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Daily Archives: September 5, 2018

Shit Talk Tours adds finesse to art

MCA’s new tour is captivating The Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MCA) new take on art tours provides art and comedy lovers alike with a great, hilarious, and informative tour of the museum’s extraordinary exhibits. On Aug. 24, the MCA’s summer series “Shit Talk Tours” ended.

Greek Life’s push to campus

A Positive Change The non-traditional Greek Life coming to CU Denver will create a huge impact on student life. With the development of a new model of fraternities and sororities, there’s an opportunity to not only be the choice model of 2023, but to  foster

Kurt Vile | Loading Zones | Single Review

Matador Records Kurt Vile’s new single “Loading Zones” is one of folksy, punk vibes that gives a sense of nostalgia to the listener. It kind of gives off a sense of adventure, especially the lyrics, “One stop shop life for the quick fix / Before

Gabbie Hanna | Honestly | Single Review

No Label Gabbie Hanna’s new single “Honestly” tells a powerful story of being in a toxic relationship. The lyrics, “Got me second guessing everything you say / Thinking that I know you, but you’re really a stranger,” represent that. Not only do the lyrics show

CU Denver student redefines feminism in her magazine

Laci Williams isn’t afraid to let her voice be heard Laci Williams, a 20-year-old political science student, certainly isn’t bashful when it comes to expressing her beliefs; she’s a Donald Trump voter, pro-life supporter, gun rights activist, conservative feminist, and proud of it. Williams expresses

Colorado ranked eighth for opening new businesses

Economy Brings Students Hope Colorado is ranked the eighth best state for opening a new business, according to a study conducted by Fit Small Business. The categories that were used to judge each state were the cost of starting a business (15 percent), taxes (20

In memory of Aretha Franklin

Franklin’s legacy dazzles generations Aretha Louise Franklin, born March 25, 1942 in Memphis, Tennessee, became the voice for many generations throughout her lifetime. Franklin grew up in a very religious and musical household with a minister and preacher as a father, and a successful vocalist