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La Baguette captivates with incredible food and affordable prices

Luci Schwarz  lschwar2@uccs.edu  5 out of 5 stars   La Baguette French Bistro near the UCCS campus is a small slice of Paris, France. However, do not get it confused with La Baguette on West Colorado Avenue

Women’s Club Soccer holds elections for new club officers

Brianna Beassie   bbeassie@uccs.edu       For the Club Sports program at UCCS, April is a time of transitions for all members and athletes, including those on the UCCS Women’s Club Soccer team.       During the spring months, most club sports hold elections to vote on new club officers for the

Three smutty fantasy book series you must read

Caitlyn Dieckmann  cdieckma@uccs.edu       Reading is a great pastime for anyone searching for a getaway. Investing a couple of hours every day into a good book can quickly turn into an

Photospread: Earth Day 2021

April 22 is Earth Day. According to Reuters, plastic waste and medical waste have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, air pollution has decreased in some areas due to fewer

Earth Day comic

Nicholaas Hallisey Nhallise@uccs.edu 

Theatreworks returns: ‘An Illiad’ to open May 7 at the Ent Center

Brianna Beassie  bbeassie@uccs.edu   After being shut down unexpectedly last March, Max Shulman’s production of “An Iliad” is returning to Theatreworks on May 7 for the viewing pleasure of UCCS students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community.        “An Iliad” was originally

Editorial

Guest Editorial: In the Boulder community, a long moment of grief

Israel Wheatley, former Scribe editor and UCCS alumni I moved to Boulder in July 2020. Taking food with me wasn’t a priority–I chose my apartment in particular because of how close it was to King Soopers. To give you an idea, it takes me 30 seconds to walk to the

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: academic antisemitism: in the name of Palestine, let’s fail some Jews

Seth Mendel smendel@uccs.edu *Editor’s note: this article is an opinion written by UCCS student Seth Mendel. It does not represent the views of The Scribe or UCCS. Surprise, surprise: another case of academic discrimination against Jewish students. This time, the culprit is a Chemistry teaching assistant at Johns Hopkins University

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