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Brandon Dazzo assists student orgs

DAZZO BRINGS EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE CU Denver boasts a non-traditional aura that can, in some situations, serve as a double edged sword for students. While some students grow in this environment, others find it easy to feel alone. However, through the student involvement provided by student

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

Stranger Than Fiction | Matt Kriese

As an American, there are certain values that I wish to uphold to the greatest extents and depths I can possibly achieve. I believe in a future built by the determination of young people who have seen the injustices of the past and wish to

Welcome Week wows students with endless fun

FIRST WEEK BACK FULL OF EVENTS FOR STUDENTS TO ENJOY Welcome Week excelled at promoting the interests of students by giving them opportunities to feel connected to campus. The first week back from summer vacation has an unprecedented ability to make students feel a crippling

Dr. Minsun Ji shares views on activism

Dr. Minsun Ji has a storied career, one that is filled with social justice and politics. Anyone would be hard pressed to find any reason not be impressed by her expansive resume and passion for her work. The CU Denver Political Science professor and Director

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

Denver Housing Market is More Affordable

MORE HOMES MEANS LOWER COST For many Colorado natives, the housing market boom in Denver has been more of a nuisance than a benefit. Millennials cannot find affordable places to live, whether it be a first-time buyer home or an apartment; the houses are astronomically

Stranger than Fiction | Matt Kriese

There are few natural phenomena that truly capture the might of cosmos to the extent that a solar eclipse does. This ultra-rare experience was something that I thought a great many people would be highly interested in; if not for the scientific splendor of the