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The Fall of Pandora Radio

A Streaming service faces buyout Pandora Radio released in 2005, and upon its release it was very popular because they offered something that the audience really wanted: automated music recommendations. Pandora makes music stations based on select artists. Today, Pandora is trying to stay afloat. 

The aftermath of a long government shutdown

A look at how things are holding up On Dec. 22, 2018, the government was partially shut down over the funding of President Trump’s proposed border wall. Over a month later, this has become the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. According to The Colorado

Scariest movie of the year: Hell Fest

A slasher horror with a psychological twist Many horror movies are released each year, but one of the most unique and haunting choices of 2018 is Hell Fest. The film takes on the fairly standard formula of a serial killer dressing up and pretending to

The quickest shortcuts on campus

The Auraria campus is a big place and getting from point A to point B can take a while. But there are shortcuts to be found instead of taking the crowded main pathways, such as 10th street. Many students commute with RTD, a common destination

Santa Fe art walk embraces DÍa de los Muertos

For Denver’s finest art showcase celebrates the holiday The Santa Fe Art District sidewalks became crowded with those celebrating Día de los Muertos on Nov 2. All manner of people, some dressed up and others not, joined together to celebrate their loved ones that had

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Don’t persecute video games

VIDEO GAMES DON’T INCITE REAL-LIFE VIOLENCE There has been much debate on whether or not video games incite violence, but the truth is they don’t. The University of York conducted a study with over 3,000 participants, concluding that violent video games don’t prime players for

Tenacious D | Hope | Single Review

Columbia Tenacious D released a single called “Hope” to go with the first chapter of their animated series. Jack Black’s vocals discussing the survival of a nuclear holocaust are accompanied by a well-balanced medley of guitar and drum beats. This ballad expertly gives off a

The best music to listen to while studying

Three genres to get the most productivity The sound of silence can become deafening when trying to study. Sometimes it can be hard to look at screens or textbooks and try to concentrate when it can be tempting to go on social media or watch

Public Memory | Red Rainbow | Single Review

Felte Records Public Memory recently released an atmospheric single called “Red Rainbow.” There are frequent cymbals accompanied by occasional snare drum hits that switch off to a bass drum later on. For the first half of the track, the synth takes on a repetitive arpeggio