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Denver Film Festival hosts showcase for student films

CU DENVER STUDENTS RECEIVE RECOGNITION  After nearly 10 years of students submitting films, CU Denver received its own night at the 40th annual Denver Film Festival. It was a request made by the College of Arts and Media when they started sponsoring the festival this

Historic walk reveals Auraria’s storied past

TOUR LED BY AHEC CEO One may wonder about the history of the Ninth Street Historic Park and the Tivoli Student Union on Auraria campus. The Historic Walk, sponsored by Atlas Obscura, takes its participants on a walk from Ninth Street all the way to

CU Denver Live!’s Art of Costuming

ANNUAL EVENT CELEBRATES COSPLAY On Oct. 3, CU Denver Live! hosted The Art of Costuming, an event that celebrated professional costume builders. The event lasted from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and featured a panel of cosplayers and costume enthusiasts: Jim Shima, Ginny Diguiseppi, Alyson

CU Denver Live!’s Art of Cooking

ANNUAL EVENT CELEBRATES ASIAN CUISINE On Thursday Sept. 14, CU Denver Live! put on one of their most popular events: The Art of Cooking. Located at Cook Street Culinary School off Market Street, students walked from campus to the kitchen, eager to cook but even

Tivoli Brewery celebrates second anniversary

CELEBRATION OF COMMUNITY AND BEER On Friday, Sept. 8, the Tivoli Brewery hosted a beer festival to celebrate its two-year anniversary of the opening of their taproom located inside the Tivoli Brewery. With around 15 beer tents and live music, there was plenty of fun

National Book Award finalist Ada Limón visits campus

POET GIVES READING, BOOK SIGNING Ada Limón is the author of four poetry books including Bright Dead Things, which was named a finalist for the 2015 National Book Award in poetry. The collection was also a finalist for the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Awards, a finalist

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Reap rewards of dumpster diving without the stigma

STUDENT LIFE LEFTOVERS ASTOUND AND AMAZE For students looking for a freemium feast that strikes the perfect balance between quality and adventure, look no further than any open space in the Tivoli Monday through Friday on Auraria Campus. The last scraps of catered meals offer

CU Denver professor launches debut novel

EMILY RUSKOVICH IS SET UP FOR SUCCESS “It made no sense. Frightened, Ann went inside, grocery bags in her arms. In the dim light from the floor lamp, she saw that there were many holes cut into the knotty-pine walls, leading to the outside…Her heart

Author Manuel Muñoz hosts reading at CU Denver

4th Annual Jake Adam York Memorial Reading Short fiction writer and novelist Manuel Muñoz was the latest guest to helm the Jake Adam York Memorial Reading, an event held every spring to honor the legacy of CU Denver English professor York since his unexpected passing

Art + Lit provokes discussion at the Lighthouse

CU PROFESSOR PRESENTS ON POP ART On Feb. 3, the Lighthouse Writers Workshop hosted their monthly Art + Lit session featuring CU Denver Assistant Professor of Art History Yang Wang and local writer Alison Alexander. Andrea Dupris, the director of the Lighthouse Writer’s Workshop, teamed