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PUP | Morbid Stuff | Album Review

Rise Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Canadian punk rock band PUP returns with their third record, Morbid Stuff. After establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the genre by combining indie-rock beats with the emotional strength of pop-punk ballads, stitched

Auraria Sustainable Campus Program celebrates Earth Day every day

ASCP addressing composting rate Created from a student-led initiative, the Auraria Sustainable Campus Program (ASCP) addresses one major goal: reducing the ecological footprint of the Auraria Campus. To do this, ASCP works to create on-campus projects to reduce waste, increase knowledge about sustainability, and treat

99% Invisible is 100% remarkable

Podcast turns the overlooked into the unforgettable When was the last time the gently sloping sidewalks were appreciated for their design to make the world more accessible for the disabled? Or the design of drawn dinosaurs? Or the thought about just how the city of

Polis signs “Red Flag” gun control bill

Many Colorado sheriffs have denounced the new law Gov. Polis signed the HB19-1177 bill into law on April 12, which puts in place extreme risk protection order (ERPO) laws to minimize gun violence. This bill allows for family members or law enforcement to temporarily remove

Two Door Cinema Club | Talk | Album Review

Prolifica Inc. Rating: Thumbs Up Indie-rock group Two Door Cinema Club returns with their single “Talk.” Taking a step away from more guitar heavy tracks, “Talk” has a strong pop influence. With a basic upbeat hook, the track sounds like nothing more than background noise

“Black Klansman” Ron Stallworth visits CU Denver

Stallworth encourages students to be agents of change From becoming the first black police officer in the Colorado Springs Police Department to infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan and now being the subject of an award-winning film, Ron Stallworth has lived a life worth talking about.

Free the G: An investigative report

Kenny G still stuck in Kanye’s twisted fantasy What began as a Valentine’s Day gesture may have become the crime of the century. Kanye West’s Valentine’s Day gift to Kim Kardashian included a room full of bud vases with single roses surrounding legendary jazz musician

Guy Fieri re-elected as mayor of Flavortown

A gangster event for a gangster dude  Re-elected for his 18th term as mayor of Flavortown, Guy Fieri continues his savory rule of his hometown. Mayor Fieri won the popular vote of cheering loudly, as well as an addition to his repertoire by winning the