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Most striking cover of the semester

THE PRO-LGBTQA COVER CAPTURES COMMUNITY’S ESSENCE There is a wide expanse of emotion that art can elicit from an audience, but there isn’t any cover as emotionally engaging as the Queer Lives Matter cover from this past November. The color palette that was chosen for this piece drew

Flyest festival to premier

BIG NAMES TO COME TO MILE HIGH CITY The same team responsible for putting on Bonnaroo and Outside Lands Music Festival has just chosen Denver as the newest location for their next venture. Is it fair to label this as Colorado’s best new festival before

Marcia Neville kicks off a career

COMMUNICATION IS A TEAM A SPORT Sports and teamwork are important to Marcia Neville. In fact, she’s made a career out of them. Neville grew up hopping around the country, landing in Denver after graduating from Ithaca College with a Bachelor’s degree in Radio &

Hillary Clinton tells Denver what happened

SEXISM IN POLITICS AND WHAT COMES NEXT “This isn’t just about what happened—it’s about what’s happening right now,” Secretary Hillary Clinton said to a Denver crowd while promoting her new memoir, What Happened. “This book is as much about America’s future as it is about

Inventing Room makes triumphant return

SNACK WITH SCIENCE After being forced out of its first lease on Lawrence Street, The Inventing Room has reopened in a bigger and better location in the West Highlands area. It is the ultimate snack spot for all ages. The Inventing Room sells a variety

The Little Prince finds itself on campus

THE BELOVED TALE PERFORMED AT THE KING CENTER The Little Prince is a beloved French tale about a pilot who’s stranded in the desert after his plane crashes, and he meets a young prince, whom he later befriends. While the pilot tries to fix his

Surf rock ensemble promotes self-love

THE DRUMS PUT ON AN INTIMATE SHOW AT THE BLUEBIRD With temperatures of fall waning into the freezing cold of winter, The Drums and their dolefully optimistic surf rock brought back a taste of the summer sun to Denver on Nov. 6 at the Bluebird Theatre.

Spitting in public is unsanitary and gross

NOT ONLY IS IT INDECENT, IT IS AGAINST THE LAW Many obstacles that come with living in cities seem completely unnecessary: potholes, waiting for buses in snowstorms, and constantly checking above for pigeon excretion all come to mind. However, above all trivial urban tribulations, none

Should national parks charge entrance fees?

FEES PROTECT THE ECOSYSTEM | Amanda Blackman Congress founded the National Park Service in 1916 with the mission of protecting natural landscapes and historical sites. The 58 national parks protected by the NPS welcome over 331 million visitors annually, according to their website. For years, the