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The Golden Age It’s only fitting that on the week Earl Thomas—the Seahawks all-pro safety who anchored one of the best defenses of the recent past—fractured his leg, 12 teams allowed at least 30 points and three teams allowed over 40. Thomas’ reinjury of the

Lynx Day of Service has CU Denver give back

Volunteering engages students in local community Lynx Day of Service, is an annual day of volunteering in the surrounding Denver community that connects CU Denver students to the community and emphasizes the importance of local engagement. This semester’s day of service, which was on Sept.

ESIL gives an exciting new educational opportunity

Program mixes environmental protection with cultural diversity CU Denver’s science department just announced a new certificate program called the Environmental Stewardship of Indigenous Lands (ESIL), the first of its kind. The certificate program offers training, internships, and job placement for students passionate about environmental protection

Professor Walsh discusses immigration and theater

James Walsh merges political science and the arts Professor James Walsh, who has been teaching at CU Denver for 21 years and currently in the political science department, is perhaps best known among his students for incorporating elements of theater into his courses.  Theater and

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The Drought is Dead Leave it to the Cleveland Browns to send the entire NFL world into chaos. The Browns kicked off week three by ending their 635-day winning drought with a win over the New York Jets on Thursday Night Football. Of course, the

CU Denver alum has a poppin’ career

Ernesto Rodriguez markets for local popcorn company Six months after graduating from CU Denver with a business marketing degree, Ernesto Rodriguez found himself in the aisles of a grocery store looking for a snack. It was then where he stumbled upon a brand called Oogie’s—a

Shooting near Anschutz leaves two dead, two injured

Auraria PD encourages CU Denver students to be prepared On Friday, Aug. 31, two men were shot and killed, another two were injured, and an Aurora police officer was shot in their bulletproof vest, but survived, in a shooting near University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical

Amendment A could remove slavery from Colorado

Abolish Slavery Colorado aims to make history Abolish Slavery Colorado is an organization dedicated to the passage of Amendment A, which  would remove Article II, Section 26 from the Colorado State Constitution. This article allows slavery, or involuntary servitude, in Colorado as punishment for a

Global Buddies Connects Diverse Students

Around the world in a single year Global Buddies is a CU Denver program that gives both domestic and international students an interactive experience to meet people from diverse cultures by assigning them to groups to mingle within their free time throughout the year. As