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Guest Contributor: Denver Broncos Brandon Marshall is Right

“We Have A Long Way To Go” Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall was called unpatriotic–and worse–for taking a knee as the national anthem played before the first three (winning) games of the season. Such kneejerk reactions could not be more wrong: Marshall’s fight against injustice is

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Miami Marlins’ Ace Suffers Tragic Accident

DEATH OF JOSE FERNANDEZ TREMENDOUS LOSS On Sunday, Sept. 26, Major League Baseball suffered an incredible loss. José Fernandez, 24-year-old right-handed pitcher for the Miami Marlins, was killed in a boating accident on the Miami coast along with two friends. Fernandez, a Cuban born pitcher,

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NOISE F.M: William Card

Excelling is an excellent feeling. I’m sure you fondly remember the last time you felt like you nailed it. A bolt of adrenaline surges through your thoughts and veins when you exceed at an unparalleled level. In addition to the feeling of being a sexy

LA-based Weathers Heats Up Gothic Theatre

NEWBORN ROCKERS KICK OUT THE JAMS The first crackling leaves of fall were tumbling on the eve of Sept. 24. An autumnal cold-front rolled off the western slope bringing with it a dynamic change in weather. In multiple senses of the word. Weathers, an LA-based

MTV’s VMAs: From Music to Mayhem

AWARD SHOW STRUGGLES TO STAY CREDIBLE The annual MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) highlight the music industry’s greatest talent in performance and video production. At least, they are supposed to. The star-studded event, which took place on  Aug. 28, has strayed away from being an

Extreme Mammals Make Their Debut in Denver

DMNS EDUCATES ABOUT ANIMAL HISTORY Today’s generation of kids are constantly living on the edge of excitement, living and breathing for anything bizarre and somewhat weird. All of this and more describes what can be found at a new exhibit, Extreme Mammals, now showing at

Local Artist Explores Subjectivity Through Collages

Point Gallery on Santa Fe is currently showcasing the work of local artist Jennifer Davey. The exhibit, What You Believe Is What You See, explores the relational experience of living in an era of turbulent politics and social self-reform. The paintings of Jennifer Davey—a longtime

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iPhone 7 Update: Yes or No

I WANT A HEADPHONE JACK Anyone who went to middle school in the early 2000s remembers the rage of Motorola Razrs and the absolute, undying need to have one. If only things had stayed so simple. Apple recently released the details of the new iPhone

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City Scapes: Morgan Mackey

A night that will go down in presidential debate history occurred on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. For the first time Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were face-to-face debating the issues that affront America. This is the first debate in a series of three before the election

Students Are Not Single-Issue Voters

STOP YOUR POLITICAL PANDERING Politicians are desperately trying to connect with the college voter demographic, and their platforms have inevitably revolved around student loans and tuition costs. On Aug. 12, 2015, Hillary Clinton’s official Twitter page tweeted out “How does your student loan debt make