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Daily Archives: November 13, 2019

Winter fun has just begun

The recent drops in temperature may have some wondering what activities Denver has to offer in the colder weather. Sure, bundling up and going for a hike in typical Colorado style is still an option, but Denver has more to offer to enjoy the winter

Student spotlight: Edwina Maben

Maben’s striking journey through music.  Edwina Maben’s life seems to be encompassed by music. As a singer, songwriter, and musician, music for Maben has always played a significant role in her life since she was young. A current junior in the CU Denver Recording Arts

The Phantom of the Opera

The tour of The Phantom of the Opera at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts  (DCPA) is billed on posters as “Cameron Macintosh’s Spectacular New Production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera.” The major differences between this production and the current


JFK A group of obnoxious guys in my freshman science class in high school somehow found out my middle name and coined “John F. Kennedy Anne Frank Amelia Earhart” as a new nickname for me. I’m not really sure what you call a name that people

Selena Gomez | Look at Her Now | Single Review

Interscope Rating: Thumbs down Selena Gomez’s new single, “Look at Her Now,” had the potential to be a wonderful tune entailing growth after a tough relationship. Instead, it’s an over auto-tuned nightmare that sounds like it would’ve been produced at the peak of 2011. The

Kanye West | Jesus is King | Album Review

Def Jam Records  Rating: 2 out of 5 stars A Christian-themed album that is short of its expectations and surrounding hype, Kanye West’s ninth studio album, Jesus Is King, is short lived, overworked, and overall an annoyance to listen. Running at a moderate length of

Led Zeppelin | II | Retro Album Review

Atlantic Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars When listening through II, one thing stands out: every song is remarkably similar to the one directly before and after it. At the album’s initial release 50 years ago, it was this aspect that kept it away

Colorado’s recycling rate far below the national average

Proposed bills aim to address issue Despite the vast amount of recycling containers dotting the Auraria campus, Colorado’s overall recycling habits are surprisingly lackluster. According to a 2019 study released by government officials, Colorado’s recycling rate was only 17.2 percent in 2018, well below the

YOU @ CU Denver provides a holistic approach to wellness

New online resource is a catalyst for connection Imagine taking three short personality quizzes to be given an in-depth review of personal wellness, then being given access to every on-campus resource and personalized digital content to meet the needs of areas that may be lacking.