Culture News

Recent Events Spur Conversation on Rape Culture in Durango

By Becca Day

Monday, December 11, 2017

A bathroom sign at a local pizzeria that depicted a man lifting up a woman’s skirt has stirred up discussion about rape culture in the Durango community. Conversation about rape culture and sexual assault in Durango was further propelled when The Durango Herald reported on the sexual assault of a woman in town.

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Trail Time: Winter Trail Closures

By Aidan Multhauf

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

These will be closed until April 15th, when the elk return to the high country:

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Trail Time: Telegraph Trail

Trail Time: Telegraph Trail

By Teal Lehto

Saturday, November 18, 2017

The Telegraph Trail is not necessarily one trail, but a trail system that can be used to explore the mountainous ridges just southeast of campus. This trail system is great because it generally stays pretty dry and easily accessible until there is a significant amount of snow in town. Then it can be used for snowshoeing when there is enough snow!

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Indy Eats: 11th Street Station Brings Hipster Vibes To Downtown Durango

Indy Eats: 11th Street Station Brings Hipster Vibes To Downtown Durango

By Ryan Simonovich

Monday, November 13, 2017

11th Street Station is like a casino. You could stay there all day and night, and never have to leave. There’s booze, coffee, and food. What more do you need?

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Trail Time: Dalla Mountain Park

By Aidan Multhauf

Friday, November 10, 2017

Located on the Southern slope of Animas City Mountain, Dalla Mountain Park, also referred to as Sailing Hawks, is the most multifaceted land in Durango.

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