From: Pulse Newsletter
Date: January 11
Subject: The Pulse | Winter 2023 | Week 2

The Pulse: Weekly News & Happenings at DU
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Reminder - Sign Up for Intervene:DU 

As part of the Undergraduate Student Government 2017 resolution, all new and incoming students(including transfer students) are required to attend an active bystander skills workshop. If you haven't completed this training yet, register for and complete Intervene: DU by February 10th, 2023, to avoid a hold being placed on your account which will prohibit registration for spring quarter. Follow the link to see all available workshop times and register on Crimson Connect. Email us at with any questions. 

In Case You Missed It
Battle for the Gold Pan - DU vs. CC Hockey Game at Ball Arena, January 27th - 7pm. Purchase Tickets Here

Student Tickets to Battle for the Gold Pan - DU vs. CC at Ball Arena:

January 27 | 7:00pm | Ball Arena

Each DU Student will receive a complimentary ticket to the Ball Arena game on Friday, January 27th, just as they do for home events via their student account (see how to at the very end of this email).

Students may purchase two (2) additional tickets to the game to bring a friend if they choose to do so.  Each additional ticket will be $10 each and MUST be purchased at the west box office. 

Event Highlights This Week
Start End   Event         Location
    Register for Intramural Sports Private Location (sign in to display)
    Model United Nations Fundraiser Online Event
TODAY: Wednesday, January 11
8:00am 2:00pm First Aid/CPR/AED Private Location (sign in to display)
11:00am 12:00pm First Step Session Community Commons 2600
1:00pm 2:30pm Anti-Oppression Analysis Workshop Community Commons, Ste 1100 (Next to Starbucks)
3:00pm 5:00pm Weekly JBK Study Session STURM 187
4:00pm 6:00pm Thrive's Spectrum Private Location (sign in to display)
TOMORROW: Thursday, January 12
11:00am 12:00pm First Step Session Community Commons 2600
2:30pm 4:00pm 90 Minute Self-Defense Campus Safety Training Room 005
5:00pm 6:00pm 3D Printing and Laser Engraving Workshop Private Location (sign in to display)
Friday, January 13
12:00pm 1:00pm Trans Lunch Private Location (sign in to display)
2:00pm 5:00pm Climate Fresk Facilitation Training Private Location (sign in to display)
2:00pm 5:00pm Smash Weeklies @ DU #1 ECS Room 358
7:00pm 10:00pm Board Game Club Weekly Meeting Private Location (sign in to display)
Saturday, January 14
1:00pm 3:00pm Game night Private Location (sign in to display)
1:00pm 5:00pm DUDAD One Shot Day Community Commons Room 3700
Sunday, January 15
6:00pm 7:00pm Sunday Catholic Mass Evans Chapel
Monday, January 16
7:00pm 8:00pm Quackmire Weekly Meeting Private Location (sign in to display)
Tuesday, January 17
10:00am 3:00pm January 17th - Free STI Testing Private Location (sign in to display)
12:00pm 1:30pm Major Exploratory Workshop Private Location (sign in to display)
4:00pm 5:30pm Study Abroad in Spain and Latin America Information Session Sturm 187
4:00pm 5:00pm First Step Session Community Commons 1600
7:00pm 8:00pm Cru Women's Community Group Private Location (sign in to display)
Engagement Opportunities Coming Up
Delta Sigma Theta Rush Flyer

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated is hosting an information session/RUSH for interested women on Sunday, January 22nd at 2:00pm. 


If you or anyone else has any questions, please feel free to reach out to me at this email or the official chapter email

Registration Link

Business Attire required. 

4D Experience by Design: Major Exploratory Workshop

Exploring your options for majors?

Tuesday January 17th (12:00 PM - 1:30 PM) | Community Commons 2600
Are you unsure of what you want to major in? Have you narrowed it down but are struggling to choose? Do you want to confirm that your intended major is truly for you? Join the 4D, Academic Advising, and Career and Professional Development team for a major exploration lab! In this lab, you’ll learn how to apply design thinking to the process of exploring and deciding on major(s). You’ll walk away with new mindsets and tools to navigate this process. And you’ll make some friends along the way! The workshop will take place on January 17th from 12 PM to 1:30 PM in Community Commons 2600.


Vote for your Favorite Photos!

The Driscoll & Community Commons invites you to visit the Community Commons Gallery on the 1st floor (across from Starbucks) to help select our photo finalists.  Our Team combed the DU Archives to find 36 amazing photos representing student life throughout DU’s history!  Swing by Community Commons, Room 1001, to view the photos and enjoy a glimpse of what student life has looked like on campus while casting your votes for those photos you want to see fill our walls.   

The photos receiving the most votes will be reproduced and displayed throughout the Driscoll and Community Commons. 

Voting runs through Sunday, February 5th.  Let’s bring history to life in our buildings!

DUURJ Call for Submissions

The University of Denver Undergraduate Research Journal (DUURJ) is now accepting submissions for Volume 4, Issue 2!

