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Father John Misty | Mr. Tillman | Single Review

Record Label: Sub-Pop Records “Mr. Tillman,” released Feb. 20, is a new single from Father John Misty. His real name is Joshua Michael Tillman, which seems to be where his new single stems from—himself. The song starts off with the sound of what seems like

“Adpocolypse” hits YouTube

New policies negatively affect creators In late 2017, YouTube and Google had a small crisis when advertisers realized their ads were showing up on ISIS propaganda YouTube videos. Affluent advertisers left in droves. YouTube and Google followed up with guideline changes. These changes were implemented

Ty Segall | Freedom’s Goblin | Album Review

Record Label: Drag City Records Rating: Five out of five stars Freedom’s Goblin, Ty Segall’s newest album, comes from the cult garage rocker whose influence stems from rock music legends like Black Sabbath and Alice Cooper. The album is a scatterbrained, experimental collection that certainly

Puffiest clouds on campus

BEST PLACES TO VAPE AT CU DENVER Vaping has swept the nation, with millions of people owning their own vapor mods. It is a beautiful pastime; the vape nation culture is alive and well, and CU Denver is no exception to this culture. Many students

Anti-Trump rally centers on absurdist approach

CITIZENS GATHER TO COLLECTIVELY SCREAM AT SKY There was a very strange yet intriguing event that took place at Cheesman Park in Denver on Nov. 8. Hundreds of people gathered to scream at the sky. Literally, scream at the top of their lungs at the

From the eyes of the monster

CU DENVER STUDENT PLAYS TERRIFYING ROLE Thirteenth Floor is a very popular haunted house attraction that opens every year the weekend before October. They actually have a brand-new building, with a brand-new set up, and brand-new scares. With animatronics, puppets, and real-life actors, this place

The AVS 5K races its way through Denver

A FUN, NON-COMPETITIVE EVENT FOR ALL AGES The AVS 5K event, held at the Pepsi Center in collaboration with the Colorado Avalanche and the Dawg Nation Foundation, had a huge turnout this year. The event was charity-based, with five dollars of the $40 entrance fee

Free speech becoming major issue on campus

STUDENT ORG IS AT THE FOREFRONT OF CONVERSATION Free speech rights are one of the most talked about current political debates in this country right now; specifically, whether hate speech should be protected under the first amendment. There are examples of this debate around America