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CU Regents amend campus free speech policy

Vote addresses recent wave of nationwide campus protests On Sept. 14, the University of Colorado Regents unanimously voted to amend laws and policies related to academic freedom and free expression on University of Colorado campuses. These changes are intended to allow students to respectfully debate

CU Denver student redefines feminism in her magazine

Laci Williams isn’t afraid to let her voice be heard Laci Williams, a 20-year-old political science student, certainly isn’t bashful when it comes to expressing her beliefs; she’s a Donald Trump voter, pro-life supporter, gun rights activist, conservative feminist, and proud of it. Williams expresses

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),

CU Denver takes China

An experience that transcends all boundaries Almost every university talks about the importance of studying abroad. It offers students a one-of-a-kind experience where they get to broaden their horizons within their educational careers. While CU Denver offers a plethora of study abroad programs, the trip

Non-traditional Greek life update

Greek Life at CU denver is just around the corner Greek Life on campus has had a small presence at Metro State, but soon it’ll be at CU Denver as well. Some students may still be apprehensive about Greek life, but Amanda French, the graduate

Spring Breakers beware of potential risks during travel

Tainted booze still flows at tropical resorts More than half of college students plan to hit the road this spring break with destinations such as Las Vegas, Nevada; Cancun, Mexico; and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, according to the Chicago Tribune. With CU Denver’s spring break

More than undocumented: workers, creators, DREAMers

The impact of Trump’s decision on students The new era of American immigration policy headed by the Trump administration has set the lives of many in flux, considering that the historical demographic makeup of the United States consists of immigrants from many different foreign countries.

What does 2018 have in store for Colorado?

NEWER RESTAURANTS, LOWER RENT, HIGHER MINIMUM WAGES 2017 was a eventful year for Colorado. But the momentum seems to only be gaining, rocketing into 2018 with a massive amount of upcoming projects and shake-ups that may leave the mountainous terrain of the Rockies looking significantly

Students protest the decision to remove DACA

On Sept. 5, thousands of middle schoolers, high schoolers, and college students walked out from their classrooms to protest the Trump administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival DACA program. At least eight separate marches from across Denver County convened on the