Rings is the grandfather of fantasy Opinion by Trevor Leach When it comes to fantasy, nothing compares to the seemingly endless world of Middlearth. The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien set the standard for all other works of fantasy after it.
How club sports will be affected by new dorms As new dorms move in, the CU Denver’s Women’s Soccer team is moving out. Most teams are either moving to continue playing elsewhere, or disbanding and discontinuing their membership as part of the CU Denver community entirely.
Hatch is the golden standard Opinion by Isaiah Mancha Pick any restaurant, a diner even. Look at the menu. See that? If Colorado Green chile is supposedly better than New Mexico chile, why is that on the menu, it says Hatch Green Chile Cheeseburger and
How I Met Your Mother My parents met at a showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show in 1985. They would go on to date for four years, then get married on March 10, 1990. It’s a pretty simple story that can clearly be conveyed
The Scottish Play The world of theatre comes with many superstitions, like leaving a lamp lit onstage overnight so the empty theatre would not be cast in complete darkness, thus giving the resident ghosts the ability to perform onstage. Another superstition involves a curse placed
On the first Sunday of November, I woke up and took my happy ass to Popeye’s to finally get that elusive chicken sandwich that had caused the country to abandon all common decency. I thought I was hot shit using the Popeye’s app to order
I have two bracelets in a jewelry box, one blue that says hope, courage, faith and one yellow that says livestrong. My dad and I wore these bracelets at all times after he was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer, promising each other that we would
The Science Behind Pixar is currently installed at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and will be on display until April 5, 2020. This exhibit is described as a dive into all the effort it takes to create an animated feature film from a
Hillary Rodham Clinton and her daughter Chelsea visited Denver’s Paramount Theatre on Nov. 4. Tattered Cover hosted the event, whose initial venue was a church, but which quickly transformed to something much larger as interest and ticket sales exploded. The Clinton duo were here
CU professor celebrates new album Carmen Sandim, a piano professor at CU Denver and Boulder, performed at Caffè Sole in Boulder on Oct. 26. The performances came in celebration of her new album release Playdoh. The audience was filled with older jazz fans as well