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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Campus Parking Increase Troubles Students

FEES INCREASE BY 25 CENTS THIS YEAR Back to school means back to late night studying, bottomless cups of coffee, and, for many, back to parking nightmares. While most campus commuters make their way to school via buses and the light rail, thousands of students

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City of Denver Misuses Homeless Donations

MAYOR PAYS FOR SWEEPS WITH DONATION FUNDS It has become apparent that in the city of Denver during the last few years, there has been an increase of people who are homeless. With more than 10,000 individuals displaced—an all-time high—recent allegations of misuse of homeless

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GEM SHEPS: Queerly Beloved

We are gathered here today to discuss the resources we have access to as LGBTQ+ students. The GLBT Student Services (GLBTSS) office is one of the major LGBTQ+ friendly resource centers on campus. It can be found in the Tivoli, and it provides information to

New Urban Fest Highlights Changing City

RINO MUSIC FESTIVAL BARES NEW OPPORTUNITIES Four years ago the RiNo district (the area north of the Platte River) was home to the only two places any sane person would dare venture to: the beloved DIY venue Rhinoceropolis and The Source, a trendy artisanal food

Ryan Adams’ Triumphant Return to CO

ADAMS BLASTS THROUGH 4.5 HOUR RED ROCKS SET Red Rocks Amphitheatre is regarded world-wide as one of the most premier music venues. It’s basically the nirvana of musical performances, only a step ahead of Madison Square Garden. With so many musicians yearning to play at

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William Card: NOISE.FM

I grew up in a town of less than 2,500 people year round. I’ve seen family-owned grocery stores, husband-and-wife pharmacies, a combined video rental and twin screen movie theater, and local eateries with foods as diverse as the places their owners came from. In 2006,

Colfax Centered in Art of the Open Road

LOCAL ARTISTS CAPTURE TRAVEL IN STILL LIFE In the pursuit of Manifest Destiny, the US carved its name into 2,680 miles of land from coast to coast. The strong culture of road tripping that emerged soon after was inevitable; artists of all stripes have long

Prodigy Fortifies Community with Coffee

COFFEEHOUSE HIRES LOWER-INCOME YOUTH A coffee shop is not the first platform that comes to mind when thinking about bringing together a community or improving a broken education system, but with those very things in mind, Prodigy Coffeehouse is taking Denver by surprise. Prodigy—so named

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Taylor Kirby: Feminist Agenda

When four adult men surround a woman and tell her she must publicly undress herself, and when those men are able to do so under the jurisdiction of the law, I have to wonder how we got here. French police came under international criticism last

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Morgan Mackey: City Scapes

A few months ago, I decided to become selfish. This realization came to me after a much needed moment of self-care. For my whole life I have always put other people’s needs before my own, and it hit me that although I do find a