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Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

Jong Jin Kim left South Korea for America in 1982 hoping to find his version of the “American dream.” Kim quit his job as an engineer when his daughter was eight years old to support her snowboarding career after recognizing her talent and growing potential

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Superhero fatigue is a false diagnosis

Long live the blue sky beam By the end of 2018, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will have released its 20th film and 11th television series; DC Comics is trying to keep pace with its own arsonal of projects in pre-production. There are no brakes to

MGMT | Little Dark Age | Album Review

Record Label: Columbia Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars MGMT has created an album full of songs that sound nothing like MGMT songs. In this instance, that’s not a bad thing. Little Dark Age, their fourth album, still has their signature undercurrent of darkness,

House of Vans presents snowboarding film Landline

Dinosaur Jr. and Thurston Moore play free concert in support This January, House of Vans presents the official release of the brand’s long awaited first-ever full-length snowboard film, LANDLINE. Directed by the progressive filmmaker Tanner Pendleton, LANDLINE is primarily shot on Kodak 16mm film and

CU Denver celebrates Milo’s fifth birthday

Fourth Annual Milo Mile A student-led initiative in 2013 brought CU Denver mascot Milo the Lynx to life. Before then, CU Denver students didn’t have a mascot to represent the student body. To commemorate Milo’s fifth birthday, students, faculty, and staff gathered in the Tivoli quad

Fighting back against the cold commute

Tips and Tricks to Keep Warm In Colorado, the earlier months of the year tend to be cold and snowy. Because of that, commuting can be a hazardous endeavor. In the spring semester, here are some tips to keep warm and stay safe. Karley Sun,

Stranger Than Fiction

There are aspects to the political world that are far more intriguing than a budget presentation. No one is debating that. But, I feel like budgets say a whole lot more about what people are actually prioritizing than any speech or promise could. Think about

The Molly Brown House engages Denver community

THE UNSINKABLE’S IMPACT ON THE CITY OF DENVER Contrary to popular belief, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” was never actually called Molly while she was alive. Margaret Tobin Brown is best known for surviving the catastrophic and devastating Titanic sinking, but she was prolific within the