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Daily Archives: November 1, 2017

Blood Tangent | Sarai Nissan

It is midnight on Dec. 31, 2010, I’m 14 and you are whatever age you were seven to eight years ago. I am practically infused with the sweaty teens and post-grads around me, all desperately reaching over the two-foot barricade, hoping their arms might grow

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

It’s been eight months since Jordan Peele’s Get Out was released and received outstanding reviews from critics and viewers—even scoring a nearly a perfect score (99 percent) on Rotten Tomatoes. Get Out was highly regarded as an eye-opening piece of mainstream media that exposed the

Pencil Shavings | Tessa Blair

Last week, I got to fly to Dallas with three fellow editors to attend the Associated Collegiate Press’ 2017 Fall National College Media Convention. We attended panels, listened to inspirational keynote speakers, and had our newspaper critiqued by other universities’ media advisors. Working in a

Stranger than Fiction | Matt Kriese

Political strife across the world has lead to continuously rigid dialogue between civilians. This fact alone has led to a great many people closing themselves off from politics. This is where shows like Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, The Daily Show, and VEEP have

Brief history of music and style

FASHION AND MUSIC HAVE GONE HAND IN HAND “Music and fashion have had a kind of incestuous relationship since the 50s,” designer John Varvatos said. “It started with people like Elvis Presley and pop-icons like James Dean. Then it exploded in the MTV days. Now,

Photo Booth: Boo at the Zoo

Last weekend, a multitude of costumed children and adults invaded the Denver Zoo in search of lions, tigers and candy. The air was chilly, and most kids were wearing winter jackets over their Spider-Man and Elsa costs, however, the cold did not deter them from

Was the JFK assassination a conspiracy?

THE GOVERNMENT WAS INVOLVED | Sarai Nissan These are the known facts: President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, slain by a bullet to the neck and a bullet to the head while driving down Dealey Plaza in Dallas in a limo

St. Vincent | Masseducation: Album Review

Artist: St. Vincent Album: Masseducation Release date: Oct. 13th, 2017 Released on Oct. 13, MASSEDUCATION is a surreal, new twist on pop music from musician Annie Clark, also known as St. Vincent. Diverging from her usual indie-rock sound, Clark comes out with an album that

Ai Weiwei debuts new sculptures

WORLD RENOWNED ARTIST BRINGS WORK TO DENVER Ai Weiwei’s work is world-renowned and seeks to not only have a political meaning, but also reaches for something deeper in everyone. The Chinese contemporary artist wishes to appeal to everyone’s humanity. On Oct. 17, Denver Civic Center

Marilyn Manson | Say10: Music Video Review

Artist: Marilyn Manson Song:  Say10 Release date: Oct. 9th, 2017 Marilyn Manson recently released his new music video, featuring Johnny Depp, for “Say10.” But instead of an artistic masterpiece, the video only proves that friends don’t always make ideal collaborators. On the surface, the “Say10” music video