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Sporting Good Industry Teams Up to Fight COVID-19

The sporting industry collaborates to make life saving equipment. With the Coronavirus raging on into April 2020, the information being passed around seems to change day to day. One thing that has remained constant since the virus began to spread is the need for basic

History of Zoom

How a romance sparked a multi-billion dollar company.  One of the most used applications right now is Zoom. It has been used to take the place of the classroom and transform the traditional classroom into a virtual one. With the upending of traditional teaching, it has

CU will not refund tuition dollars

Why there should be a different solution to aid students On Wednesday, April 14, CU Denver Campus Communication’s COVID-19 Update discussed the University’s decision to only refund housing and parking, saying there will be no refund of tuition, specifically stating: “We expect that you will complete the spring

Not everyone should have essential worker status

It defeats the purpose of a stay-at-home order Now that the epicenter of the Coronavirus is the United States, day-to-day life has changed drastically for the average American. That being said, Colorado has attempted multiple measures to flatten the curve of infection; the most drastic

Good things that have happened in 2020

Staying positive in times of global crisis   From the death of basketball star Kobe Bryant to devastating wildfires in Australia to the developing COVID-19 virus, 2020 has been a very long, and sometimes terrifying, rollercoaster. While bad news seems to pile up, 2020 has also

Trump signs $2.2 Trillion economic relief bill

CARES Act becomes law Friday, March 27, President Trump tweeted, “I just signed the CARES Act, the single biggest economic relief package in American History – twice as large as any relief bill ever enacted. At $2.2 Trillion Dollars, this bill will deliver urgently-needed relief

From the Editor

When the Tide Pulls My fear of the ocean solidified when I felt the tug and pull of the tides drawing me further into the open water. I folded and crashed amongst the waves that yanked me and, in that moment, I was no longer

Is choosing a Pass/Not Pass grading system worth it?

Yes, there are enough stressors at the moment  Opinion by Isaiah Mancha Due to a series of unfortunate events, schools of all academics have transitioned from in-person lectures to online. As COVID-19 continues to spread, this is the safest way to keep all faculty members and students safe

A dog’s diary during quarantine

What canines actually thinks of stay-at-home Dear Diary,  Mom is home again, but I can’t complain. I have gone on extra walks every day for the last two weeks. I can smell in the grass that other dogs are also going on more walks— which is awesome. At home the