Debate encouraged diversity of thought CU Denver students and community members had the opportunity to engage in diversity of thought at the Socialism vs Capitalism debate, hosted by the Steamboat Institute’s Campus Liberty Tour. Notably, CU Regents changed the campus free speech policy last year
Children are the future? Like many Americans, I first learned of the work of Swedish activist Greta Thunberg within the last few weeks. I mostly glazed over headlines until something caught my eye: Greta Thunberg is 16 years old. Though many are probably aware of
Horrell reflects on time at CU Denver On Sept. 12, Chancellor Dorothy Horrell announced her retirement in an email to the CU Denver community. She explained that her final day as CU Denver’s Chancellor will be June 30, 2020. This won’t be Chancellor Horrell’s first
Sherrod lends a hand in student life The first impression one has when meeting Natasha Sherrod is that she is a quiet individual with a unique sense of style. But after receiving a firm handshake and listening to her introduce herself, it becomes crystal clear
September deemed Suicide Awareness Month September has been deemed the month of Suicide Prevention Awareness, a time in which many organizations, such as NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness), reach out to individuals who have been affected by suicide and to those with suicidal thoughts.
What to expect from new organizations As the Auraria campus continues to grow in profile and expand, new opportunities await students hoping to branch out and connect. “Sorority & Fraternity Life” is a new program that will be rolling out in the upcoming spring semester,
Politicians aren’t heroes Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had already been facing a series of public relations disasters over the last year when photos were released of Trudeau wearing brownface at an “Arabian Nights” themed party in 2001. Most notably, in April the Canada Ethics
Thousands in crowd feel the Bern “I am asking you to help me wage a political revolution,” presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said at his Denver rally on Sept. 9. Sanders, having just celebrated his 78th birthday a day earlier, urged the crowd to “join the
Coloradans among those hospitalized Just one week after the first case arose, the second vape-related illness in Colorado was confirmed on Aug. 29, joining 193 cases across the country. Symptoms of the mystery illness include shortness of breath, chest pain, and fatigue. With one of
Proposition CC divisive among CU leadership The “Allow State to Retain Excess Revenue for Transportation and Education Measure,” known as Proposition CC, could see an increased amount of state funding for higher education by allowing the state to retain revenue above the state spending cap.