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Daily Archives: April 5, 2017

CD Review // The Jesus and Mary Chain

Damage and joy // Artificial Plastic Records The Jesus and Mary Chain released Damage and Joy on March 24 in a release that seemed ostensibly out-of-the-blue. It is difficult not to get over-eager when a band that is long past its prime decides to release a

Students volley for Greek Life at CU Denver

NON-TRADITIONAL CHAPTER FOR NON-TRADITIONAL SCHOOL Greek Life has been a staple for hundreds of universities in the US since the nation was originally founded in 1776, and fraternities and sororities are believed to add a sense of community and belonging on campus. CU Denver’s SGA

Beauty and the Beast fuels remake aspirations

A SPECTACLE OF COSTUMING, SET DESIGN, AND SPLENDOR For fans of the 1991 animated Beauty and the Beast film, the 2017 live-action version of the film is sure to amaze and mesmerize. For those unfamiliar or less interested in the animated film, the live-action film

Lynxathon fundraiser returns for fourth year

DANCE MARATHON FOR CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL The CU Denver Dance Marathon team is adding the final touches to their setup for the fourth-annual Lynxathon, which will be bustling its way to campus on April 13. Through the combined vision and initiative of several CU Denver alumni

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Myers-Briggs testing: yes or no?

MISUSED, MISLEADING, MISERABLE // Mia Dorsey Whether it was an activity at school or a team-building exercise for work, people have probably come across the Myers-Briggs Test. And while the idea of discovering what type of person you are after answering a couple questions is

City Scapes // Morgan Mackey

My last college Spring Break was spent wandering my way through London and Paris. Last November a friend of mine and I booked our tickets to London seeking a grand adventure. We stayed in the Bethnal Green area of East London and took the Tube

Grammar is not an IQ score

COMMA PLACEMENT ISN’T COMMON SENSE Prescriptivist grammarians do more than bolster the ranks of Facebook’s most annoying commenters—we get it, you think you’re smarter than everyone else—they might also lessen the quality of someone’s education. The proliferation of grammar nazism as a signpost of intelligence

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Lacrosse builds more than sportsmanship

CU DENVER CLUB SPORTS BUILDS A COMMUNITY As the campus shifts out of the dreary months of winter and into the closing weeks of the semester, students are coming to terms with what might be the most difficult time of the academic calendar one CU

From the Editor // Savannah Nelson

If you haven’t heard, Greek Life might be coming to CU Denver. There have been student surveys and focus groups garnishing support since the initiative popped up a few years ago. Auraria Campus will likely transform into a more inclusive and student-oriented experience, differing from

Noise F.M.// William Card

“The last thing an artist wants to do is sit down and answer your shitty questions.” Goddamn. When I got into the gig of music journalism, I wanted to uncover the hidden stories and surprise-antics of musicians. Constantly looking for the juicy hook, or the