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Tim Burton is too scary

Claymation is more frightening than fun While there are a lot of ways to get spooky, like going to haunted houses, corn mazes, or performing a good old-fashioned seance in a graveyard, the best Halloween tradition involves cuddling up to watch a scary movie. And

CU Denver Genders & Sexualities Alliance

Working to serve the needs of Auraria’s LGBTQ+ community The LGBTQ+ community is uniquely diverse which leads to a culture filled with a wide array of ideas, passions, interests, and needs. Those of us who organize and act within this community, have an obligation to

SGA Update

As midterms begin to come to a close and fall break looms evermore temptingly over our heads, SGA has continued to move forward with our initiatives. With a significant portion of updates coming from out Senators in recent weeks, the scope of SGA’s initiative list

Raul’s Report: Culture of Wellness

Campus well-being and YOU One thing I’ve learned about CU Denver is that we’re always moving forward and I’m excited to let you know about a new, more focused, campus-wide emphasis on wellness. Following the opening of our impressive new Lola & Rob Salazar Student

Are couples Halloween costumes good or bad?

They inhibit individuality Opinion by Amanda Blackman Halloween is the time for people to express their individuality by dressing up as their favorite character. Instead of being endearing, couples costumes cause one individual’s preferences to be amplified and the other repressed. Additionally, it reinforces the

The Call of the Void

1..2..3.. Riddikulus! Halloween has finally arrived, and the thrill of the scare is at its height. Being my favorite holiday of the year, my senses are heightened, and I’m always in the spooky mood. And while there are many traditions surrounding Halloween, binge-watching the Harry

Public Memory | Red Rainbow | Single Review

Felte Records Public Memory recently released an atmospheric single called “Red Rainbow.” There are frequent cymbals accompanied by occasional snare drum hits that switch off to a bass drum later on. For the first half of the track, the synth takes on a repetitive arpeggio

Trick-or-treating should stop at age 13

Leave the candy for the children It’s Halloween night, which means the day-old tradition of putting on Halloween costumes to go trick-or-treating for free candy has come and little princesses, pirates, and superheroes parade the neighborhoods in search of the best tricks and treats. But

John Carpenter | The Shape Returns | Single Review

Sacred Bones With the release of the 2018 version of Halloween, composer John Carpenter has given the classic piano theme a 21st century update with a classic 1970’s touch. “The Shape Returns” maintains the original skittery piano and adds retro-sounding synth chords in a minor