CU Denver students make up alt-rock group The band Generation Nomad consists of four students completely submerged in music. Lizzy Kistler who sings vocals, Luke Sletten the lead guitarist, Gizelle Cisneros who plays bass and sings background vocals, and Josh Tibbets who plays the drums.
Kennedy is not the leader CU Denver needs Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt from a letter written by CU Denver SGA President Matthew Kriese addressed to CU Denver Chancellor Dorothy Horrell and the CU Denver Board of Regents. As my time in this role
Kennedy is a Microcosm of Millenial Civics I could use these 500 words to talk about Mark Kennedy as a politician, a businessman, or an academic. I could mention that his voting record, in reference to Brian Keegan’s article titled, “Mark Kennedy is a Mediocre Ideologue,”“more
Rock, hip-hop, and R&B at Lost Lake Lounge Lost Lake Lounge was full of CU Denver students last week as the University’s Pop Rock and Hip-Hop/R&B ensembles performed a showcase at the venue. The Pop Rock Ensemble had a self-described funk energy. Vocalist Cleo Daniels
CU Denver Ensemble Fest fills campus In its second semester of production, the College of Arts and Media Ensemble Festival took place on April 30. Migrating between St. Cajetan’s and a meager dance studio in the King Center, the festival displayed the Music and Entertainment
Lark delivers a dark twist to the genre Lark, an all-female-identifying a cappella ensemble here at CU Denver, consists of Isabelle Amato, Camelia Ceniceros, Cleo Daniels, Janae Hansen, Sage Shriver-Blough, and Abigail Orsborne. Lark began as a concoction brewed by Director Dr. Erin Hackel to
Campus initiative mirrors Colorado House Bill Through pop culture artifacts like Orange is the New Black and Oscar-winning film Period. End of Sentence, discussions about menstruation under difficult circumstances have entered into the political foreground. Having a period in a place without proper resources, such
Current SGA President Matthew Kriese offers parting advice The SGA election is upon CU Denver students. As the current members bring their term to a close, they part some advice and welcome this year’s candidates. The ballot is comprised of CU Denver candidates who were
A response to Greek Life I wanted to take a moment to respond to the March 20 issue’s Sound Off titled, “Greek Life Does Not Belong at CU Denver.” The article expressed concern that “Greek letter organizations are founded upon elitism, both social and economic.”
Stallworth encourages students to be agents of change From becoming the first black police officer in the Colorado Springs Police Department to infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan and now being the subject of an award-winning film, Ron Stallworth has lived a life worth talking about.