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Students rally to help colleagues facing Crisis

CRISIS SERVES THE UNDERPRIVILEGED The committee within the Student Government Association, Students in Crisis (SIC), is working on several large projects that will impact the Auraria Campus, including grade forgiveness and helping the population of homeless students. “We want to help students who are facing

Brandon Dazzo assists student orgs

DAZZO BRINGS EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE CU Denver boasts a non-traditional aura that can, in some situations, serve as a double edged sword for students. While some students grow in this environment, others find it easy to feel alone. However, through the student involvement provided by student

The importance of studying abroad

TRAVELLING OFFERS STUDENTS NEW PERSPECTIVES Today, the world is intricately connected on a global scale. The ways that many foreign institutions educate their students allow them to learn how to interact with people from other countries while also emboldening different language capabilities. One way institutions

CU Denver Block Party turns the volume up

WILDERNESS AND EDISON TAKE THE STAGE For its sixth annual year, the CU Denver Block Party featured a lineup of up-and-coming local bands to rally students for the new academic year. The Aug. 24 event saw headlining acts Wilderness and Edison each bring their own

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

Dr. Minsun Ji shares views on activism

Dr. Minsun Ji has a storied career, one that is filled with social justice and politics. Anyone would be hard pressed to find any reason not be impressed by her expansive resume and passion for her work. The CU Denver Political Science professor and Director

Stranger than Fiction | Matt Kriese

There are few natural phenomena that truly capture the might of cosmos to the extent that a solar eclipse does. This ultra-rare experience was something that I thought a great many people would be highly interested in; if not for the scientific splendor of the

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Should safety affect travelers: Yes or No?

EXPERIENCE THE WORLD | Ashley Bauler As the world political climate heats up, with North Korea’s continued aggression and the United States picking strongly worded responses, tensions are high. For many, they feel unsafe traveling in the world right now. ISIS lone-wolf attacks could happen

Pencil Shavings | Tessa Blair

You’re probably sick of reading stories about the eclipse of 2017, tired of seeing Instagram photos of friends in protective eyewear, and done hearing about how amazing an event it was. Well, I’m sorry, because I’m going to tell you again. As the time reached

From the Editor | Taylor Kirby

CAPTURING THE MOMENT I took over 2,000 photos when I studied abroad in South Korea. Sometimes, people in my class would leave their cameras at the hostel to “be in the moment” for whichever sites we were visiting that day. I never shared that impulse.