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Puffiest clouds on campus

BEST PLACES TO VAPE AT CU DENVER Vaping has swept the nation, with millions of people owning their own vapor mods. It is a beautiful pastime; the vape nation culture is alive and well, and CU Denver is no exception to this culture. Many students

Worst parking lot on campus

CHEAPER DOESN’T MEAN BETTER “You get what you pay for” is an especially applicable statement when it comes to the LAZ parking lot located near the Campus Village student housing complex. Costing $3 to park for the day, the LAZ parking lot serves to be the

Most striking cover of the semester

THE PRO-LGBTQA COVER CAPTURES COMMUNITY’S ESSENCE There is a wide expanse of emotion that art can elicit from an audience, but there isn’t any cover as emotionally engaging as the Queer Lives Matter cover from this past November. The color palette that was chosen for this piece drew

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

The happiest animal on campus

DASH: AURARIA’S ONLY CERTIFIED POLICE DOG Two-year-old Dash is one of the only police dogs on a college campus in Colorado; he has been keeping Auraria safe since his introduction to campus, wearing a smile the whole time. Dash was rescued by the Golden Retriever

Most effective hashtag

#METOO SPARKS AN ONGOING MOVEMENT This year has been quite the tumultuous year; with Donald Trump as president, several domestic and oversea terrorist attacks occurring, and natural disasters that have devastated so many lives, it seems like nothing good came out of this year. 2017

Should all majors require science classes?

NOT EVERYONE NEEDS THEM | By Kendra Hardin The promise of the opportunity to focus on one’s passions in college is only a half-truth for non-science majors. While useful for aspiring scientists, required science classes are excessive and distracting for all other majors. At the cost

Parking should be free on weekends

HARDWORKING STUDENTS AND STAFF DESERVE IT It’s ironic that the students and faculty who go above and beyond to contribute to their university on the weekends still have to pay above and beyond what should be necessary for parking. Instead, these hard-working students and faculty