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Superfood at a super price

healthy yet delicious meals around campus for a student budget Staying healthy while being surrounded by all the enticing food vendors on campus can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be so hard as there are options out there. The following meals are all

Dr. Andrew Scahill featured in horror documentary

CU Denver professor provides expertise in Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street If there’s anyone who knows anything about the queer subtext of A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985, dir. Jack Sholder), it’s Dr. Andrew Scahill. The 2019 documentary Scream Queen: My Nightmare on Elm Street (Dir.

Wholesome movies to watch while quarantined

Feel-good films to uplift the soul It’s easy to lose sight of one’s self during these trying times and being cooped up at home certainly doesn’t help. But this time in solitude doesn’t have to be completely hopeless. One way to distract the mind and nourish

An open letter to major movie studios

Dear major movie studios, moviegoers are fed up with what they’re getting. Where to start with the mistakes? It seems as though all studios care about these days is money. It’s easy to understand why; the more money these easy cash-grab films make means there’s

South Korean films deserving of the spotlight

After the well-deserved success of Parasite, people might be looking to check out more South Korean films. The following movies are some of the best South Korea has to offer.  The Host (2006)  From Bong Joon-Ho, director of Parasite, comes this creature-feature that actually has