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Scream still holds the horror crown

Fans are still screaming When studying the horror genre of film, there are many features that could be considered the greatest horror film of all time. The first few that come to mind are classics like Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960), John Carpenter’s Halloween (1979), and

Emmanuel Gallery exhibit explores memory through portraiture

Memory, Technology, and The New Age Portrait  Modern communication seems to have digitalized even deeper through quarantine, exacerbating the culture of online identity. In a time where no one was supposed to really go anywhere, technology moved in place, and whether it was used for

The starter guide to Dungeons & Dragons

How to play the most imaginative game In 1974, two friends, Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, decided to give their personal war role-playing games a fantastical element, and thus the game of Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) was born. For decades, players have fought monsters and

Arvada Center embraces Pink Progression

Celebrating 100 years of suffrage for women Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment passing into law, which ensured the right to vote for women in the United States, Pink Progression: Collaborations fills a chasmic void in representation of feminine identities at major art

The Last of Us Part II reveals the truth behind revenge

A blend of  horror and dramatic storytelling (Minor spoilers ahead) In the apocalyptic setting of The Last of Us Part II, set five years after the original in 2039, the mutated undead are the least dangerous things lurking in the shadows. Told through the point

CU Denver bucket list

Notable activities to check off during undergrad Starting college on any campus comes with many notable firsts for college freshmen, some of which are more campus specific than others. New students may want to have a sense of belonging not only on campus but in

Superfood at a super price

healthy yet delicious meals around campus for a student budget Staying healthy while being surrounded by all the enticing food vendors on campus can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be so hard as there are options out there. The following meals are all

CU outside the city

student RTD pass makes places outside Denver accessible Denver is a city uniquely composed of multicultural neighborhoods, trendy restaurants, and fill, but occasionally, it’s worth stepping outside the bustling city life within the concrete jungle and tight streets to explore the quaint Colorado towns. Every

Words from a Wallflower

A Piece of Home After I said goodbye to my family the weekend before school started my freshman year, I walked back up to my dorm at Campus Village to find a gift on my bed from my mom. Among snacks and small things for

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Best of CatVideoFest: Creature Comforts Edition

Watch cat videos for a good cause For the past few years, theaters all across America have shown the CatVideoFest, a feature-length compilation of the cutest cat videos out there. But the event isn’t simply profiting off of people paying to see cat videos in a