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Meet CU Denver student Yazmin Castillo

Castillo is passionate about children and nonprofit work College is stressful. Work is stressful. Combined, these two things make for busy weeks with little time to oneself, and for some, that can be unbearable. Yazmin Castillo, however, is not like most people. A first-generation student

Inside Denver’s 2019 mayoral race

Elections will be held on May 7 The future of Denver rides heavily on the upcoming city elections, and nothing exemplifies this more than the tense mayoral race. While incumbent Mayor Michael Hancock has held the office since 2011, he has come into controversy in

District 9 City Council debate at Tivoli

Political Science Student Union hosts Auraria’s candidates   The time has come once again for Denver to hold city elections, and this time the Auraria Campus got involved in the campaign process. On April 9, the Political Science Student Union hosted a City Council debate

Reed Foehl delivers the soul of music

Foehl plays the Walnut Room On Friday, April 5, the soul of music hid in the crowded backroom venue of the Walnut Room on Denver’s north side as people waited to hear Reed Foehl perform.  Foehl, as his website puts it, “touches on a range

People are slaves to the modern workforce

A man is only worth his weight in labor The Industrial Revolution, which occurred between the late 18th and early 19th centuries, changed the face of labor forever. Large corporations were able to use technology in place of workers that not only cut their workforces

Spotify says no to royalties

Spotify rejects royalty terms Spotify, along with other large companies such as Google and Amazon, has recently come into controversy as the company announced its intention to appeal a songwriter royalty-rate increase. The whole debacle began in January of 2018 when the US Copyright Royalty

SWARMIUS Swarms in at CU Denver

King Center goes experimental SWARMIUS took to the stage last Friday at Auraria’s own King Center. Much can be said of internationally-acclaimed music group SWARMIUS’ music, but, above all, it explores the psychedelic limits of sound.  From songs like “Dragon,” a classical-techno groove based on