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Hauntings, houses, and everything in between

The best Denver Halloween events It’s spooky season and the time to celebrate is now. Here are four options for students to consider when planning their festivities. The Halloween Costume Ball is a 21+ event that takes place on Oct. 27 from 9 p.m.–2 a.m.

Avenged Sevenfold | Black Reign | Album Review

Warner Bros. Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Avenged Sevenfold, a heavy metal band that has been around since the 2000s, released a new EP called Black Reign that showcases four songs.  The instrumentation of each song melds together to create a cohesive movement that

How to stay in shape with a busy schedule

Easy exercises for those in a hurry With balancing classes and work alike, most students are going non-stop. It’s easy to fall out of good habits like eating healthy and exercising. However, studies have shown that working out is a big stress relief; it boosts

Jungle | For Ever | Album Review

XL Recordings Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Jungle, a modern soul band based in the United Kingdom, returns with their second album, For Ever. The instrumentation is strong throughout the whole album. There are a variety of drum and synth beats that are pleasing

Clyfford Still Museum offers standout collection

Visits awe and relieve stress There’s a small art gallery dedicated to American painter Clyfford Still that’s located next to the Denver Art Museum. Still was a leader of  Abstract Impressionism during the 1950s. According to the museum’s website, he “was among the first generation

Paul McCartney | I Don’t Know | Single Review

Capital Paul McCartney released a new single called “I Don’t Know.” It starts out as an instrumental with piano and acoustic guitar. Drums are then added into the piece, which creates a steady tempo that resembles his old work. The chord progression is rather simple,

Colorado Wildfires Are Mostly Under Control

It appears the worst may have passed It appears that for one of Colorado’s worst wildfire seasons—more than 431,600 acres have been burned so far, which is only usurped by the 2002 fires that burned over 926,502 acres, according to The Denver Post—the worst may

Twenty One Pilots | Levitate | Single Review

Fueled by Ramen “Levitate” is the newest single by Twenty One Pilots. Unlike their other songs, there is only rapping involved. The background consists of both synth and drums that somewhat overpower Tyler Joseph’s voice. By doing this, it draws the listener in and invites

Greek Life’s push to campus

A Positive Change The non-traditional Greek Life coming to CU Denver will create a huge impact on student life. With the development of a new model of fraternities and sororities, there’s an opportunity to not only be the choice model of 2023, but to  foster