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Students can earn black belt by graduation

A black belt in Taekwondo can be a reality for prospective and freshman students with no experience in martial arts at CU Denver. Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that dates back to the 1940s, which incorporates various types, but primarily indigenous Korean martial arts traditions.

Louisiana Electro-punk Outfit Gleams Lounge

ROYAL TEETH MOSHES FOR COMMITTED FANS Going to a live concert can be an incredible experience. Seeing an artist  perform their music onstage can give fans a new outlook on their craft. The best concerts are like having an epiphany, experiencing an art that gives

The Music of POTUS 45

Though the road to the National Mall was fraught with challenge—many musical acts fell flat as artists publicly refused to perform or dropped out of the lineup following fierce lashback from fans—the inauguration of President Donald Trump came together with the traditional array of marching

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SINGLE Review // Wildermiss

Keep It Simple Independent Denver-based indie-rock group Wildermiss, released the single “Keep it Simple” at the beginning of January. The track is an interesting mix of several tempos and melodies, but lacks anything to make it memorable. The song opens to the repeated lyrics, “running

CD Review // AFI

The Blood Album Universal Music While it is quite common to see many bands  over the course of their lifetime to maintain a steady fan base, it is more uncommon for the band to maintain a tolerable sound. AFI released their 10th studio album on

CD Review // Kid Cudi

PASSION, PAIN, & DEMON SLAYIN’ REPULBIC RECORDS Two months after announcing on Facebook that he had admitted himself to rehab due to “depression and suicidal urges,” Scott Mescudi, better known as Kid Cudi, released his sixth studio album, Passion, Pain, and Demon Slayin’, which does

CD Review // The xx

I See You Young Turk Records Resolute personal struggle has finally lead The xx to resurrect themselves from within the shadows, releasing their much anticipated album, I See You released Jan. 13.  For their lo-fi listener-base who loved The xx’s previous two albums, I See

NOISE F.M. // William

“Thanks!,” “Holy cow, thank you! Couldn’t of done it without you,” or at least a “Dude. Nice.” are among the things I wish I heard at my first job. But considering it was dog-sitting an overnight for my neighbor, I shouldn’t have of gotten my

Bubu Puts Fresh Flavor First

DENVER’S FRESH REVOLUTION The “Fresh Revolution” is happening right in the heart of Denver at a little place called Bubu. Located underground in the Walkway in Larimer Square, Bubu’s customers can witness owner and chef  Troy Guard’s mission to bring the Fresh Revolution to Denver

Sherlock Crashes and Burns In Its Finale

THE GAME IS FINALLY OVER Holmes is back and worse than ever; in a shocking twist of events, the popular BBC show Sherlock has released its fourth—and possibly final—season, and has absolutely tanked in quality. Sherlock is a present-day take on the classic Sherlock Holmes