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The politics of the music industry

Commercial music consumption is at the highest it has ever been. With streaming services such as Apple Music, YouTube Red, Spotify, and previously free websites such as SoundCloud making the move towards monetizing its services, music is becoming more accessible, albeit controlled. This isn’t to

SGA Monthly Update: Meet the New Executives

ON THE HORIZON FOR SGA What is CU Denver Student Government Association, you ask? As an organization, we are the collective voice of the CU Denver student body. Much like the federal government, SGA is made up of three branches: the Executive Branch, the Legislative

What the Health: propaganda or truth?

A NEW PUSH FOR VEGANISM If veganism was not already the latest fad, it certainly gained a new light after the documentary What the Health was released on Netflix. The film’s host, Kip Anderson, sets out to discover the truth about how eating meat affects

Fun things to do in Denver under $10

AFFORDABLE ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS ON A BUDGET Being a student in a metropolitan city can certainly strain the wallet, even if the necessary sacrifices have been made. Sacrifices like giving up the convenience of driving a car to save on parking, gas, and traffic-induced emotional

Artist most deserving of a mass fan following

#TeamTAYLOR // Savannah Nelson Taylor Swift, at age 27, is a music mogul and icon in all things popular culture. Her rise to fame as an artist has created an unshakable network of fans over the years, as she’s transitioned into a household name. Boy,

Sincerest Political Commentary

SETH MEYERS APPEALED TO THE PEOPLE In the true spirit of election season, comedic political commentary was at its height after President Trump was elected into office, giving comedians and talk show hosts an inch which was quickly stretched into a proverbial mile. Late-night hosts

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CAM JAM returns to campus for 8th annual fest

FEST BOASTS LOCAL AND CU DENVER ACTS The University of Colorado Denver College of Arts & Media (CAM) and CU Denver Live! will host the eighth-annual CAM JAM music festival on Auraria Campus on April 27 at the Tivoli Commons Stage. Operating as a free

Unpaid internships: yes or no?

GET PAID OR BUST // ASHLEY BAULER Every year when April rolls around prospective students have existential crises in regards to trying to find an internship. They encounter issues when they have to decide between experience and compensation, an unfair choice. It seems that the

Single Review // Coldplay

“HYPNOTISED” // Parlophone Records Coldplay’s new single “Hypnotised” harkens the lovable British rock band to its roots after many collaborations and an album of what seemed like Top 40 radio noise. The track begins with soothing arpeggios of bells and piano, which work hand-in-hand to

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Non-traditional students left behind

CU DENVER HAS MOVED ON CU Denver was once an oasis away from traditional college trends: dorm housing was nonexistent, “commuter” was used as a positive attribute, and campus facilities held a single purpose—to hold classes, which students would attend and then promptly leave, so