University of North Dakota hockey fans traveling to Magness Arena this weekend are reminded of several polices on the campus of the University of Denver.
The University of Denver's Sustainability Council has endorsed a ban on plastic water bottles. Low-class water like Aquafina, Dasani and Arrowhead have been determined to be the cause of global warming. Tailgaters are encouraged to use Perrier and San Pellegrino in glass bottles. The plastic water bottle ban must be working, because since the edict was issued, Denver has had a record snowfall and global warming has been downgraded to climate change.
Magness Arena's new state-of-the-art transgender bathrooms are the envy of the college hockey community. The University of Denver takes tremendous pride in its diversity and inclusiveness. Fans are reminded that these bathrooms can have long lines between periods, so plan your restroom breaks accordingly.
The University of Denver became the first major university in Colorado to become smoke free in 2010. Fans possessing cigarettes, pipes, cigars or any "smoke products" entering Magness Arena will have said items confiscated. Confiscated products will be donated to local orphanages.
Fans planning to bring Chronic, blunts or Ganja to the game are encouraged to abide by Colorado's marijuana laws. North Dakota fans are reminded to carry documentation from a Colorado based physician affirming that he or she suffers from a debilitating condition and advising that they "might benefit from the medical use of marijuana." Designated marijuana smoking areas around the Ritchie Center vary by event, so check with Magness ushers or security staff before going outside to spark up.
UND fans are requested to not openly display the Fighting Sioux logo in Magness Arena. University of Denver faculty are easily offended. Logos depicting Native Americans run counter to DU's commitment to build a diverse and inclusive campus community as a fundamental element of excellence.
Have fun this weekend at Magness Arena, spend lots of money while visiting Colorado and remember after the games; .