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MØ | When I was Young: Album Review

Artist: MØ Album: When I was Young Release Date: Oct. 25, 2017 Danish singer MØ’s new EP, When I Was Young, revolves around the theme of identity and is her first multi-track release since her debut in 2014,  No Mythologies to Follow. The work surprised

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Pay what you can at SAME Cafe

Non-profit depends on sliding scale pay model Founded in 2006 by Brad and Libby Birky, SAME Cafe is dedicated to serving customers healthy, organic, and locally sourced foods prepared fresh daily. “SAME” stands for “So All May Eat.” The cafe is Denver’s first (and one

Serial Killers podcast lacks fluidity

CHEESEY SCRIPT DISTRACTS FROM SERIOUS CONTENT Serial Killers is a weekly podcast that aims to delve into the minds of various murderers throughout history. By dissecting their methods and backgrounds, one can hope to find a better understanding of why they committed the crimes they

John Carpenter | Anthology: Movie Themes: Album Review

Artist: John Carpenter Album: Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998 Release date: Oct. 20th, 2017 On Oct. 20, famed writer, director, and composer John Carpenter released Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998. Just in time for Halloween, the compilation is a reinvigoration of such classic themes as those from

Groundwater becoming heightened risk

WATER THE CHANCES STUDENTS ARE AT RISK? Every year, the Environmental Protection Agency publishes a list of sites across the United States that need contamination control. These are called “Superfund” sites. Most of these sites are former industrial complexes that have been abandoned. There are

CU Denver Live!’s Art of Costuming

ANNUAL EVENT CELEBRATES COSPLAY On Oct. 3, CU Denver Live! hosted The Art of Costuming, an event that celebrated professional costume builders. The event lasted from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and featured a panel of cosplayers and costume enthusiasts: Jim Shima, Ginny Diguiseppi, Alyson

Author of Goosebumps debuts new book

R.L. STINE AND MARC BROWN AT TATTERED COVER On Aug. 14, authors R. L. Stine and Marc Brown visited the Tattered Cover bookstore to promote their new book, Mary McScary. The crowd, a mixture of both kids and kids at heart, was a buzz as