how to handle a new living space Everyone thinks packing for college is easy. Toothbrush? Check. Sheets? Check. Chargers? Check. But living without parents for the first time requires thinking about all the tiny things that are so often taken for granted. Thus, here’s a
A story of a campus built, and a community lost An eclectic mix of contemporary, concrete facades and old brick buildings such as the Tivoli or St. Cajetan’s church are hallmarks of the Auraria campus students know today. With the Denver skyline as its backdrop,
How it can save an academic career Going to college is a life-changing experience, bringing with it tremendous stress and anxiety. Music can help to remember feelings of home and hold on to those cherished memories; yet it also helps with forging new feelings and
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Despite hurdles, campus set to open in the fall Nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization, three vital vaccines emerged, offering a chance for the world to get back to normal. These vaccines, produced by Pfizer, Moderna, and
Trail etiquette and useful information Colorado has some of the most impressive areas in the country for enjoying the outdoors, but with the arrival of summer also comes the need to remind people how to venture into the wild responsibly. Phone apps like AllTrails can
Singer slowly gains control of masters A few weeks ago, the astute music lover and average fan alike might’ve noticed that Taylor Swift was trending on iTunes and Spotify. “But didn’t ‘You Belong With Me’ come out like 15 years ago?” they might’ve asked themselves.