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Raul’s Report: Who are you?

MAKING CHOICES AND OWNING UP TO THEM You may have figured out by now that I tend to be a little sentimental, and this time of year always brings out that side of me. Hands down, Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Thanksgiving is such a

Greta van fleet | From the Fires: Album Review

Artist: Greta van fleet Album: From the Fires Release Date: Nov. 10th Greta Van Fleet is a literal band of brothers Josh, Jake, and Sam Kiszka, along with Danny Wagner. And they’re bringing back classic rock with their own style. With the release of their

The growing legacy of St. Vincent

AN ARTIST ON ALL FRONTS St. Vincent, also known as Annie Clark, is an enigma. She comes off as well-read, especially for someone who dropped out of music school halfway through her junior year. Her musical persona is rife with cultural and literary references, from

Blood Tangent | Sarai Nissan

I’ve been pondering “higher-powers” a lot lately. I was raised lightly Jewish—by lightly I mean my Israeli parents didn’t care to take us to synagogue, really ever—but I have indeed dabbled in witchcraft which brings me to Satanism! No, I am not a Satanist, but

Writing Excuses is motivational procrastination

PODCAST OFFERS ADVICE FOR CREATIVES Writing Excuses is a weekly podcast for writers, created by writers. The educational podcast aims to help listeners develop their writing skills. By discussing the intricacies of writing everything from novels to screenplays, listeners with any specific interest in writing

Comedian couple creates cult following

JEANS REMAIN BOTH HIGH AND TIGHT Over the past decade, podcasts have grown into becoming one of the primary forms of media. Content creators have utilized the platform to express incredibly personal material to massive audiences on a regular basis, catapulting podcasts into one of

Hillary Clinton tells Denver what happened

SEXISM IN POLITICS AND WHAT COMES NEXT “This isn’t just about what happened—it’s about what’s happening right now,” Secretary Hillary Clinton said to a Denver crowd while promoting her new memoir, What Happened. “This book is as much about America’s future as it is about

Inventing Room makes triumphant return

SNACK WITH SCIENCE After being forced out of its first lease on Lawrence Street, The Inventing Room has reopened in a bigger and better location in the West Highlands area. It is the ultimate snack spot for all ages. The Inventing Room sells a variety

The Little Prince finds itself on campus

THE BELOVED TALE PERFORMED AT THE KING CENTER The Little Prince is a beloved French tale about a pilot who’s stranded in the desert after his plane crashes, and he meets a young prince, whom he later befriends. While the pilot tries to fix his

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

Season two of Stranger Things was released a month ago. Naturally, I binge-watched it over the break. Its ubiquitous and awesome praise made it impossible to ignore—even if I tried. If you don’t know what Stranger Things is, I’m positive you’re lying. If you really