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Vaccine Distribution Faces Multiple Obstacles

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

City Heights CU Denver Set to Open this Fall

New campus building to house students and campus offices. Over the last few months, while most students attended class from the cabin-fever comforts of home, yet another new building sprouted on Auraria Campus. Situated in between the Tivoli Student Union and the CU Student Commons

Vaccine Eligibility Increases in Colorado

General public can now get vaccinated As the COVID vaccine is being distributed across the country, more people in the higher risk groups are able to get their vaccines, and people in the lower risk group will soon get their first dose or their only

“Stop AAPI Hate” Combats Discrimination

Hate crimes against AAPI community on the rise. When the spread of COVID-19 was starting back in March 2020, hate crimes rose against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). According to Time, the NYPD has reported a 1,900% increase of hate crimes against Asian Americans.

Texas Slammed with Major Winter Storm

Electricity, water become scarce resources In late February, a winter storm hit Texas and has been affecting residents and communities with the lack of basic resources to help them cope with the cold.   For days, no water and electricity were available to the residents

Breach Deemed Largest Cyber-Attack in CU History

Cyber-attack affects CU system  The University of Colorado has begun an investigation into a breach of data that occurred against both employees and students. The university’s information security teams are currently trying to determine the scope of the cyber-attack, but it appears to be one

CU Denver SGA Illustrates Alumni Success

All About the New Initiative “Success Looks Like Me” Success can often be hard to find modeled while in the midst of schooling. College students spend years hard at work at their studies, but while in the weeds of learning, sometimes can lose sight of

Biden Begins Presidential Term with Plenty of Executive Orders

Pandemic relief, climate change at the forefront “Today we celebrate the triumph not of a candidate, but of a cause.” President Biden’s inauguration speech proclaimed democracy prevailed over rising conspiracy theories, baseless claims to a rigged election, and insurrection on the Capitol—now seeking a time

Trump’s Final Days in Office Led to Nationwide Chaos

Senate race and final presidential results culminated in mayhem On Jan. 6, the Capitol Building was breached for the first time since 1812. Photos spreading as chaotically as the morning itself revealed armed standoffs in the House chamber, vandalized offices, and confederate flags being held