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Daily Archives: September 5, 2018


  What ever happened to the mobile quarterback revolution?  It was wasn’t too long ago that everyone thought it was only a matter of time before the dinosaur “prototype” quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Peyton Manning—who had the best quarterback minds but could move just

CU Denver alumni perform at the Alamo

Dylan Streight plays the Alamo Drafthouse comfortably Dylan Streight played the Alamo Drafthouse on Colfax on Aug. 24. Streight and his bandmates played to a packed house Friday for a barfly concert across the hall from the movie theater. Apart from Streight himself, the band

Wigstock is a rebellion in the re-making

Revived dragshow is showcasing diversity Since the creation of RuPaul’s Drag Race in 2009, drag, the art of men dressing as women and performing variety shows, has gained a large following and prominent place in pop culture. The specific type of drag that has become


The other night, I found that the novel I had been working on had lost all the changes I’d made in the last four months. I punched my faux leather couch 11 times. I drank five shots of bourbon. I said the word “fuck” about

Metro student runs for board of education

Tay Anderson brings a student perspective to the election   At just 20 years old, Tay Anderson is one of the youngest people to ever run for a seat on the Denver Board of Education. In early August, Anderson announced that he will be running

Senator Gardner supports Mueller investigation

The republican senator has broken his silence On Aug. 22, Colorado US senator Cory Gardner released a statement through his spokesman, expressing support for Robert Mueller’s investigation of Trump’s presidential campaign. This happened the day after President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was found