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Fast fashion is bad for the environment

Why thrifting is more fun and affordable “Fast fashion”—a term used to describe the rapid production of on-trend clothing—has become a common term since the 1960s, when younger generations decided to toss their elders’ drab and boring traditions to pursue a more colorful life. This

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Denver art exhibit celebrates powerful women

“Women Behaving Badly” highlights women in history Six minutes west of campus, located off Irving and Colfax, sits the Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Library. It’s a small, fairly new library that holds books and resources for the inhabitants of the West Colfax neighborhood but also currently

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

At the beginning of this semester,  I thought my biggest challenge would be completing all the required math and science classes I’ve been putting off for four years, but, I never could have imagined the obstacles I would actually have to overcome. Late last year,

Should Netflix movies qualify for Oscars?

They’re taking money from the movie theater industry Opinion by Alexander Elmore Director Steven Spielberg  recently said in a interview that Netflix films should not be able to qualify for Academy Awards, but should only be able to be nominated for Emmys, as they should

Ramen proves to be best

Uncle ramen is a Denver must-have It is damn near impossible to find what makes the Denver food culture pop in one restaurant. But, Uncle, located on 2215 West 32nd Avenue deep in the Highlands, is the pinnacle of Denver culinary experiences, period. Every aspect

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Queer eyes are making straight guys look fly

Netflix original  challenges gender norms by Jeremy Holder and Matthew Kriese It’s difficult to find a show that forces intense self-reflection on its audience. Most shows on Netflix can promise to excite or fright, but few can cause tears to flow freely or laughs to

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Shake Shack arrives in Denver

Chain shakes things up in RiNo neighborhood Shake Shack opened its first location in Denver on March 21. Danny Meyer founded the restaurant in 2004 in New York, and the burger chain has been steadily rising in popularity with 136 locations all around the world.

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

A Quiet Place focuses on a family that has adapted to a new world in which they must remain absolutely silent to survive—or else they’ll be  killed by large creatures that have killed off most of  the human population. These creatures lurk in the woods and

Impact Humanity makes a difference

What the boutique does for the homeless Owned and operated by Travis Smith, Impact Humanity is the new face of Smith’s original brain child, Impact Locally. It’s a boutique fashion store off Welton in the Five Points neighborhood. Upon entry, the smell of fresh paint

Reefer Madness hits the Bug Theatre

Local theater presents witty propaganda On April 6, Reefer Madness: The Musical opened at Denver’s Bug Theatre. The show is an adaptation of the classic propaganda film of the same name from 1936 in which an unsuspecting young school boy is taken under the wing