The holidays are rapidly approaching, along with the anticipation and stress of family events. As I get older, I find it increasingly hard to make it through the family functions.
On Thursday, Oct. 26, sociology professors Jeffrey Montez De Oca and Christy Lofting hosted a screening of the “Barbie” movie, followed by a panel discussion critiquing the film as a
In spirit of Halloween and for the sake of originality, this year’s Scribe Halloween playlist dives into the twisted minds of our favorite on-screen slasher villains in the form of
On Wednesday, Oct. 18, the College of Education hosted a period product packing party in the Student Life Lounge where bags were being filled with multiple products.
Philip Deloria, Ph.D., was invited to the Heller Center on October 19 as the first Indigenous fellow at UCCS to host a talk about Indigenous storytelling with the same name
4 out of 5 stars It has been 40 years since the original “Exorcist” movie was released in 1973, paving the way for contemporary supernatural horror movies. Various renditions of
This playlist explores the multifaceted use of coffee in songs. From expressions of love and light to feelings of melancholy, coffee has often symbolized iconic feelings of the human experience.
The UCCS men’s soccer team played against Roger’s State last weekend on September 16th. This game marked UCCS’s first loss of the year in a close game with the final
Colorado Springs hosts a Labor Day Lift Off Balloon Festival every year over Labor Day weekend. The weekend consists of different events that’s fun for the whole family. Throughout the
We are now entering week three of the fall semester and as always, getting back into the flow of classes hasn’t been an easy feat for many of us. This