Syllabus week surprised me with a new manmade horror beyond my comprehension. I never would have guessed that during my college career, instructors would be listing their limits for the
Dressing for back to school is always a little challenging for me. We’re not quite to fall, but my summer wardrobe doesn’t always lend itself to a more academic setting.
For most of us, college is the first time that the question “What do you want to do with your life?” starts to mean something serious. There are far fewer
Like most kids, geology department instructor Dr. Marie Hoerner had a dinosaur phase. She just took it a little farther than most kids do. According to Hoerner, basic geology is
Actor John Douglas Thompson, who the New York Times called “one of the most compelling classical stage actors of his generation,” is visiting the Ent Center this week. Thompson
This week UCCS had the privilege of hosting Angela Davis at the first significant speaker event on campus since 2019. The completely sold-out event was moderated by Rame Hanna, Vice
As the end of the semester comes closer, so do the due dates for final projects. Each student in Jay Hubert’s digital film production class, the digital filmmaking capstone course,
The first time I called myself fat, I felt ashamed. I think I was probably in fifth grade, and I called myself fat so nobody else would say it first.
4 out of 5 stars I probably wasn’t the best choice of reporter to review “Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves.” I’ve never been a part of a Dungeons and
I am becoming sickeningly obsessed with a tiny gray Yoda head. Some may know exactly what I’m referring to. For others, it may be a complete mystery. To the uninformed