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The Call of the Void

A House Is Not a Home Going home this year for fall break was bittersweet. Bitter because I still had homework to do over break, and it’s not a break if you have homework. Bitter because a week before break, I found out my ex-boyfriend

The Call of Void

“Birches” Winter is often seen as an omen of death. It is used to foreshadow something dark coming, and everything that once exuded life has slowly contracted into a dying, withering, nothing. This is contradictory to what is also declared as the most wonderful time

THE ROBLES RANT

A Feast For Kings (A Parody) This week, we are discussing sports. Sports in general. The Broncos are depressing… I think. Their season has been one for the books—a whopping standing of three wins and six losses. Their next game against the Chargers on the

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1..2..3.. Riddikulus! Halloween has finally arrived, and the thrill of the scare is at its height. Being my favorite holiday of the year, my senses are heightened, and I’m always in the spooky mood. And while there are many traditions surrounding Halloween, binge-watching the Harry

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The Haunting of Hill House I spent my entire weekend binge watching Netflix’s new original horror series The Haunting on Hill House, and it easily became one of the top favorites in my horror repertoire. Hill House is a show whose message resonates around the idea

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Paranormal Activity If you haven’t watched the Buzzfeed Unsolved documentary series, I highly recommend it. Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej take you into the world of the supernatural and explore true crime cases that take you on an adventure of fright and terror from the

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Rain, Rain Go Away As the air gets colder, the fog and mist blanket the skyline of Denver, and the light rain showers over campus, I find myself amidst a burn-out. Despite this being my favorite time of the year, the weather is matching my

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Belladonna One of my favorite movies of all time is Practical Magic. Starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman, the movie tells the story of two witch sisters who, because they carry the Owens last name, are cursed from finding ever-lasting love. I remember watching this

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Antiques Roadshow Everyone who has a grandparent knows that their grandpa or grandma’s house has a particular smell. It could be fresh-baked cookies or really strong perfume or cologne that you can physically taste. For me, this smell is stale cigarettes and old Colombian coffee.

CU Denver alum has a poppin’ career

Ernesto Rodriguez markets for local popcorn company Six months after graduating from CU Denver with a business marketing degree, Ernesto Rodriguez found himself in the aisles of a grocery store looking for a snack. It was then where he stumbled upon a brand called Oogie’s—a