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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Pencil Shavings

Most people would probably put The Office’s Michael Scott on the very bottom of a list of people to be compared to. He’s selfish, ignorant, offensive, and pretty much the definition of secondhand embarrassment. But I still don’t mind being compared to him. Just to

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Don’t get mad at the weather people

Meteorologists deserve some credit Weather forecasters have a hard job. They use the latest technology, science, and math to predict the unpredictable forces of nature. People look to meteorologists for wardrobe guidance every morning, and forecasters save lives by warning cities of impending natural disasters.

Momento mori

I am a construct of cusps. Born in the space between Aquarius and Pisces, I was given a birth certificate that listed my father as “unknown” even though my mother chose to give me his last name. He was in my life on and off

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Where are the female record producers?

The music industry needs more women For decades, there has been a great disparity between how men and women are perceived—especially in the workforce. This is still the sad fact in the contemporary music industry; female music producers are sorely underrepresented in the music business.

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Ho99o9 defies societal standards and courtesies

And are loved for it TheOGM (also known as Blue Face), holding a microphone and wearing a motorcycle helmet with his long dreadlocks peeking through, stood in the dark corner of The Marquis Theatre. His cohort partner in crime, Eaddy (also known as Yeti Bones),

Blood Tangent | Column

Blood Tangent is coming to an end. And I guess I am moving on to bigger and better things—but I’m not sure, definitely not cured, a little allured, and maybe a bit more matured. Over the past four years I’ve gone to more shows than

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Breaking myths of autism awareness month

On the Spectrum April is Autism Awareness Month, making it a perfect time to read up on studies and broaden one’s understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With that in mind, there’s a wide body of misinformation concerning exactly what the disorder is, how it

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CU Denver’s Battle of the Bands

Hard Rock Cafe hosts CAM’s best and brightest On April 19, CU Denver’s most talented musicians were put on display to win the ultimate competition: Battle of the Bands. CU Denver Live! hosted the event  at the Hard Rock Cafe inside the Denver Pavilions. The

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CU Denver club baseball strikes a win

A look into club sports at CU Being a non-traditional university, one of the ways CU Denver gets students engaged is through intramural or club sports. Club Baseball is trying to make a name for itself, and with the help of their recent wins against

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Lord Huron | When the Night is Over | Single Review

IAMSOUND Records On April 2, Lord Huron released their single titled “When the Night is Over” as a part of their third upcoming album, Vide Noir. The song sounds similar to another song they produced called, “The Night We Met,” and although the song is