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CU Denver’s most unique semester

University enforces new safety measures to prevent COVID-19 infection COVID-19 has taken what almost everyone, to some degree, was used to and has turned it upside down. Schools and colleges have become one of the most affected areas, as faculty, students, and staff work to

Florence + the Machine | Light of Love | Single Review

Virgin EMI Records Rating: Thumbs Up Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine has been considered by many to be the queen of indie-rock music since her debut album, Lungs was released in 2009. This new single, “Light Of Love,” is no exception. Blending her signature occult-sounding vocals and

The Cure | Disintegration | Retro Album Review

Fiction Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Listening to Disintegration is an experience that is hard to put into words. The dreamy post-punk sound of The Cure mixed with the lyrics discussing love, loss, and other deep emotions make the listener feel deeply connected to both themselves and

Havok | Post-Truth Era | Single Review

Century Media Records Rating: Thumbs Up  “Post-Truth Era,” a single released by Colorado-based thrash metal band Havok, starts out with a melodic guitar riff, which takes a turn into an intense thrash song, complete with loud aggressive vocals, and complicated drum patterns. Although it definitely has

Michelle Marks named as CU Denver’s next chancellor

A look at the two chancellor finalists  The past few months at CU Denver have been filled with uncertainty and confusion. Ever since the current university chancellor, Dorothy Horrell, announced her retirement last September, students and staff alike have been wondering what the next step

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Mystery box show kept the surprises coming

Swinging Noose Productions delivered a show every kind of music lover As many Denver locals know, this city has a thriving music scene. One of the best parts about going to local shows and concerts is discovering new Colorado-based musicians. Trailside Saloon and Swinging Noose Productions

Bernie Sanders Visits Denver

Local and national supporters rally for Sanders As of early March 2020, America is right in the middle of the voting season, and with primaries, caucuses, and rallies galore, Colorado is no exception. In the past few weeks, Colorado hosted rallies for Elizabeth Warren, Pete

Anti-Semitic graffiti found on Ethnic Studies flyers

The university denounces racism on campus On January 30, CU Denver’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) students received an email acknowledging an instance of anti-Semitic graffiti on flyers posted around campus. The targetted flyers were those of the Ethnic Studies Department event, “Let’s