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Selena Gomez|Rare|Album Review

Selena Gomez just released her third solo album on January 10 titled Rare. Her last album, Revival, came out five years ago and fans have patiently awaited her return to the music world. However, is this album truly what the fans deserve? A five-year hiatus


Releasing their first compilation album between members of Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Records, JACKBOYS, consists of members Sheck Wes, Don Toliver, Octavian, Chase B, and Travis Scott himself present JACKBOYS. The seven track EP features other prolific artists in the rap business, such as Quavo,

Día de los Muertos celebration

People with faces painted like candied skulls and colorful flower crowns on their heads filled the streets surrounding the Denver Botanic Gardens on Saturday, Nov. 2, as they participated in the festivities that the Gardens held for Día de los Muertos.   Día de los

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National Novel Writing Month

There is a story inside of every person. It can be a personal story or something entirely fictional, but either way, everyone has something to say. November is the month above all others that allows someone to tell that story. November is known as the

Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature

The Denver Art Museum is an architectural marvel; it mixes modern angles with simple design that draws art enthusiasts to its halls. Many of the museum’s exhibits feature pieces from local artists and showcase Colorado’s creative history. The museum frequently showcases  renowned artists that draw

Queen | A Night at the Opera | Retro Album Review

Hollywood Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars The second album released by Queen, A Night at the Opera, carries very much of the experimental, unique style fans from all generations have come to expect and treasure from the band. The album most widely introduced their experimental, mixed-genre


A Visual Comparison Between Loveland, Colorado (09-30-2019) | Colorado Springs, Colorado (10-01-2019) Review

Defining Milieu art exhibit

CU Denver artist and associate professor Rian Kerrane opened her new art exhibit Defining Milieu on Sept. 26 in Republic Plaza. Inspired by Oscar Wilde, the exhibit “reflects symbolically how we use fashion to structure our environments and ultimately our world,” according to Kerrane.