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Chancellor Horrell’s final State of the Campus address

Though enrollment dips, CU Denver’s future shines bright To Chancellor Horrell, CU Denver is in the right place at the right time to move from success to significance. Though the number of students enrolled and the budget are down, Chancellor Horrell chronicled CU Denver’s upward trajectory of

New LynxConnect combines four offices in one location

Newly opened offices can be found in Tivoli courtyard Previously, students had to seek out CU Denver offices scattered throughout campus to find resources, but now, with the new opening of LynxConnect, four of those offices are in one convenient, relaxing location.   The four

Peer Advocate Leaders celebrate 10th anniversary

PAL is here to help you For most people, transitioning from high school to college can be a whirlwind of stress, excitement, homesickness, and school pride, but for those nervous freshmen entering CU Denver, the friendly neighborhood PAL program is here to help.  The program

Denver welcomes activist Greta Thunberg

Local groups collaborate with young activists A feverous cheer went up as Greta Thunberg stepped onto the stage of the Greek Amphitheatre of Civic Center Park on Oct. 11. The 16-year-old climate activist capped off an energetic protest from a diverse group of children, adults, indigenous

Denver mayor proposes minimum wage increase

City Council to review proposal in November Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Councilwoman Robin Kniech have recently unveiled a plan to increase Denver’s minimum wage to $13.80 per hour by 2020 and $15.87 per hour by 2021. This would make Denver the first city in

CU Denver professor running for Mayor of Aurora

Professor Omar Montgomery’s plans for Aurora by Gabby Bye Omar Montgomery, a Professor at CU Denver, will face off against candidates Mike Coffman, Ryan Frazier, Marsha Berzins, Renie Peterson, and write-in candidate Tiffany Grays during this year’s Aurora mayoral election on Nov. 5. Montgomery works

Pete Souza on Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents

Souza coming to Parker to discuss rerelease of Shade on Nov. 6 It was no surprise that Pete Souza, President Obama’s chief photographer, created a photo book that chronicles his time within the White House.  What was surprising was his second smaller book, titled, Shade:

Beto O’Rourke attends town hall on gun violence in Aurora

Conversation was at times contentious Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke was the latest to visit the Aurora Municipal Center, stopping by on Sept. 19 for a town-hall style rally focusing on the ever-present topic of gun control. After an emotional introduction from Colorado State Rep. Tom