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Summer fun isn’t done

10 Things to Do in Denver While It’s Still Warm  One of the best parts of going to school at CU Denver is all of the activities that students can take advantage of during the last of the warm weather. Head to a farmer’s market!

Tiny Meat Gang | Locals Only | Album Review

TMG Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Duo Tiny Meat Gang debuted their first comedy rap album in late 2018, continuing their online comedy careers with a string of singles culminating in their album Locals Only.  Tiny Meat Gang consists of creators and internet personalities,

Fleetwood Mac lights up Denver

Pepsi center welcomes post-Buckingham band In their most recent tour, the beloved 70s pop/rock group Fleetwood Mac remembers their 50 years as a band and revisits their hit-filled heyday while contending with the passage of time.  In the past year, the band has  managed the

Los Molinos at Auraria serves up Mexican cuisine

Campus food truck moves into mercantile building Mexican restaurant, Los Molinos, has opened a permanent location on the Auraria campus, but they aren’t entirely new around here. The family-owned restaurant started as a food truck in the 1980s and has been coming to campus for

Ariana Grande | thank u, next | Single Review

Universal Thumbs Up Ariana Grande’s first number one single in the United States, “thank u, next,” grabs listeners and leads them into a celebration of love, loss, and growth. Grande’s new, smoother sound pairs effortlessly with her powerful message of reflection on past relationships. This

CU Denver animation showcase at Supernova

Unique festival gives cam students launchpad This past week, Denver once again became host to the Supernova Animation Festival. Starting on Tuesday and spanning the latter half of the week and into the weekend, the downtown arts district of Denver was brightly lit with a

The Kooks | Let’s Go Sunshine | Album Review

Lucky Cat Rating: 3 out of 5 Although easy to listen to, The Kooks’ newest album, Let’s Go Sunshine, lacks excitement. The indie-rock group’s 2018 album does a wonderful job capturing their classic alternative feel while simultaneously reworking their original sound to continue to grow