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Review: Broforce

Review: Broforce

    Playing with your bros has never been this fun. “Broforce” is like an action packed “Super Mario Bros.” game with a lot of guns and enough bullets and explosions that would make a Michael Bay movie look like a cabin fireplace. The entire premise of “Broforce” is to spread “democracy” to third-world countries

4/20 Rally 2013. File Photo by Trevor L. Davis • tdavis84@msudenver.edu

Marijuana legalization celebration in Denver

4/20 Rally 2013. File Photo by Trevor L. Davis • tdavis84@msudenver.edu   This Sunday, April 20, is going to be the first 4/20 since recreational marijuana has been legal. Denver has countless events revolving around the holiday, and people from all over not just the country but the world, will come to the city to

Nickie Befus becomes her art in a performance piece done at 100 on 110. “Unless I'm involved in the piece it's just a still life. It's activated once I sit myself in that chair," said Befus.

“100 on 100” provides outlet for artists inside Carbon Gallery

Nickie Befus becomes her art in a performance piece done at 100 on 110. “Unless I’m involved in the piece it’s just a still life. It’s activated once I sit myself in that chair,” said Befus. Photo by Bryan Luchene • bluchene@msudenver.edu   Like the butt of any joke, fine arts students are often chastised

Landon Meier showcases his craftsmanship with his Hyperflesh silicone masks at the Melissa Behr Fine Art Gallery, April 4.
Photo by Charlie Hanson • chanso12@msudenver.edu

Artists face off at First Friday

Landon Meier showcases his craftsmanship with his Hyperflesh silicone masks at the Melissa Behr Fine Art Gallery, April 4.  Photo by Charlie Hanson • chanso12@msudenver.edu   On the first Friday of every month, Denver’s Santa Fe Arts District comes alive with food trucks, street musicians and art lovers of all ages. April 4 was the

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