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Preview: “Never Work For Free” by Tennis

Preview: “Never Work For Free” by Tennis

It’d be easy to say that Denver’s indie powerhouse Tennis are back, but the truth is — they never left us. Following up last November’s monster of a five-track EP, Mean Streets, the band released the first single, “Never Work for Free” from their forthcoming album Ritual in Repeat. The song is another cut of

Animeland brings fictional fandoms to life

Japanese cartoons and countless fandoms came to life during Animeland Wasabi. The convention, which aims “to give something more to the ever-increasing anime community by providing a ‘New Way to Anime,’” as their website states, crowded the Crown Plaza at DIA Feb. 28 through March 2. “Animeland, to me, reminds me mostly of that family

Artist Bimmer Torres is hired to paint a tiger on Jan. 28 at the Tivoli Turnhalle at Auraria. Photo by Alyson McClaran ¥

Volunteer Fair

By: Melanie Moccia Auraria kicked off the spring semester with a few events Jan. 28, including a Spring Welcome Back Fair in the GLBTSS Office and a volunteer fair in the Tivoli Turnhalle. Each event offered food and valuable information to students and attendees. At the volunteer fair, if you visited and talked to 10

A police office stands guard at the perimeter of Arapahoe High School in Littleton shortly after a call that shots were fired on Friday Dec. 13.  Two people were injured; one being in serious condition, and the other in minor.  The shooter is believed to have died due to a self-inflicting wound. Photo by Courtland Wilson •

Arapahoe County afflicted with school shooting

In a frightening scene that has become all too familiar in past years, parents stood outside a school building waiting to hear that their children were safe. According to Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson, deputies responded to reports of a shooter at Arapahoe High School just past 12:33 p.m. Dec. 13. Karl Halverson Pierson, 18,

Metro junior guard Mitch McCarron drives to the basket past Regis University's Kallen Link during Metro's game against Regis Dec. 7 at the Regis University Gymnasium in Denver. Photo by Timothy Hurst ¥

Metro runs past Regis in RMAC opener

The No. 6 Metro men’s basketball team used two big runs to string together a 71-55 road win Dec. 7 against Regis University. Metro’s 21-5 run in the first half erased an early eight-point Regis lead, as the Roadrunners carried a 37-30 advantage into halftime. A four-minute Metro scoring drought early in the second half

Metro teammates celebrate Nov. 26 after Metro's 83-69 victory over Canisius College at Alumni Arena in Elon, NC. photo by Scott Lentz ´

Roadrunners outshine Golden Griffins (83-69)

Metro men’s basketball beat Division I Canisius College 83-69 in the final round of the consolation bracket of the NIT Season Tip-Off Nov. 26 in Elon, N.C. The top-ranked Division II Roadrunners made NIT history with a 75-74 win over Division I Elon University Nov. 25, making them the first DII team to win two