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Professor Andrew Scahill speaks on queerness and horror

31 nights of horror feature CU Denver professor As an adaptive way to celebrate the spookiest corners of this season, Nebraska Wesleyan University is hosting an e-event, “Nights of Horror,” showcasing experts on the horror genre, like CU Denver’s own Professor Andrew Scahill, Ph.D., for

Nontraditionally turning tassels doesn’t have to be a hassle

Alternative ways to celebrate graduation Graduation should be a time for celebration, a moment that people look forward to for years. With the current circumstances, graduates this semester will no longer have that traditional experience. Students therefore can get creative with how to celebrate in their own way, but CU Denver also took measures to plan several alternatives. 

West of Oz and Middlewest take Cu Denver to Emerald City

On Oct. 9, CU Denver Professor Andrew Scahill, who teaches literature with an emphasis in film, held an event for two comic book creators, where students were able to ask questions and listen about their creative processes. The creators who were invited included Sean Benner,

Launch party celebrated debut of Culture Klatsch

The CU Denver English Department debuted the podcast Culture Klatsch earlier this semester, which discusses contemporary culture. To introduce the podcast to the wider student body, the English Department hosted a launch party roundtable discussion on the first episode on Sept. 26 in the Zenith

Ayse Papatya Bucak comes to CU Denver

On the evening of Sept. 16, CU Denver hosted author, professor, and contributing editor to the University’s very own Copper Nickel, Ayse Papatya Bucak, to read from her newly released book The Trojan War Museum and Other Stories.   The Trojan War Museum and Other

Body Language: a body positivity event

With Suicide Awareness Week having passed less than a month ago, mental health is especially on everyone’s minds. Following this trend, the CU Denver Student Government Association (SGA) recently hosted Body Language, a body positivity event seeking to educate students on eating disorders and offer

Amanda Blackman’s declassified school survival guide

Now that the semester has passed Labor Day, the real semester begins. Get ready for quizzes, exams, and assignment after assignment. Now is the key time to organize one’s time and set the foundation of healthy study habits to rock classes. Realign the view of

And so the adventure begins…

The Wellness Center Gets Students Immersed in the Outdoors One of the many facets of the Wellness Center at CU Denver is to provide students with outdoor excursions through Adventure Trips. After wrapping up the summer sessions, the members in the Adventure branch have already

Indian Student Alliance celebrates Holi Festival on campus

The Festival of Colors comes to Auraria On April 19, the Indian Student Association at CU Denver marked the beginning of spring with the Holi celebration, an event as colorful in its traditional history as it is literally. All across the Tivoli quad, explosive bursts