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ESIL gives an exciting new educational opportunity

Program mixes environmental protection with cultural diversity CU Denver’s science department just announced a new certificate program called the Environmental Stewardship of Indigenous Lands (ESIL), the first of its kind. The certificate program offers training, internships, and job placement for students passionate about environmental protection

Hozier | Nina Cried Power | Album Review

Columbia Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The public has been waiting for new Hozier music for a while. The Irish alternative star, best known for his single “Take Me to Church,” released his new EP, Nina Cried Power, on Sept. 6. It’s a four-song

THE ROBLES RANT

The Drought is Dead Leave it to the Cleveland Browns to send the entire NFL world into chaos. The Browns kicked off week three by ending their 635-day winning drought with a win over the New York Jets on Thursday Night Football. Of course, the

Eminem | Kamikaze | Album Review

Aftermath, Interscope, Shady Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Eminem dropped an unannounced 10th studio album at midnight on Aug. 31, titled Kamikaze. Featuring guest artists such as Joyner Lucas, Royce da 5’9”, and Jessie Reyez, the album has already topped multiple charts globally,

White Denim | Performance | Album Review

City Slang Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars After 2016’s release of Stiff, the band’s sleepy follow up to the acclaimed Corsicana Lemonade, White Denim delivers the unexpected Performance. The album is another half hour of hard-hitting riffs that play into the band’s unique

Alternative nightlife options for students

Places that welcome all ages When the weekend rolls around, students find themselves going out for the night to have a good time. While there are many places to go to in Denver for college students, it can be harder to find nightlife that is

Teen Vogue expands modeling industry’s inclusivity

Magazine shows different types of physical ability A wave of diversity is sweeping across movies and television shows by casting members across the entire skin color spectrum. The September issue of Teen Vogue is now taking diversity a step further by not only featuring models who

CU Denver alum has a poppin’ career

Ernesto Rodriguez markets for local popcorn company Six months after graduating from CU Denver with a business marketing degree, Ernesto Rodriguez found himself in the aisles of a grocery store looking for a snack. It was then where he stumbled upon a brand called Oogie’s—a