I’ve been obsessed with Sailor Moon since I was seven years old. About a year-and-a-half ago, the revamped version of the cartoon, now titled Sailor Moon Crystal, was released with the characters more closely designed to match their original manga counterparts. Obviously, I was super
I don’t usually like to call out the millennial generation for our flaws because each young generation had to deal with some amount of scrutiny from older generations, but there is one issue with millennials that needs to be fixed. We have lost the ability
Vice Chancellor Lisa Douglas is retiring March 1 after five years with CU Denver.
Some things are not worth committing to, like bangs. Some things are better left as an isolated fling—a brief rendezvous to be reflected upon with rosy retrospection. This newspaper is not one of those things. Every week for years, students have piled into this office
As an anxious person, I’ve found that the best way to evade non-stop panic and stress is through creativity. The past few weeks have been dedicated to a search for a stable imaginative outlet—adult coloring books, reorganization, and nail art have been utilized. However, one
Marco Rubio’s boots speak to a larger issue.
Does money make the major? Or, should we follow the age-old advice of “following your dreams”?
“Dumb Ways to Die” comes to Denver commuters.
The Oriental Theatre hosted a showing of the new season of The X-Files.
STUDENTS CREATE THOUGHT PROVOKING EXHIBIT Emmanuel Gallery, located at the center of Auraria Campus across from the Plaza building and adjacent to the library, is a creative firestorm of student artwork. The gallery turned 40 years old recently, and in honor of its birthday, a