UGGS claims it lacks representation and involvement as CUSG navigates recent propositions from the graduate faction. By Tory Lysik
Tag: Student Fees
CU’s regents put forward changes for health and transportation student fees while discussing changes to graduate programs. By Tory Lysik
Protestors walked out of classes and labs on Tuesday morning to speak out against $2,000 in graduate student fees. By Delaney Deskin and Dustin Martinez
Of the $6,100 that Turning Point USA received in funding for the event, $2,500 went towards Coulter’s speaking fee. By Jackson Barnett
CU touts its mental health facilities and programs, but many of its students are still struggling. By Alex Segall
The UMC, the Environmental Center and the Rec Center, CU’s biggest cost centers, were given their budgets for the next fiscal year. By Gabriel Larsen-Santos
“Buff Up the Rec” will start wrapping up next semester
By Donald Trataglione and Rose Heaphy
This semester’s fall election set a new record for student participation and the winning ticket, The Pulse, plans to revamp the student government.
A committee of students is seeking to bring change to the CU Rec Center with the proposal of a complete renovation and the addition of new facilities.