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Wilhelmina Jackson

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No rest for the wicked

Students gather on metal bleachers in the gym as organizers introduce cancer survivors. Each survivor is given a sash, and the relay kicks off...

Student author finds inspiration in the sweeter things

J.R.R Tolkien has inspired many many people, and UNC senior Tamara Faour is no exception. Faour read “Lord of the Rings” when she was...

Students, armed with hammers, fight back against eating disorders

A loud “clang!” reverberates across Gunter green, as students smash scales inside grocery bags. Nothing but smiles come from students and staff as they...

Sweet meets savory at the Garvey

The Marcus Garvey Cultural Center quickly fills with people eager to grab some food and shelter from the cold. A small crowd of students...

Catering to both audiences

Kids run by screaming as parents sign a waiver, now putting their kids in the hands of the University of Northern Colorado. More specifically,...

Shoes for Paws

A small cardboard box with a gold sign filled with shoes sits next to a table with packets notepads, packets and stress balls in...

To understand and respect other cultures

Cultural appropriation is when another culture, typically a dominant one, takes an element from another culture and reduces it to a simple trait. This...

What lies beyond the door

With Halloween around the corner, the University of Northern Colorado’s International Film Series screened “It Comes at Night,” a 2017 mystery film directed by...

The Jon Stewart of Egypt

In celebration of Free Speech Week, the International Film Series screened “Tickling Giants” and hosted a Q&A session with Sarah McLaughlin, a writer and...

Elegy for the Eleven

An award-winning poet visited UNC to read her poems and discuss her work on Tuesday night in the University Center. Lisa Zimmerman, an English associate...