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Grants awarded to 12 faculty members to further UCCS research

Brandon Flanery       Every year, UCCS awards seed grants that come from indirect cost recovery funds to junior tenured-track faculty.        According to the Office of Research’s webpage, “The objectives of this

UCCS faculty discuss anti-Asian hate at Teach-In event

Brianna Beassie       UCCS educators and faculty came together virtually to discuss a variety of concerns for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, with regard to racial tensions and the rise of anti-Asian hate

Tips for soft, healthy skin this spring

Brianna Beassie       As the weather warms up and the blossoms begin to open, spring offers a time for growth and renewal. However, the spring weather also means dry skin, oily scalps, and a billion other skin care

OPINION: How writers save lives

Devon Martinez        Writers attempt to find truth in a complicated world, truth that digs deep and ponders the questions deep in our humanity. Both fiction and nonfiction writers attempt

Opinion: Focus on your mental health over finals

Luci Schwarz       In the midst of finals week, I know many of us are feeling anxious and stressed. For many students, finals can make or break their grades, which often can

5 hikes near Colorado Springs to go on this summer

Jade Ellis      It is high time to break out the Patagonia and walking stick. With the number of people getting vaccinated rising and school being done this coming week, many are gearing up to get outside safely this summer.  

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Spring break and virtual commencement spark frustrations among majority of students, Chancellor and provost defend decisions

Cambrea Schrank  *Interviews conducted by Cambrea Schrank and Joy Webb. Interview questions prepared by Editorial Board       UCCS’ decision to have a split spring break and hybrid commencement ceremony this semester have fired up student frustrations,

Letter to the Editor

Guest Column: Colorado Gun Laws

Nicholas St. John       A mass shooter walked into King Soopers in Boulder and started killing indiscriminately on March 22, 2021. We, as Student Government Senators, want to do our part to help provide information to our fellow students.       In Colorado, you can be 18 years old to purchase a long gun such as a hunting rifle, however, you must be

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