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New LynxConnect combines four offices in one location

Newly opened offices can be found in Tivoli courtyard Previously, students had to seek out CU Denver offices scattered throughout campus to find resources, but now, with the new opening of LynxConnect, four of those offices are in one convenient, relaxing location.   The four

Mike Posner | Slow It Down | Single Review

Island Records Rating: Thumbs Up Mike Posner’s new single “Slow It Down” is a far cry from his old hit “Cooler Than Me.” Opening with piano and backed up by chill beats, “Slow It Down” is packed full of meaning, such as with the lyrics,

Defining Milieu art exhibit

CU Denver artist and associate professor Rian Kerrane opened her new art exhibit Defining Milieu on Sept. 26 in Republic Plaza. Inspired by Oscar Wilde, the exhibit “reflects symbolically how we use fashion to structure our environments and ultimately our world,” according to Kerrane.  

Body Language: a body positivity event

With Suicide Awareness Week having passed less than a month ago, mental health is especially on everyone’s minds. Following this trend, the CU Denver Student Government Association (SGA) recently hosted Body Language, a body positivity event seeking to educate students on eating disorders and offer

Fall Study Abroad Fair showcases unique opportunities

Multiple countries and program options available This is what I want students to know: It’s within your reach.” These words come from Saira Hamidi, a study abroad coordinator for the Office of International Affairs (IA) who handles Global Education/Study Abroad. The Office of IA hosted

15th annual Denver Food + Wine Fest

This year’s Denver Food + Wine Festival ran from Sept. 4–8 and encompassed a variety of events. The majority of the events were small scale, such as “Dinner Under the Stars” and the wine glass seminar, but the main event was the Grand Tasting on

Movie review: IT Chapter Two

The Losers’ Club returned to theaters last week in the form of IT Chapter Two, this time not as children but as adults set on destroying Pennywise the Clown for good. This second installment maintained the nostalgia and horror of the first, while adding more

Reframing gun violence in a new light

Mental health needs to be address to combat this crisis It is an unfortunate reality that mass shootings in the United States no longer really affect people. News stories run for a day or two, and then people move on to the next massacre. Meanwhile,