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Daughters plays sold out show at Larimer Lounge

Daughters plays sold out show at Larimer Lounge

Jonny Rhein November 17, 2018

Daughters is back in hell where they rightfully belong, and they’re taking you with them. The Rhode Island rock band returned to Denver after a nine year hiatus. They are currently on tour in support...

Fort Collins band Slow Caves band members Jakob Muller, Oliver Miller, David Dugan and Jackson Lamperes pose for a portrait. (Photo Courtesy of Evan Olea)

Slow Caves talks new music, early musical influences

Jonny Rhein November 8, 2018

Local band Slow Caves has made a name for themselves in the rock scene of Fort Collins and throughout the United States. In the four years since their official formation, Slow Caves has opened for...

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Collegian playlist: 10 songs to embrace the cold weather

Jonny Rhein October 18, 2018

Come on, Colorado, make up your mind. Is it fall or winter? Regardless of the season, cold weather has come. It’s time to tuck away your sunny summer playlists and embrace the mood of the cold. Here...

Aspen trees changing color in Rocky Mountain National Park. (Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

Last minute vacay: 5 Colorado road trips for a quick getaway

Jonny Rhein July 18, 2018
The summer days are dwindling. The time to plan an elaborate trip abroad is running out. Luckily, Colorado is a wondrous state that embodies all sorts of different atmospheres and views regardless of time.
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5 albums Pitchfork rated extremely wrong

Jonny Rhein April 26, 2018

A Pitchfork review can make or break the success of a record. The online music magazine Pitchfork does a lot for the indie music scene. So many bands who may have never had a voice have been heard because...

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra take their production a step further on ‘Sex & Food’

Jonny Rhein April 24, 2018

Put on your headphones for this one or you might miss some of the best moments. Ruban Nielson has come a long way since Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s 2011 self-titled album. Throughout UMO’s discography,...

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How to properly hit a bong

Jonny Rhein April 19, 2018

So you’ve never hit a bong before. That’s totally fine. You have come to the right place. Hitting a bong can be intimidating at first: Where do I start? What’s the right amount of smoke? Am...

The Netflix original series Love returns for its third and final season. Photo courtesy of Netflix.

Netflix original series ‘Love’ returns for its third and final season

Jonny Rhein April 3, 2018

Come on, who doesn’t love “Love”? The Netflix original series “Love” returns for its third and final season. It follows Gus, an average, unlikely hero who meets Mickey while she’s doing what...

The Hangover Painover, created by CSU alumn Bill Halamicek, is a herbal remedy thats designed to relieve the symptoms of a hangover. (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

CSU alum Bill Halamicek’s product, Hangover Painover, is a valiant attempt but not a cure

Jonny Rhein March 21, 2018
Bill Halamicek, a Colorado State alum, has made a valiant attempt to do what no other human has done before with Hangover Painover. While it certainly will not make your hangover any worse, unfortunately, it is not an end-all cure-all for a hangover.
The moon over Red Rocks Amphitheater Photo credit: Jonny Rhein

Indie concerts coming to Colorado

Jonny Rhein March 16, 2018
An overwhelming amount of concerts have been announced in the Denver area. With the rising ticket prices, it can be hard to pick and choose which ones to go to.
Michael A. Marr speaks at the Black/African American Cultural Centers event titled Being Black and Disabled Thursday, February 22.  (Josh Schroeder | Collegian)

Michael A. Marr discusses intersectionality, self-care at B/AACC’s ‘Being Black and Disabled’ event Thursday

Jonny Rhein February 23, 2018

Colorado State University's Black/African American Cultural Center is opening the dialogue about intersectionality with a series of talks called "Being Black and..."  Last week, B/AACC hosted "Being...

The Lory Student Center stands in snowy weather on Feb. 21st. (Brandon Mendoza| Collegian)

B/AACC to host ‘Being Black and Disabled’ in Lory Student Center Thursday

Jonny Rhein February 21, 2018

The Black/African American Cultural Center is hosting a series of events titled “Being Black and…” for Black History Month. Some of the topics in this series include “Being Black and Undocumented,”...

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