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Monthly Archives: February 2018

El Camino leads customers to flavortown

Latin flare from brunch to burritos In a city where brunch—the most sacred of weekend ceremonies—has been targeted with inflated prices and unapproachable long lines, it is refreshing to see some restaurants keep prices low. El Camino Community Tavern, located on 32nd and Lowell, has

Government shutdowns receive backlash

Are shutdowns as severe as they sound? The government shut down from midnight on Saturday, Jan. 20 to Jan. 22. Though this only lasted about two days, government shutdowns are important political events that Americans need to pay attention to. The jargon that surrounds these

“Day Zero” water crisis looms in Cape Town

Global water supply draining Imagine a day without access to water. No easy flip of the faucet, no simple cup of coffee, no thoughtless flush of a toilet—nothing. As one of the resources that are taken for granted by many, the global issue of water

More than undocumented: workers, creators, DREAMers

The impact of Trump’s decision on students The new era of American immigration policy headed by the Trump administration has set the lives of many in flux, considering that the historical demographic makeup of the United States consists of immigrants from many different foreign countries.

Tommy Genesis | Lucky | Single Review

Record Label: Downtown Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Tommy Genesis isn’t the cliche female rapper. The self-proclaimed “fetish rapper” sings with a voice that is rough and impassioned. Her verses are as perverted as they are infectious, and her production can be described

We were the children raised by gun violence

Psychologically speaking, it’s easier to dehumanize each other than not. A service industry employee who stands behind a counter is more likely to be treated poorly by customers than an employee whose entire body is visible—fragmentation leads to objectification, the reduction of a complexly lived

Migos | Culture II | Album Review

Record Label: Capitol Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Released in late January, Culture II by Migos is just more of their old sound in a shiny new package. This is the third studio album to come from the hip hop trio, but the

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Colorado has a history of star olympians

Mile-high athletes span across the globe Colorado is world-renowned for its outdoor activity, no matter the season. However, winter sports reign supreme in the Rocky Mountains. With the 2018 Winter Olympics in full swing in PyeongChang, Colorado has sent 36 athletes to compete in 17