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Daily Archives: February 7, 2018

News coverage needs to stay current

What Trump said was bad—now move on During a bipartisan meeting held on Jan. 9 to discuss immigration policy and the fate of the DACA bill, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) insisted that President Trump used vulgar language to describe Haiti and African nations. The news

Does Logan Paul deserve a second chance?

Everyone makes mistakes Opinion by Amanda Blackman Every person needs an opportunity for a second chance, no matter how atrocious their actions may have been. In the case of Logan Paul’s actions in the Aokigahara Forest of Japan, he deserves an opportunity to be redeemed.

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Amazon wins best Super Bowl commercial

Creative concept and cameos from celebrities Everyone knows the highlight of the Super Bowl is the commercials. That’s why each year, advertising agencies spend big bucks to make the most memorable ad they know millions of viewers will be watching. Usually, this results in hilarious

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Lately (not really, it’s a constant thing in my life) I’ve been obsessed with 90s dance music. Upon my late-night drives home from work and class, I blast it as it brings childhood nostalgia and makes me happy. It also keeps me awake. But recently,

Pencil Shavings

Every year, millions of people gather in their homes to witness the most exciting football event of the year: the Puppy Bowl. With pup players on the field, a rescue sloth assistant-referee, a chicken piano-player, piggie cheerleaders, and a kitty halftime show, Puppy Bowl XIV

The Minority Report | Ashley Kim

Between close scores and—my personal favorite—Tom Brady getting sacked, Super Bowl 52 was not a boring game, by any means. The Eagles put up a good fight and came out victorious with a much-deserved win, proving that sometimes the best way to be viewed is

HyperLynx does it on their own

New club embraces being an underdog The future is here, the future is now, and the future is “HyperLynx.” “We were originally a senior mechanical design project two years ago,” Wencil Stanek, the team leader, said. “Now, we’re just a club that’s open to CU

Grants encourage students to pursue education

Granting education to all Attending college is an expensive endeavor for most students. With the cost of higher education increasing by an average rate of five percent over the past decade, according to The College Board, it is understandable how rising college costs may create