Dimond Family Residential Village, Room P168
DU undergraduate students can submit any work completed during your time at the university, whether it be independently, with a faculty advisor, or as an assignment for class. We accept papers from all disciplines. These published works are peer-reviewed, google scholar indexed, and have serials registered with the Library of Congress. This is a great way to share your research with the DU community!

The submission deadline for this upcoming issue is January 15, 2023. Papers can be submitted at Guidelines for submissions can be found here

If you have any questions or have issues submitting, contact us at

Young people sitting on a swing set facing one another laughing

Join our paid research study on CBD and mood health!

Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Colorado Boulder

The Research on Affective Disorders and Development Lab at CU Boulder is conducting research on the effects of CBD on mood and behavior. We are recruiting young adults ages 18 to 35. One group we recruit will include people who are experiencing depression. The other group will consist of people who have never had any diagnosed mental disorder.

The study includes a few different parts:

  • You will answer short twice-daily surveys for 6 weeks on your mobile device.
  • You will complete three in-person research visits, each including an interview about life experiences, a set of computer games, a blood draw and a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) brain scan.
  • You will also select and use a CBD product for up to 6 weeks.
The study takes place over the course of 6 weeks, and you will be compensated for your participation (maximum of $863–$1,038 for completing all parts of the study).

If you want to learn more, contact the RADD Lab at or fill out our initial eligibility screening.
Other News & Updates from Around Campus
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Group Counseling Winter Quarter

The Health & Counseling Center is excited to share the Winter Quarter Group Counseling and Workshop Schedule. 

Use the QR Code or use this link to access the PDF brochure of offerings. 
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Living and Learning Communities Offering NEW 2nd Year LLCs

Dimond EAST P185
Want to live with a community and address your passions? Living and Learning Communities are now available for rising second-year students! If you want to explore how we become powerful social change agents in our communities? Join the Social Change LLC to learn more. Maybe you're more interested in how we engage and empower individuals and communities to promote health? The Health Promotion LLC may be a good fit for you!

Choose one or apply to both themes, including
1) Social Change and
2) Health Promotion
by Tuesday, February 21st to be notified about placement the day the Housing application opens. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until Monday, March 20th. Contact with any questions.

Beans After Dark 

Every Wed & Thurs: 4-6 PM | Beans Cafe, Knobel Hospitality School

Beans is now extending their hours on Wednesday's and Thursday's to be open for Beans After Dark from 4-6 PM. Stop by after work or school for beer, wine, cocktails, and appetizers. This week's speciality cocktail is a Spiced Apple Cider!

How to retreive tickets for Gold Pan Hockey Game:

If you have an account established follow the steps you typically do on a normal game day. If you do not have an account please register for your account online by clicking HERE. You will need your 87# to activate account (image below).


After putting in your student ID number and clicking on "Activate", you will be sent to a page where you will complete your contact information. Once completed, you will be sent to the "My Account" main page. From there you will click on the Student tab at the top of the screen (shown in image below).


Next, you will see the upcoming hockey games, where you will need to select "Find Tickets" next to the Colorado College game.


After selecting the Colorado College game, you will be able to add one ticket to your cart and then checkout.

Tickets for the game will be sent to you the WEEK leading up to the game through Ticketmaster. If you do not have a TM account, steps below will help you. 


KSE Account Manager Process:

  1. Log into your KSE Account Manager:
  2. Sign in using the email listed on your DU account (most likely the email address this email was sent to)
  1. If you already have an account but do not remember your password, please click the 'Forgot Password' button and follow the instructions
  2. If you do not have an account set up yet, click 'Sign Up' and set up your account using your email you use for your DU account
  1. Once you are logged in, click the ‘Manage My Events’ button
  2. Select the “University of Denver Hockey vs. Colorado College” event
  3. In order to see your barcode you must sign in using your smart phone.


Accessing Your Tickets on Gameday:

We recommend adding your tickets to your mobile device’s Apple Wallet or Google Pay app prior to arriving to Ball Arena. To add your tickets to your mobile device, sign into your KSE Account Manager, click the ‘My Events’ button, select the match, click on the tickets you will be using and then click the ‘Add to Apple Wallet’ or ‘Add to Google Pay’ button on each ticket. Make sure to add ALL of your tickets to your mobile wallet. Once you arrive, open your Apple Wallet or Google Pay application and then select the event tickets to get scanned. If you don’t add your tickets to your mobile wallet prior to arriving at the stadium, log into your KSE Account Manager, select the ‘My Events’ button, select the event and then select the tickets you wish to scan. Once on this screen, a barcode will pop up that the ticket scanner can then scan for each ticket.


If you would like to guarantee particular seats beyond your FREE or purchased ones or share with extended family, friends, and/or social groups we encourage you to use this the link to purchase: University of Denver Pioneer Hockey vs. Colorado College Tigers Mens Hockey Tickets Jan 27, 2023 Denver, CO | Ticketmaster


Please contact Daniel Vigil - or visit the west ticket office if you need additional assistance with student-athlete tickets.

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