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Daily Archives: September 5, 2018

SGA Update

As the semester begins, the Student Government Association (SGA) of CU Denver would like to formally welcome all students to campus for the fall semester. Over the course of the summer, SGA has been working hard to ensure that students are represented and their experience

Raul’s Report: Be well

Advice for students at CU Denver I don’t know about you, but the first few weeks of school are always a whirlwind for me. Incoming students, returning students, the Block Party—my head’s still spinning. Quick introduction for those of you who haven’t met me yet: My

The Plot Thickens

As promised, this week I am going to dive into my thoughts on sexuality and religion in film. Though I have only begun to scratch the surface of LGBTQ cinema, I’ve noticed that while a majority of these films don’t bring up religion at all

From page to screen: BlacKkKlansman

The truth gets lost in the adaptation The plot of the latest director Spike Lee joint, BlacKkKlansman, sounds too outlandish to be true: The first ever African-American detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department works in tandem with a white undercover detective, becomes a card-carrying

People should be cautious of cosmetics

Buying cruelty- free can save a life With all the resources and knowledge about the cosmetics industry today, consumers should refrain from buying cosmetics that aren’t cruelty-free. Likewise, in the cosmetics industry, companies should be making and selling cruelty-free products.  In the beauty industry today,

Audiences must be more progressive with musicians

Local entertainers need further support The US music industry has notably grown into a multi-billion-dollar industry, making it harder for smaller musicians to break into. Because of the vastness of the music industry, supporting local artists has grown to be important for  artists and musicians

The Call of the Void

At the age of four, I was admitted early to kindergarten because I was going to turn five the following month anyway. So, every year, in all my years of going to school, I have always been the youngest in my class. People would tell

The Broncos are one season away from obscurity

A 2018/19 season preview Losing has always been a tough pill to swallow for the Denver Broncos. The Broncos faithful have had to endure three losing seasons since the onset of the new millennium.  The 5-11 record in the 2016/17 regular season—coming only two years

Public art is now a moving attraction

The new way to see downtown Denver Colorado’s outdoor lifestyle was combined with Denver’s public art scene in the free Downtown Denver Public Art Bicycle tour, commemorating the 30th anniversary of Denver Public Art. With more than 400 pieces of art in the Denver area,