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Denver Nature and Science Museum takes visitors to ¡Cuba!

A fascinating glimpse into neighboring culture After the United States reestablished diplomatic relations with Cuba three years ago, the American Museum of Natural History collaborated with Cuban scientists to create a new immersive exhibit about Cuba’s biodiversity, history, and cultural traditions in the daily life

Behind the curtain of 13th floor: how the horror happens

The method to the madness of Denver’s most acclaimed haunted house If it shrieks, claws, shouts, lurches, or moans, it can be found here… creeping behind every dark corridor and each manufactured monstrosity. 40,000 square feet of darkness and confusion, three themes made to disturb

Hauntings, houses, and everything in between

The best Denver Halloween events It’s spooky season and the time to celebrate is now. Here are four options for students to consider when planning their festivities. The Halloween Costume Ball is a 21+ event that takes place on Oct. 27 from 9 p.m.–2 a.m.

How to stay in shape with a busy schedule

Easy exercises for those in a hurry With balancing classes and work alike, most students are going non-stop. It’s easy to fall out of good habits like eating healthy and exercising. However, studies have shown that working out is a big stress relief; it boosts

Oklahoma! gets reinvention and standing ovation

Fresh insights on race relations The 75th anniversary of the musical Oklahoma!, currently in performance at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, is worth the watch. Starting with a wonderful rendition of “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’” there is a sense of passion from

Alternative nightlife options for students

Places that welcome all ages When the weekend rolls around, students find themselves going out for the night to have a good time. While there are many places to go to in Denver for college students, it can be harder to find nightlife that is

Clyfford Still Museum offers standout collection

Visits awe and relieve stress There’s a small art gallery dedicated to American painter Clyfford Still that’s located next to the Denver Art Museum. Still was a leader of  Abstract Impressionism during the 1950s. According to the museum’s website, he “was among the first generation

Vietgone is bring-the-house-down good

DCPA’s visionary new play Vietgone, the dramedy musical currently in production at the Denver Center for Performing Arts, is the play the world needs right now, and not just because it’s incredibly entertaining. Vietgone tells the story of two young adults who immigrate to a

The most accessible hikes in Denver

Five hikes for all experience levels Colorado is renowned for its outdoor activities, so it’s only natural that hiking is a popular pastime among nature lovers who call the state their home or choose it as their vacation destination. Despite the range of experience that

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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