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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

People should be cautious of cosmetics

Buying cruelty- free can save a life With all the resources and knowledge about the cosmetics industry today, consumers should refrain from buying cosmetics that aren’t cruelty-free. Likewise, in the cosmetics industry, companies should be making and selling cruelty-free products.  In the beauty industry today,

Gabbie Hanna | Honestly | Single Review

No Label Gabbie Hanna’s new single “Honestly” tells a powerful story of being in a toxic relationship. The lyrics, “Got me second guessing everything you say / Thinking that I know you, but you’re really a stranger,” represent that. Not only do the lyrics show

Metro student runs for board of education

Tay Anderson brings a student perspective to the election   At just 20 years old, Tay Anderson is one of the youngest people to ever run for a seat on the Denver Board of Education. In early August, Anderson announced that he will be running