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The Cranberries | All Over Now | Single Review

BMG Rating: Thumbs Up “All Over Now” is the newest single from alt-rock pioneers The Cranberries since the death of front woman Dolores O’Riordian in early 2018. Instantly, the intro pulls the listener straight back to 1993 with their trademark washed-out, layered guitars and open

Beyonce | Homecoming | Album Review

Parkwood / Columbia Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Accompanying her new concert film on Netflix, Beyoncé released her fifth live release, Homecoming: The Live Album, which was recorded during her performance at Coachella 2018. Since its release, the nearly two-hour-long behemoth has been widely

Trump signs executive order defending free speech on campus

Trump addresses concerns on US campuses On March 21, the Trump Administration signed an executive order aimed at protecting free speech on college campuses across the country. Specifically, the executive order seeks to make the amount of funding and support available to American universities contingent

Student Spotlight: Bayleen Baluga

Whale student brings diversity to student music scene CU Denver is a place where students never ever let their dreams get harpooned. Bayleen Beluga, sophomore, is no exception. Having transferred from the University of Melville (UM) last migratory season, Beluga experiences a unique set of

Tivoli opens new tunnels connecting it directly to DIA

Get to the airport faster and more demonically Sick of the usual attractions in Colorado being packed with tourists and transplants? Well, this Saturday, in a collaborative project with Denver International Airport, the Tivoli Student Union is finally unveiling its long-awaited exclusive Illuminati tunnel system,

Christ returns for the Second Coming. In Portland.

Christ seen sampling IPAs Last week, on the Spring Solstice in the year of our lord 2019, exclusive inside sources reported that our lord, savior and Messiah, Jesus Christ, has returned to the Earth for the long-awaited Second Coming. The soles of His holy feet

Badflower | OK, I’m Sick | Album Review

Big Machine / John Varvatos Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars After years of releasing singles and EPs, Los Angeles alt-rockers Badflower have finally released their anticipated debut album, OK, I’m Sick. Clocking in at a healthy 55 minutes, this record delivers an array

Denver announced new agreement on encampment

Denver, homeless community reach settlement in class action lawsuit On Feb. 27, the city of Denver reached a settlement with Denver’s homeless community in a class action lawsuit three years in the making. In 2016, civil rights attorney Jason Flores-Williams filed a federal lawsuit on

Candlemass | The Door to Doom | Album Review

Napalm Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars The Door to Doom, the latest release from doom metal pioneer Candlemass has proven to be well worth the seven-year wait. Not only does this release feature the band’s original vocalist, Johan Längqvist, for the first time