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CU team awarded $4.5 million to build drones

CU Denver partners with CU boulder in new challenge CU Denver and CU Boulder researchers have collaborated with Scientific Systems Company, Inc. (SSCI), a Boston-based tech company, to design drones that would help expand exploration of subterranean environments, including caves, human-made tunnels, and mines. To

Telltale signs of suicide

How to Help others in a time of need According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide is one of the top 10 causes of death throughout the United States. For youth between the ages of 10 and 24, suicide is the third

Denver Hip Hop is all about the Luv

Student-based hip hop group tells their story LUV, an emerging rap group originating in Colorado, consists of Gee·Cue (Gavin Romero), Oneder Bee (Brandyn Romero), Kee LUV (Keith Michael Wood Jr.), and BIG (Angelo Salas). For LUV, the group began right on the back porch of

Should CU Denver cap student work hours? 

Student success comes first Opinion by LeShaye Williams CU Denver currently caps the hours students can work in on-campus positions and should continue to do so. The University’s top priority is the academic success of its students, and that can’t happen if there is an

Denver Startup Week engages modern business strategies

A versatile event for Denverites and students From Sept. 24–­28, Denver produced its sixth annual Startup Week, providing the business know-how and entrepreneurial spirit in the hopes of adding on to Denver’s budding economy.  Hosted by Chase for Business, the late September event supplied the

CU Denver students selected for research fellowship

Research at Columbia and Harvard Two CU Denver students, Nicolette Moya, a senior double majoring in psychology and biology, and Matthew Mitchell, a third-year pre-med student studying molecular biology and biological pathway interrogation with the aspiration of going into the medical field, have been awarded

Greek Life’s push to campus

A Positive Change The non-traditional Greek Life coming to CU Denver will create a huge impact on student life. With the development of a new model of fraternities and sororities, there’s an opportunity to not only be the choice model of 2023, but to  foster

Colorado ranked eighth for opening new businesses

Economy Brings Students Hope Colorado is ranked the eighth best state for opening a new business, according to a study conducted by Fit Small Business. The categories that were used to judge each state were the cost of starting a business (15 percent), taxes (20