The two parties, with seven candidates in total, will race for five available seats. Voting is Oct. 29 through Nov. 1. By Lucy Haggard
Tag: CU Students
“Climate Change in our Backyard,” hosted by Fiske, informed CU students about climate change and its effects. By Lizzie Weiler
Lack of student voting has allowed the CUSG to become a disconnected force not worthy of the power that they hold. By Hannah Metzger
CU students formed a campus chapter of Students Demand Action to work towards reducing gun violence. By Kim Habicht
DACA provides opportunities for millions. The CUI interviewed one person and the opportunities they received from DACA. By Kristin Oh
For the first time, CUI set up a mobile photo booth to document this year’s fall fashion trends. Photos by Bailey Miclette
The “Don’t Ignore It” website is a late response to a series of mishandled violations of school policy. By Hayla Wong
Rob Hylton and Gabriel Kelly went to The Hill for commentary on the current race for the presidency on Nov. 8, Election Day.
Girl on Girl columnist Dani Pinkus takes to the street to see if people are voting with their pussies or their penises.
An interview with two CU students who were invited to the Red Bull Illume Workshop in Chicago, Illinois. By Gavin Daugherty