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Most human professor

CONFIRMED TO NOT BE A LIZARD After numerous reports from students and staff alike suggesting otherwise, English professor and Chair of the Creative Writing Department at CU Denver Teague Bohlen has been confirmed to be a very real human being whose day-to-day activities consist of

Tuition remains looming threat

POLICIES SURROUNDING TUITION UNLIKELY TO CHANGE Every school year, many students across campus will do a double take upon glancing at their tuition bills and wonder, “Why doesn’t the tuition rate stay the same?” Indeed, the tuition rate changes due to economic factors outside of

Is Canvas a useful resource for students?

IT IS  INCONSISTENT AND CONFUSING | Tyler Halas CU Denver uses Canvas to organize all online course information and assignments for classes. Instructors use the online program as a major source of information. Courses utilize Canvas to take tests, quizzes, and homework online, but it is

Raul’s Report: You’re Not Alone

CAMPUS RESOURCES AVAILABLE I ran into a student on campus the other day. They were starting to feel pressure about graduation. They were unsure of their professional future and were having a hard time figuring it all out. They didn’t know who to lean on

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,

Homeless students on campus struggle

FOOD PANTRY PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR HOMELESS Many students often complain about how hard it is being a broke college student. However, most of the students also talk about how exciting it is after a long day to climb into warm and cozy beds. For a

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

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Raul’s Report: Find your “Why”

Whether you’re a first-year student or a continuing student, you’ve probably noticed there are a couple of things you can’t get away from here at CU Denver advice and opinions. Everybody’s go ’em including me, and we’re always willing to share. THAT RAUL GUY Thanks

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