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What Trump said was bad—now move on During a bipartisan meeting held on Jan. 9 to discuss immigration policy and the fate of the DACA bill, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) insisted that President Trump used vulgar language to describe Haiti and African nations. The news

Giving Tuesday Comes Back For A Fifth Year

GIVE THE GIFT OF CHARITY THIS SEASON Tis the season for giving thanks, whether it be for food on the table or surviving such a tumultuous and emotionally draining election season. Christmas lights are going up and people are flooding shopping malls trying to find

CU Personality: Tony Robinson

TEACHING BEYOND THE CLASSROOM When speaking with Tony Robinson one thing comes to mind, and that is passion. Passion and a desire for positive change are at the core of Robinson’s responsibilities and reputation within the Denver community. Robinson is the Chair of the Political

CU Personality: Asian Student Association

Currently, 43 percent of CU Denver undergraduates and 57 percent of the incoming class are students of color, making CU Denver one of the only premiere universities boasting such a high level of diversity in Colorado. A hub for student culture, diversity, and inclusion, the

POST- ELECTION PROTESTS ARISE IN DENVER

PEOPLE WANT THEIR VOICES HEARD Many Americans felt disheartened, disappointed, and unsafe in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8 for the presidential election of the United States. Much of Trump’s campaign dialogue was cited as racist and hateful. Realizing

CU Personality: Amy Hasinoff

SEXTING FROM ACADEMIC POINT OF VIEW When Amy Hasinoff was writing her doctoral dissertation in 2008, sending explicit messages was on the rise and newly labeled as “sexting.” That movement alone prompted Hasinoff to change her dissertation. She became fascinated with the panic surrounding sexting,

America Ferrera Hits Auraria Campus

LATINA ACTRESS URGES STUDENTS TO VOTE Actress and political activist America Ferrera stopped by Auraria Campus on Oct. 26th to encourage students to vote in the 2016 presidential election. Ferrera founded the organization “Voto Latino,” which educates members of the Latin@ community on voting and democracy.

“This Movement Doesn’t End on Election Day”

SANDERS, WARREN RALLY TAKES TURNHALLE A line of hundreds of animated, exuberant, and roused Coloradans meandered around the Tivoli and deep into 9th Street Park for an opportunity to rally with Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren for the Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine campaign on

Music That Trancendes Conventions

INDEPENDENT ARTISTS TAKE IT ONE STEP AT A TIME Let’s take a step back from the conventional pop-radio top-40s standard for music. We hear people talk about music this and music that, and what does our mind flash to? Is it the latest single from

CU Personality: Alex Landau

ACTIVIST WINS EMMY FOR ANIMATED SHORT ON POLICE BRUTALITY When CU Denver Communications student Alexander Landau attended the 68th Emmy Awards on Sept. 18 in Los Angeles, he encountered an array of emotions that many wouldn’t feel at a television awards ceremony. Landau’s goal, as