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The University Life Events Council showcased eight unique student filmmakers last night at their CU Film Showcase.

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The bearded dragon and the blue whales are wishing you all a lovely day! Happening in the World: Blue Whales have made a comeback in the waters around the Island of South Georgia. In a survey conducted earlier this year, there had been 58 blue whales sighted. Almost all in the region had been previously […]

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Last Friday, Arts Editor and archaeology student Riva Weinstein attended the advance screening of Native America: New Worlds Rising at Barnard. This documentary about the Comanche nation in the colonial era also spotlighted the persistence of indigenous traditions in America today. I spent thirty glorious days in New Mexico: excavating pottery, bathing in the Rio […]

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