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Monthly Archives: September 2020

Out of the house, into these coffee shops

top picks for cafes across Denver Online classes have proved themselves to be challenging for many students, and treacherously mundane. Long hours in front of the computer screen take their toll, straining tired eyes and inducing back pain, amongst all the other unique drawbacks that

Student spotlight: Nonessential Personnel

genre isn’t essential with this band of new students Nonessential Personnel is a group that has both ironically and certainly marked themselves as essential in the time of COVID-19. The band hails from California, however most of the members are now local, attending CU Denver.

Stop shaming people for not immediately responding

stop expecting everyone to drop everything for emails Nowadays, 99% of the world’s communication is contained to cell phones. All day, buzz buzz buzz: emails, texts, phone calls, Zoom calls. Despite a global pandemic, the world is more connected than ever with the rise of

Scream still holds the horror crown

Fans are still screaming When studying the horror genre of film, there are many features that could be considered the greatest horror film of all time. The first few that come to mind are classics like Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960), John Carpenter’s Halloween (1979), and

Elon doesn’t deserve the hype.

The man is more hype than substance. Elon Musk–  one of the richest people on earth.  He’s seen as one of the most innovative and pioneering minds in the business, aerospace, and entrepreneurial industries. With an extremely loyal, but naïve group of supporters, Musk garners

ARC Supports Students Struggling with Addiction

Auraria Recovery Community helps students grow  According to the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, collected by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 19.7 million Americans struggle with addiction. In Denver alone, over 400,000 people reported having a substance abuse disorder