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YOU @ CU Denver provides a holistic approach to wellness

New online resource is a catalyst for connection Imagine taking three short personality quizzes to be given an in-depth review of personal wellness, then being given access to every on-campus resource and personalized digital content to meet the needs of areas that may be lacking.

Analyzing CU Denver’s voter turnout data

How to increase voter engagement American elections take place on the first Tuesday of every November, including last week on Nov. 5. Big elections, like the presidential election and the midterms are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to getting out and

Another brick in the wall

Election Update The pervasive media obsession with the 2020 presidential election may have led many to forget there were elections last Tuesday, Nov. 5. Voter turnout in odd-year elections is notoriously low. The Daily Sentinel estimated 39 percent of Colorado registered voters participated in the

Rep. Jason Crow holds veterans forum at Anschutz

Highlighting veteran stories On Nov. 10, Rep. Jason Crow organized a “Veteran to Veteran” roundtable ahead of Veterans Day at the CU Denver Anschutz campus. Before running for Congress, Crow served two tours as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan.  Crow stated he believed it was

Turning Point USA “Culture War” brings protestors to CSU

Many concerned for safety On Oct. 22, Charlie Kirk, the controversial founder of conservative campus group Turning Point USA, organized an event on the Colorado State University (CSU) campus featuring Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, a conservative commentator, and Benny Johnson, Turning Point’s Chief Creative

Chancellor’s Lecture on reintroducing red and gray wolves

Guest Mike Phillips highlights the debate in Colo. On Oct. 23, CU Denver’s chancellor Dorothy Horrell introduced the audience in Room 2600 of the Student Commons Building to the fifth installment in the Chancellor’s distinguished lecture series.  The purpose of the lecture series, as stated

Another brick in the wall

Ghost Town The first morning of the National College Media Convention, Oct. 31, was also the morning Congress voted on the impeachment inquiry: Halloween, perhaps fittingly.  I was up early that morning to meet an acquaintance for coffee in Georgetown, which was covered in Washington

Colorado fracking disputes continue

Local organization files legal complaint As the global climate change protests slow down, Colorado’s fracking debate grows increasingly tense. On Oct. 9, local anti-fracking group Colorado Rising filed a legal complaint on behalf of the Wildgrass Oil and Gas Committee against the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC)