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Daily Archives: April 18, 2018

why i turned off auto-capitalization on my phone

I’ve always been aesthetically drawn to the singular lowercase “i,” so without much justification, I shut off the settings on my iPhone that forced the subjects of my sentences to stand tall as capitals. It was visually pleasing. Casual. An easy way of distancing myself

Should designated smoking areas apply to e-cigs?

Vape be gone Opinion by Haley Frank E-cigarettes have often been labeled as healthier than traditional cigarettes, but studies have shown that they may not be the healthy alternative the public perceives them as. People should still have the right to choose whether or not

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People need to see diverse cinema

Audiences are the solution to increasing representation With Marvel’s Black Panther poised to become the third highest domestically grossing film of all time, it’s time to have a discussion about diversity in cinema. Diversity is a two-way street. While audiences demand diversity, both in ethnicity

Blood Tangent | Column

I think the tragedies that really make my blood turn cold are the things that could literally happen to anyone, at anytime, or in any place. The chances are I’m not going to be a victim of a cult or get trapped on top of a

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The Garden bring smiles to Denver

Duo shakes up a sunday night The Garden is a musical group from Orange County comprised of just two band members, Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, who are identical twins. The pair played at Denver’s Marquis Theater on April 8. The duo strolled out on the

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The 13th Chime | Baby Jane | Single Review

Record label: Sacred Bones  The 13th Chime formed in 1980 in the small London overspill town of Haverhill, Suffolk. Born out of the British punk scene, the band released three of the finest and most underrated post-punk singles: “Coffin Maker,” “Cursed,” and “Fire.” They disbanded

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Rocky start for Colorado baseball

The Rockies disappoint but do not surprise The Rockies have started off their 25th anniversary year characteristically—rocky. The team has only played 18 out of 162 games on the season, so it’s difficult to say what the rest of the year holds in store, but despite

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Deathiversary | Kurt Cobain

February 20 1967 – April 5 1994 On April 5, 1994 Kurt Cobain was found dead in his Seattle, Washington home. Cobain was only 27 when he died. Cobain grew up listening to hard rock and heavy metal bands like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, and

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CVA will be closing for the summer

Students must seek new places to live Most students on campus have had the immense pleasure of living at Campus Village Apartments (CVA) for at least a year, especially if they are from out of state or live too far away to commute. Some of