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Should people send nudes?  

Sending nudes is not smart   Opinion by Sarah McLaughlin Relationships in the digital age have allowed people to be intimate in more ways. More and more people are exchanging nude photos of themselves as a sign of sexual attraction. While sending nudes might seem

The Call of the Void

Paranormal Activity If you haven’t watched the Buzzfeed Unsolved documentary series, I highly recommend it. Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej take you into the world of the supernatural and explore true crime cases that take you on an adventure of fright and terror from the

Celebrities are entitled to privacy

If they want secrecy, it should be respected Just because a person chooses to live a life in the public eye does not mean that every aspect of their life deserves to be dissected. If a celebrity makes a public request for their private life

Art supplies

X-Ray Vision I’m bad at selfies, and I usually hate other photos of myself, so when I’m doing portraits of someone and they’re uncomfortable, I honestly understand. I mean, I’ve never actually seen my own face. I’ve seen my (flipped) face in a mirror, and

Hauntings, houses, and everything in between

The best Denver Halloween events It’s spooky season and the time to celebrate is now. Here are four options for students to consider when planning their festivities. The Halloween Costume Ball is a 21+ event that takes place on Oct. 27 from 9 p.m.–2 a.m.

CU Denver’s Peace Picnic uplifted students

Creative means of addressing student anxiety The CU Denver Office of Events and Partnerships hosted its first Peace Picnic on Oct. 4. The event sponsor promoted the Peace Picnic as a celebration of “peace, positivity, and togetherness.” Jesse Credit, a Student Event Programmer with the

The Plot Thickens

The Healing Process There’s a scene very close to the end of Call Me By Your Name in which the main character’s father tells Elio, the 17-year-old protagonist, to let himself feel his emotions. I would argue that it was this scene alone which made

Denver doesn’t sleep on Sleeping Beauty

Colorado Ballet awakens theatergoers with production From the evening of Oct. 5 to the 14, the celebrated Denver Center for the Performing Arts put on a daily and inspired performance of Marius Petipa and Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s famous ballet, Sleeping Beauty. A night of enchantment