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Should people send nudes?  

Sending nudes is not smart   Opinion by Sarah McLaughlin Relationships in the digital age have allowed people to be intimate in more ways. More and more people are exchanging nude photos of themselves as a sign of sexual attraction. While sending nudes might seem

The Call of the Void

Paranormal Activity If you haven’t watched the Buzzfeed Unsolved documentary series, I highly recommend it. Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej take you into the world of the supernatural and explore true crime cases that take you on an adventure of fright and terror from the

Celebrities are entitled to privacy

If they want secrecy, it should be respected Just because a person chooses to live a life in the public eye does not mean that every aspect of their life deserves to be dissected. If a celebrity makes a public request for their private life

Guest column

Nearly a year ago, I found myself in an uncomfortable situation. I was at a monthly book club meeting and we were supposed to be discussing A Time to Kill. Instead, the group members decided to talk about Matt Lauer’s firing from NBC after multiple

Guest column

At the end of my senior year of high school, I was faced with the difficult decision of either going to UNLV in order to stay close to my boyfriend or following my dream of going to school out of state (you can guess which

The Call of the Void

Rain, Rain Go Away As the air gets colder, the fog and mist blanket the skyline of Denver, and the light rain showers over campus, I find myself amidst a burn-out. Despite this being my favorite time of the year, the weather is matching my

Should CU Denver cap student work hours? 

Student success comes first Opinion by LeShaye Williams CU Denver currently caps the hours students can work in on-campus positions and should continue to do so. The University’s top priority is the academic success of its students, and that can’t happen if there is an

Gender bending isn’t the answer to feminism

Hollywood is making an unnecessary evil Ocean’s 8 is a reboot of a franchise that replaced the likes of George Clooney and Matt Damon with Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett as the leaders of a team of criminals attempting to pull off a heist. The

The Call of the Void

Belladonna One of my favorite movies of all time is Practical Magic. Starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman, the movie tells the story of two witch sisters who, because they carry the Owens last name, are cursed from finding ever-lasting love. I remember watching this

Are online classes better than on-campus classes?

On-Campus provides structure Opinion by Amanda Blackman Online classes offer more setbacks than benefits to most students. Students pursuing online classes are faced with unnecessarily steep student fees, separation from their professors, and a lack of structure. Every semester, students are faced with paying their