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Kehlani | While We Wait | Album Review

TSNMI / Atlantic Rating: 4 out of 5 stars In the couple years that followed the release of her first debut album, SweetSexySavage, in late January of 2017, Kehlani returns to the studio, releasing her third mixtape, While We Wait. As an artist on the

Badflower | OK, I’m Sick | Album Review

Big Machine / John Varvatos Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars After years of releasing singles and EPs, Los Angeles alt-rockers Badflower have finally released their anticipated debut album, OK, I’m Sick. Clocking in at a healthy 55 minutes, this record delivers an array

Lil Pump | Harverd Dropout | Album Review

Warner Bros. Rating: 1 out of 5 stars Harverd Dropout—yes, you read that right, with an “e”—is the latest effort from Los Angeles-based Soundcloud rapper Lil Pump. After cruising on the hype of his self-titled debut and single with Kanye West, Harverd Dropout is a

Should campus be a smoke-free environment?

No, the current system is fine Opinion by Tara Perticone The reason for wanting to ban smoking makes sense—it’s bad for those who partake and others who are around it. However, it is still a personal choice whether someone decides to smoke or not. CU

The Call of the Void

Charity Case I’d like people to think of me as a clothing drive. No, this isn’t my usual self-deprecating column but rather me encouraging you all to give me all of your flannels and coats. Mostly, because I find a sense of comfort drowning myself

Greek life does not belong at CU Denver

It continues to perpetuate racism, sexual assault, and elitism According to the CU Denver Greek Life Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Statement, “Encouraging a culture of empathy and inclusion, members of social Greek letter organizations are required to participate in a comprehensive leadership development curriculum

Guest Column

That’s pretty impressive for someone your age!” Cue the eyeroll. The most backhanded compliment of all backhanded compliments.  The crème de la crème of patronization. The most annoying, infuriating, and frustrating thing anyone could ever say to an 18-year-old.  I get that a lot. Look,

Denver announced new agreement on encampment

Denver, homeless community reach settlement in class action lawsuit On Feb. 27, the city of Denver reached a settlement with Denver’s homeless community in a class action lawsuit three years in the making. In 2016, civil rights attorney Jason Flores-Williams filed a federal lawsuit on

Another brick in the wall

Beto Mania I  understand running for office is daunting. Besides the time and financial commitment, it opens one up to a level of public scrutiny that most people want nothing to do with. It’s impossible to come up with a policy agenda that pleases everyone,

SAFE Banking Act reintroduced in Congress

Bill Could Provide Financial Security to Dispensaries According to the tourism website 420 Tours, there are 169 recreational marijuana dispensaries in Denver as of 2018. Four years after its legalization, recreational marijuana dispensaries are growing in number, popping up all over Colfax and beyond. Medical