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International students pay more for same degree

MANY OF THE COSTS ARE UNAVOIDABLE CU Denver strives on its diversity and inclusion on campus. In fall 2016, there were more than 43 percent of undergraduate students of color and 57 percent of new first-year students of color. With the Office of International Affairs,

Resources for applying to graduate school

APPLICATION CAN BE MADE EASY Around this time every year, undergraduate students and alumni, including CU Denver students, are applying to a variety of different universities for their graduate programs and personal areas of interest. As an undergrad, it’s more difficult to apply to graduate

$4.99 Spotify and Hulu bundle for college students

STREAMING SERVICES JOIN FORCES The growth of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Spotify are easily outpacing traditional TV and radio services. On Sept. 9, Spotify and Hulu announced a partnership that offers US college students premium subscriptions to both services for $4.99 a month

Anschutz begins clinical marijuana trial research

RESEARCHERS STUDY MARIJUANA’S EFFECT ON PAIN Marijuana and oxycodone will be used to conduct a clinical trial to study their effects on easing spine pain. Researchers at CU Anschutz School of Medicine officially began the early stages of this study in July. Some of their

Non-traditional Greek Life at CU Denver

CU DENVER TO SEE CHAPTERS IN FUTURE After months of surveying students, meetings with higher administration, and collaborating with other organization, Non-Traditional Greek Life preparations are underway. Since the project passed, student organizations such as SGA and the Non-Traditional Greek Life committee have been working

Artificial intelligence and Game of Thrones

BOTS START WRITING NEW BOOK The penultimate season of the hit HBO series Game of Thrones has ended on Aug. 27. Many fans now eagerly await the premier of the eighth season, as well as the release of the next book in the Song of

Denver cyclists face greater risks for accidents

CU DENVER COMMUTERS SHARE RISKS As one of the most active and outdoorsy cities, warm weather tends to bring forth an increase of cyclists in Denver. In the warmer seasons, more people are opting to bike to destinations rather than drive. As a result of

Rallies take a violent turn across the nation

STUDENTS REACT TO TRUMP’S RESPONSE A call to remove a confederate statue depicting Robert E. Lee ignited violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia in mid-August. White supremacists gathered for a “Unite the Right” protest, which resulted in three people dead, and many more injured. While the

Barcelona is ISIS’s latest victim in terror attack

13 Killed, 120 Injured The Plaza de Cataluña, a popular pedestrian mall in Barcelona, Spain, was filled with people enjoying their day but was cut short as a speeding van plowed into them on Aug.17 around 5 p.m. There were a total of 13 people

Students gather to view solar eclipse

STUDENTS TAKE TIME TO WITNESS THE RARE PHENOMENON Hundreds of students gathered on the Tivoli quad Monday morning to witness one of nature’s most remarkable phenomenons: an eclipse of the sun. But, what is an eclipse anyway? A solar eclipse is when the moon’s orbit