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Monthly Archives: December 2019

Hancock vs. Giellis in wildest Denver mayoral race

How Jamie Giellis blew voters away The 2019 Denver mayoral race was a wild one. Between the run-off, the debates and the scandals, mayoral candidates Michael Hancock and Jamie Giellis reminded the public that local elections are just as exciting as national elections. While Denver

The best of 2020 democratic presidential candidates

What to look forward to next year Meet your 2020 Democratic candidates. Elizabeth Warren: Presidential candidates should be judged primarily on the SNL cast’s ability to effectively pretend to be them on TV. Kate McKinnon has already perfected her performance as America’s father’s side (and

The best meal on campus: Los Molinos

Local restaurant spices up Auraria campus Los Molinos easily takes the title of the best meal on campus. Every day, people line up out the door to get a taste of Mexico in the heart of Denver.  Los Molinos began as a food truck downtown

The most student-friendly coffee shop in Denver

Leela’s European Café At first glance through the large front windows, Leela’s European Café doesn’t look like much. But upon entering the establishment, it becomes clear that this is not an average run of the mill coffee shop.   Instead, it’s a trendy study space

The best nonfiction book of 2019: American Predator

Maureen Callahan’s chilling new book on a little-known serial killer He’s one of America’s most prolific and horrifying serial killers, yet only a few know his name—until investigative journalist Maureen Callahan released American Predator, that is.   His name is Israel Keyes. His victim count