On Sept. 2, the M.O.S.A.I.C LGBTQ+ Resource Center hosted their first ever Multicultural Matters Retreat. The retreat, open to all students, was from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the
Actor John Douglas Thompson, who the New York Times called “one of the most compelling classical stage actors of his generation,” is visiting the Ent Center this week. Thompson
Editor’s note: Gohlke’s songs will no longer be featured in the choir concert due to time constraints. It is likely that they will be performed in the fall 2023 semester
The UCCS Theatre Company is putting on a production that asks its audience what it means to treat people “decently.” Performances of “Indecent” by Paula Vogel will take place in
3.5 out of 5 stars The British monarchy: drama, glamour, paparazzi and petty feuding. While I’m not somebody who particularly cares about the British monarchy, this book piqued my interest.
On Thursday, Feb. 23, professor and author Kristin Kobes Du Mez is giving a talk on her book “Jesus and John Wayne” at The Ent Center for the Arts, Chapman
3 out of 5 stars I declared myself Mia Goth’s biggest fan when I saw her in “Pearl” and “X.” When I saw her name attached to “Infinity Pool” I
3 out of 5 stars Theatreworks’ “Aubergine” delights the senses by associating memory with food, but it is difficult to overlook the failure of some performances and questionable character placement.
The Student Literary and Arts Journal “riverrun” has successfully fostered a creative community on campus for the past 50 years by providing a platform for UCCS students to publish their
The Pikes Peak Center is finishing up January by hosting the national touring company of the Broadway musical “Tootsie,” a comedic examination of masculinity and the struggles women face in