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Cannabis for Seniors

February 24th, 2018

With the legalization of cannabis across more states and the stigma surrounding the plant and its users shifting, so has the demographic of people benefiting from the plant. According to the CDC, Americans aged 55-64 who use marijuana regularly has risen by 455%. Those aged 65 and older has risen by 333% from 2002-2014. Why is this shift occurring and how can seniors benefit from cannabis? We know that each person has their own endocannabinoid system. The endocannabioid system has recently been recognized as the most important modulatory system within the body. It is responsible for regulating... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

October 12th, 2016

Nikki Nixon is a name you should try and remember. Not often does a photographer come along who’s work is as unique and intriguing as Nikki, even here in the great city of Boulder. Her Instagram, @nikkinixxx, is a kaleidoscope of color and rebellion, casual candids and reckless abandon . A CU student and a double major, Nikki’s emphasis is in Photography. You can and should give her Instagram a look if visual imagery has any sort of attraction to you. Shout out to all the photographers and visual image makers out here in Boulder, keep on keeping on!  Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

October 10th, 2016

Bryan is standing on the top of a sand dune in September with sunglasses, a bucket hat and a Nalgene. Behind him lies miles of dunes baking in the sun and in front of him stands one of Colorado’s many fourteeners. Masco, CO is home to one of the most curious landscapes in the world; Colorado plains, mountains and sand dunes. Bryan is an adventurer of sorts and this is one of his many journeys to the vast destinations that Colorado has to offer. Just like the dunes, there are many places to explore in CO! What places are you planning on visiting?  Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

September 24th, 2016

  Success by design. That is how you could describe Juliana’s journey from Washington state to Boulder. Juliana is in the ENVD program and you can tell with just one look in her apartment. She works at a desk that she designed and built, her bed sits on the floor because she has not built the frame just yet, and a lamp she designed lights her friend’s apartment across the street. Returning from a semester in Denmark and a summer internship in New York, she will finish her college career when she graduates this spring! Good luck Juliana!  Read More

My Last Syllabus Week Ever.

August 26th, 2016

Students in college love to capitalize on slacking off the first week of school which is known as syllabus week. Though this actually isn’t true, we love to think that because it’s the first week of school, our professors won’t give us any homework. As a senior, it made me a little emotional to think that this was my last syllabus week ever. It was the last time it is considered acceptable to go out and party every night without really having any consequences. It is also one of the liveliest weeks of the year because everyone is out and doing things together. It is a time for you to finally... Read More

The Seven Types of Professors You’ll Have at CU

October 4th, 2013

Whether you’ve just started school at CU or you’ve been around the block a few semesters, by the time you graduate you’ll be sure to have encountered each of these seven types of professors: 1. The Comedian: This professor views their classroom as a nightclub, and their students as an audience that just keeps coming back for more. Some are legitimately hilarious and will leave your abs (if only you had abs) aching from laughter, while others will make you want to hide your cringing face behind your textbook. Whether your professor is the academic version of Chris Rock, or a scholarly... Read More