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Latest COVID-19 data at UCCS and in Colorado

Annika Schmidt  COVID-19 at UCCS       The UCCS COVID-19-Ready dashboard has been upgraded to include more information on campus case numbers and isolation room occupancy — and overall, upward trends are apparent.       A

Parking and Transportation revenue down, budget reduced

Allison Speir  Having fewer Mountain Lions on campus has had serious impacts on the Parking and Transportation department. With fewer students enrolled and attending on campus classes this semester, the department’s budget has been reduced significantly.  

The truth about Thanksgiving

Cambrea Schrank  Ah, the American legend of Thanksgiving! The customary day of giving thanks, overindulging and watching football. We can always expect it to fall on the fourth Thursday of November. We look forward to turkey dinners with

Photospread: the color orange

According to color theory, the color orange represents energy, happiness, and good health. The Scribe’s photographers set out to capture this beautiful color. These are their photographs: Photos by Lauren


The notorious RBG: her legacy, and what we do next

Scribe Editors   Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) passed away on Sept. 18, 2020. She began her legal career in the early 1960s and fought for equal rights for all right up until the final years of her life.        Unfortunately, her death has become politicized instead of a time of mourning. Some conservatives have outright denied the positive influence

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Expansion of the MOSAIC Office

March 3, 2020 My name is Alice Wagner. I am a Human Services (SAHE) major on campus. I also happen to be non-binary. The reason I am writing is to bring attention to a project that has not received the attention it deserves from the folks that matter: the expansion

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