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Student life fee from the SFRC

A breakdown of CU students’ tuition fees For the 2018-2019 academic year, the Student Fee Review Committee (SFRC) has approved and will be executing a new Student Life Fee that will change the way fees show up on students’ tuition bill in the student portal.

Student Wellness Center now open

Ready to Get In Shape, CU? On Aug. 1, CU Denver opened the doors to the Lola and Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center. Now, students can get and stay in shape with other CU Denver students right on campus. After a vote from students to


A summer full of sports has taught me a few things: soccer is still king, the NBA off-season is infinitely more exciting than the actual season, and—much to the chagrin of American politicians and team owners—politics will never be exorcised from sports.  The 2018 World Cup

#NotALazyStoner is well-intentioned, but not sustainable

The stoner clean-up initiative is in limbo The#StonerCleanupInitiative started in February 2017 with a cleanup of 10 blocks of the dirtiest part of Southern Philadelphia. It was dubbed the “Broad Street Brush Up,” and a total of 13 weed enthusiasts participated, filling up 13 industrial-sized

CU President Benson to retire

After a 10-year reign, benson is stepping down Over the past 10 years, Bruce D. Benson has served as the figurehead for the CU system; next summer his reign will come to an end. President Benson will be retiring after having become CU’s longest-serving leader

Ho99o9 defies societal standards and courtesies

And are loved for it TheOGM (also known as Blue Face), holding a microphone and wearing a motorcycle helmet with his long dreadlocks peeking through, stood in the dark corner of The Marquis Theatre. His cohort partner in crime, Eaddy (also known as Yeti Bones),

Breaking myths of autism awareness month

On the Spectrum April is Autism Awareness Month, making it a perfect time to read up on studies and broaden one’s understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With that in mind, there’s a wide body of misinformation concerning exactly what the disorder is, how it

Frida Silva dreams of a more inclusive campus

Vice President with Big Plans Frida Silva will be next year’s student government association’s Vice President. She got her first taste of political leadership in her senior year of high school when a friend convinced her to join student government. After she decided to attending


I am at a point in my life right now that I literally can’t think of any words to describe how I’m feeling. I’ve never thought about my own situation in life so much and been so unable to put words to what it I’m going

CVA will be closing for the summer

Students must seek new places to live Most students on campus have had the immense pleasure of living at Campus Village Apartments (CVA) for at least a year, especially if they are from out of state or live too far away to commute. Some of