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Daily Archives: September 19, 2018

Stay alert when on the streets

Being safe is more than looking both ways Since people were kids, they were always told to look both ways before crossing the street. While this still remains an important rule, there’s more that people can do to be a safe pedestrian.  With the invasiveness

The Call of the Void

On Writing Before I went to college, I made a vow to myself to stop procrastinating and always strive to get ahead. And for the most part, I’ve been pretty successful in keeping up with school and work. I have to give myself pretty strict

Is it okay to wear another college’s apparel?

Be true to your school Opinion by Amanda Blackman It’s not unusual to see students wearing gear from colleges they do not attend. The act of doing so does nothing beneficial for the school’s community or the wearer’s reputation. When someone is wearing gear from

Why is poaching still happening?

People need to be educated about its effects According to the Humane Society, “For every animal that is hunted legally, there is another one that is poached, adding up to tens of millions of animals being illegally killed every year.” Poaching has become a widespread

Undercover

The Healer My eyes rise to the night sky as Florence sang the words, “You need a big god / big enough to fill you up.” As I watched her under the lights, statuesque as her voice soared over our heads, I tried to imagine

Cruising the grounds at Grandoozy

Colorado’s Newest Music Festival Grandstand Media and Superfly Productions opened the gate to their newest creation, Grandoozy, on Sept. 14. The three-day festival took place just south of Downtown Denver at the Overland Golf Course. Headliners Kendrick Lamar, Florence + the Machine, and Stevie Wonder

The Plot Thickens

Three Days at Greenmount This weekend, my favorite artist, Alex Clare, released a new album. Unfortunately, this album didn’t include new music, only acoustic covers of songs from his previous three albums. Fortunately, it was completely worth the wait, which was about two years. With

Clyfford Still Museum offers standout collection

Visits awe and relieve stress There’s a small art gallery dedicated to American painter Clyfford Still that’s located next to the Denver Art Museum. Still was a leader of  Abstract Impressionism during the 1950s. According to the museum’s website, he “was among the first generation