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Daily Archives: November 8, 2017

Media’s negative impact in the court room

COURT CASES ARE WRONGFULLY IMPACTED BY MEDIA Though media outlets give the public a better understanding of issues by unravelling facts and navigating convoluted stories, media also poses the threat of influencing situations. This phenomenon is most often seen in documentary films and television series

Weezer | Pacific daydream: Album Review

Artist: Weezer Album: Pacific daydream Release Date:  Oct. 27th, 2017 Indie band Weezer first gained popularity in the mid-90s as a quirky alternative rock group. But Weezer’s latest album, Pacific Daydream, drifts vastly from the band’s roots and will prove disappointing for fans partial to

Wu-Tang Clan | The Saga Continues: Album Review

Artist: Wu-Tang Clan Album: The Saga Continues Release Date: Oct. 13th, 2017 Wu Tang Clan has solidified itself as one of the greatest—if not the single greatest—rap groups of all time. Their lyrics have transcended rap music and have echoed throughout the broader American cultural

The Used | The Canyon: Album Review

Artist: The Used Album: The Canyon Release Date: Oct. 26th, 2017 Utah natives and alternative rock band The Used return with The Canyon, their seventh studio album, following their 2014 album Imaginary Enemy. This album pivots away from the band’s bleak first-wave emo sound and

US news priorities need to change

LACK OF INTERNATIONAL NEWS COVERAGE IS CENSORSHIP  This fall has seen countless momentous global news stories. Southeast Asia faced one of the worst wet seasons in recent history, flooding the region with monsoons that killed over 1,200 people. The attack by terrorist forces in Niger on

Dual enrollment chases after superior education

Recent Updates in dual enrollment Dual enrollment, also known as concurrent enrollment, has provided students with opportunities to further their education through the addition of more credits. Dual enrollment allows students to enroll at separate academic institutions with multiple course-loads and classes at each. Although

Second season expands Stranger Things world

HAWKINS HAS NEW RESIDENTS When Stranger Things debuted in 2016, it became an instant hit. Viewers clung to the 80s nostalgia and a rebirth of The Goonies gang. Often times with popular shows, there’s a myth that succeeding seasons can’t possibly surpass the quality of the

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Pay what you can at SAME Cafe

Non-profit depends on sliding scale pay model Founded in 2006 by Brad and Libby Birky, SAME Cafe is dedicated to serving customers healthy, organic, and locally sourced foods prepared fresh daily. “SAME” stands for “So All May Eat.” The cafe is Denver’s first (and one

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Professor returns to CU Denver with novel

Emily Ruskovich reads from Idaho Upon the release of her LA Times bestselling novel, Idaho, Emily Ruskovich was hired onto Boise State University’s Master of Fine Arts faculty—but she wrote and published the book while teaching creative writing at CU Denver. Last month, Ruskovich returned