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Post Malone | Sunflower | Single Review

Columbia For the upcoming film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Swae Lee and Post Malone have linked up for a new single titled “Sunflower.” The song brings a mid-tempo synth, which drives throughout the track that helps to bring an authentic, chill sound to the track.

Trick-or-treating should stop at age 13

Leave the candy for the children It’s Halloween night, which means the day-old tradition of putting on Halloween costumes to go trick-or-treating for free candy has come and little princesses, pirates, and superheroes parade the neighborhoods in search of the best tricks and treats. But

CU team awarded $4.5 million to build drones

CU Denver partners with CU boulder in new challenge CU Denver and CU Boulder researchers have collaborated with Scientific Systems Company, Inc. (SSCI), a Boston-based tech company, to design drones that would help expand exploration of subterranean environments, including caves, human-made tunnels, and mines. To

ESIL gives an exciting new educational opportunity

Program mixes environmental protection with cultural diversity CU Denver’s science department just announced a new certificate program called the Environmental Stewardship of Indigenous Lands (ESIL), the first of its kind. The certificate program offers training, internships, and job placement for students passionate about environmental protection

Alternative nightlife options for students

Places that welcome all ages When the weekend rolls around, students find themselves going out for the night to have a good time. While there are many places to go to in Denver for college students, it can be harder to find nightlife that is

Guest column

When I was born, I was born with no nerve in my right ear, leaving me completely deaf on one side. My whole life I have walked around only hearing our world unilaterally. Sometimes it has its advantages but, more often than not, I find

Review: Searching is bold and unnerving

Techno-thriller offers unique perspective Aneesh Chaganty’s  Searching is a high-concept thriller that evokes human emotions to its core, reflecting on the mere fact that humans are too attached to their devices. One night, Margot Kim (Michelle La) tells her dad, David, she is at a

Nicki Minaj | Queen | Album Review

Young Money/Cash Money/Republic/Universal Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Nicki Minaj’s fourth album Queen has 19 tracks, many being far from memorable. Minaj could have easily made this album more cohesive by limiting Queen to 10 tracks. But while much of the album feels out