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Five major transits happening May 2021

Cosmic Cannibal  cliptak@uccs.edu       Okay, classes are pretty much finished and you only have to make it through finals week. Plus, Mercury has entered Gemini and Venus was soon to follow (on May 8), which means you can finally exhale because

New music from April, good summer jams after the semester winds down

Caitlyn Dieckmann  cdieckma@uccs.edu       In classic fashion, the busiest months of a student’s college career fall within April and May. So, of course, these are the obvious months to try and distract ourselves from the world of assignments

Plans for new UCCS Engineering Building may conflict with promises to Tree of Peace

Caitlyn Dieckmann  cdieckma@uccs.edu   UCCS’ promise to protect the space occupied by the Tree of Peace on campus has come under jeopardy as the administration deliberates where to place the new Engineering Building Annex.        While decisions have not

Voices of UCCS: Summer 2021 plans

Allison Speir  aspeir@uccs.edu        Summer 2020 looked different than any past summer. With little control over the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, countless students’ summer plans were cancelled or changed. Even simple things that we took

Sports Controversy Series: Stanford’s cut sports programs spark protests, fundraising and questions

Caitlyn Dieckmann  cdieckma@uccs.edu       In July 2020, Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne, Provost Persis Drell and Director of Athletics Bernard Muir penned a letter to the Stanford community and the rest of the nation’s

Your 2021 Venus in Gemini Horoscope

Cosmic Cannibal  cliptak@uccs.edu       Love is in the air — literally. Love planet Venus enters air sign Gemini on May 8, where it will gleefully glide until June 2. Unlike last year’s

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Editorial

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

Cambrea Schrank  Chall2@uccs.edu  *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

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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