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Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

At the beginning of the summer, I distinctly remember being reprimanded by a friend who had discovered that I had never seen The Walking Dead. Her specific response was something along the lines of “????????????” I just didn’t understand what was cool about a show

Holidaily, a Gluten-Free Dedicated Brewery

ONE OF FIVE GLUTEN-FREE BREWERIES IN US In Feb. 2016, Holidaily Brewing Co. officially opened their doors to the public. After a year and a half of being open for business, the company continues to grow each and every week. Holidaily Brewing Co. is Colorado’s

From the Editor | Taylor Kirby

TAKING A LEAP A dying heart must be stopped entirely before it can be restored to its natural rhythm. I learned this while becoming CPR certified for the annual Lynx Student Leadership Retreat, and as our instructor moved forward with the lesson, I was stuck thinking

Bike theft prevalent on Auraria

KEEP BOTH WHEELS GROUNDED It goes without saying that CU Denver is a non-traditional campus; however, one of the most nuanced ways in which its non-traditional nature has flourished is undoubtedly the sheer amount of commuter students in attendance. Approximately 95 percent of the student

Commuter fees increase at Auraria

PARKING PRICES RISE ALONGSIDE STUDENT OUTRAGE At the Auraria campus, approximately 95 percent of the tri-institutional student body commutes a distance greater than five miles to campus. Many of these students drive to class, which is evident by the maxed-out capacity of three parking garages,

Hans Zimmer concert brings silver screen to life

FILM COMPOSER AT 1STBANK CENTER As far as sweeping overgeneralizations go, claiming most people are familiar with Hans Zimmer’s music—even if they’ve never heard of him—is among the safest to make. The legendary composer has defined a generation of filmmaking, and on Aug. 6 he

Pencil Shavings | Tessa Blair

Horrified, I grabbed my laptop and started rewatching as many episodes as I could, for the unfathomable had become reality: The Office was leaving Netflix. The show I always turned to and counted on to cheer me up, to relieve my stress, to make me