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Daily Archives: February 21, 2018

“Adpocolypse” hits YouTube

New policies negatively affect creators In late 2017, YouTube and Google had a small crisis when advertisers realized their ads were showing up on ISIS propaganda YouTube videos. Affluent advertisers left in droves. YouTube and Google followed up with guideline changes. These changes were implemented

Is vlogging an artform?

Vlogging is anti-art Opinion by Amanda Blackman The practice of someone pointing a camera at themselves and vlogging may appear to be fun, but vlogging can have harmful effects for both viewers and vloggers. While my opponent will argue that vlogging is an artistic expression

Pencil Shavings

Life has changed since I started having to write a column every week. While the things I do day-to-day aren’t really any different, the way I see them is. If you had asked me a year ago if I thought my life was interesting enough

SGA Update

Greetings CU Denver! As always, we have a lot going on over at SGA. Your student representatives are working on numerous projects. The Legislation and Outreach committee is working with the University Key discount program to reach out to businesses to offer discounts to CU

Raul’s Report: Don’t come to school!

Keep your sickness at home and get well I thought that headline might grab your attention. The request here is that you don’t come to school if you’re sick. Stay home. Get well. Keep your germs to yourself and don’t infect others. Experts are calling this

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

Last week, a 19-year-old terrorist shot rampantly through the halls and classrooms of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. He killed 17 people, including students and staff members. He killed daughters and sons with an AR-15 that was purchased legally. He reminded us that we are

Podcast solves Georgia’s biggest case file

Up and Vanished explores strange disappearance Tara Grinstead, a 30-year-old high school history teacher and former beauty pageant queen, disappeared unexpectedly on Oct. 23, 2005. Grinstead left behind a nearly flawless crime scene in her home in Ocilla, Georgia—a town with a population just shy of 3,200

Stranger Than Fiction

Valentine’s Day fell on Ash Wednesday this year. These days probably mean little to those who didn’t share my upbringing. Growing up Catholic, these two days hold a particular importance on my calendar. Ash Wednesday represents the first day of Lent, a holiday where Catholics

Black History Month is more than a nation’s history

Recognizing excellence at CU  Denver Black History Month gives people time to reflect on a nation’s past and remember the influential African-American figures who have shaped the world into what it is today. While there have been many achievements within the African-American community, such as