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Liza Anne | Devotion | Single Review

Arts & Crafts Productions Rating: Thumbs Up Liza Anne’s latest track “Devotion” is the femme power ballad the world didn’t know it even needed but is all the better now that it’s here. Instead of looking at a breakup as the end, “Devotion” chronicles a profound return to self. Slamming

Chancellor Horrell’s final State of the Campus address

Though enrollment dips, CU Denver’s future shines bright To Chancellor Horrell, CU Denver is in the right place at the right time to move from success to significance. Though the number of students enrolled and the budget are down, Chancellor Horrell chronicled CU Denver’s upward trajectory of

Music publishers sue Peloton for $300 million

Lawsuit threatens company’s quality and earnings Peloton’s allegedly improper use of pop music may be enough to impact more than its initial public offering, but the overall quality of Peloton’s product. The company faced a $150 million lawsuit from the National Music Publishers Association (NMPA)

Milky Chance | Daydreaming | Single Review

Elektra Rating: Thumbs down “Daydreaming” from 2014 staple, Milky Chance, does exactly what those familiar with the band would expect: indecipherable lyrics over a stoner rock beat. Space-like synth opens the track with lead singer Celmens Rehbein mumbling through a simple drumkit, making it easy

Bon Iver | i,i | Album Review

Jagjaguwar Rating:  4 out of 5 stars Justin Vernon, known better by his stage name Bon Iver’s new album i,i brings back all of the fall vibes of years past. This time though, Vernon seems to embrace the beautifully nonsensical sounding lyrics he has become

CU Denver hosts “Socialism vs Capitalism” debate

Debate encouraged diversity of thought CU Denver students and community members had the opportunity to engage in diversity of thought at the Socialism vs Capitalism debate, hosted by the Steamboat Institute’s Campus Liberty Tour. Notably, CU Regents changed the campus free speech policy last year