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Film Review: The Goldfinch

Director John Crowley’s most recent picture, The Goldfinch, is a visually stunning yet structurally messy film. Those who enjoyed Donna Tartt’s novel of the same name will find the movie much easier to follow than those who opted to only see the film, but both


RCA Records Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Hip-hop boy band BROCKHAMPTON’s fifth studio album, GINGER, takes the group’s sound in a new direction. The band has returned with a different vibrancy as opposed to their previous four albums. Replacing the bounce of their older

ICE raids in Denver still a possibility

What’s happening and how to get involved Two months after President Trump declared Denver as one of 10 cities that will be targeted by ICE raids, the nation still seems to be holding its breath. The Trump administration has continually pushed back the raids, originally

Fear of school shootings is shaping America’s youth

Recent Colorado incident increased anxiety K–12 students across the state of Colorado got an unplanned day off on April 17 as Colorado authorities conducted a region-wide manhunt for Columbine infatuate Sol Pais. Eighteen-year-old Pais was found dead late on the morning of April 17 near

CU Denver finds Lost Lake Lounge

Rock, hip-hop, and R&B at Lost Lake Lounge Lost Lake Lounge was full of CU Denver students last week as the University’s Pop Rock and Hip-Hop/R&B ensembles performed a showcase at the venue.  The Pop Rock Ensemble had a self-described funk energy. Vocalist Cleo Daniels

Waluigi | Bohemian Rhapsody | Self Released

01Self Released Rating: 4 out 5 stars After being cut from the new Super Smash Bros lineup, the “evil” and “handsome” Waluigi has decided to branch off into the music industry. With all the spare time on his hands now that he’s free from being

Jonas Brothers | Sucker | Single Review

Republic Rating: Thumbs Up They’re back, baby. The internet exploded last week as the Jonas Brothers announced their return from a six-year hiatus with a new single entitled “Sucker.” And it’s everything fans of the early 2000’s Disney legends could have hoped for and more.

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,