“Roses” – Abra “Roses” doesn’t talk about a pretty end to love. It’s about a lover who accepts that some flings are bound to end, that they don’t have the “green thumb” to make love work. Against all this aching and disappointed acceptance, a 90’s
I don’t know about you, but I’ve got to say I like the new name and new focus of our student newspaper. Starting last month, following input from students, the Advocate is now the CU Denver Sentry featuring more campus-based news and information. The re-branding
Fortunately, all of our New Year’s resolutions to give up sugar have already disintegrated, because it seems as if midterm season has called for an unending stream of candy, cookies, and doughnuts littering the atriums of North Classroom. Fueled by our sugar highs, we’ve made
JAPANESE AND LATIN FOOD BLEND RIGHT OFF CAMPUS Komotodo Sushi Burrito offers a new take on both Asian and Latin cuisine, just off of CU Denver’s campus. The restaurant blends the unlikely pairing to create a never-before- eaten experience. The restaurant offers a lively menu filled
The Copper Nickel, CU Denver’s prestigious literary journal, comes out in March.
Sam Kim opens up about his time at CU Denver as an administrator.
Phoenix Center event opens up a discussion about sex and violence in the media.
Three laps around Auraria for Milo’s three years.
This past Sunday was Valentine’s Day and like most people in a relationship, I celebrated with my sweet pea. We wanted to keep it simple this year and not go over the top with Valentine’s festivities. We decided to take a little road trip to
CU Denver Film and Television students are creating an original webseries.