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It’s the end of summer…or is it?

August 23rd, 2019

School may be starting in a few days, but that doesn’t mean your summer has to come to a halt. Summer doesn’t technically end until September 21st, which means you still have a month of sunny skies, and warm weather. You now just have to share some of the time in your day with classes and homework. A couple of suggestions of some fun things you can still do even when school starts are going on hikes, hanging out on pearl street, checking out live music at the Fox, Boulder theater, or Red Rocks, swimming in the creek, camping on the weekends, and dartying (day-partying) with your friends. Hiking... Read More

Parents Weekend Activities!

September 30th, 2016

Photo credit: Lily Lemire This weekend is parents weekend and there are SO many things to do with parents, especially if they are from out of town. CU, of course, has a list of activities for parents to do but doing your own fun planned activities is how you can get the most out of parent’s weekend. Some things to consider doing: There are tons of good restaurants on pearl street to check out, my personal favorite is Hapa Sushi, they have great happy hour deals from 2-5! Also be sure to check out the Sink, which is located on the Hill. Get the sink burger, it does not disappoint. If parents... Read More

Sober Sally

September 17th, 2016

Last night I went out to the bars sober. It doesn’t sound like a big deal, but have you ever actually been around drunk people for hours on end while being stone cold sober? It’s a lot harder than it sounds. A couple days ago I decided it would be a good idea to go on a ten day cleanse. I am currently on my 7th day. Up to day 4 it was a struggle, but now that I’ve broken through the wall, these next three days are going to be a breeze. I went out with two of my best friends on Thursday night thinking that it would be totally fine if I wasn’t drunk because I’ve been sober around them... Read More