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Be vigilant of how public companies spend their profits

don’t support companies with questionable morals On Oct. 10, Reuters reported, “Uganda announced plans on Thursday for a bill that would impose the death penalty on homosexuals, saying the legislation would curb a rise in unnatural sex in the east African nation.  The bill—colloquially known

The Sentry at the National College Media Convention in D.C.

critiques, keynote speakers, and creating a podcast by Jaleesia Fobbs, Samantha Register, and Alexander Elmore Every year the Associated Collegiate Press hosts a conference where student publications of any type across the country are invited to attend workshops, have their publications critiqued, attend lectures by

Developing From a Negative

The Chosen One In early 2013 I began writing a Phantom of the Opera fanfiction with a fellow phan (fan) online.  We wanted to correct the plot points we disagreed with from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical version of the story.  Neither of us were out

The Plot Thickens

Photograph Outside the registration room of the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) Conference there was a small display of cardboard posters on stands. Each poster board was printed with pictures that were being awarded prizes in a competition. As I made my way down the display,

A Work in Progress

This semester has been one of the most challenging semesters  of my college career thus far and it has made it very hard for me to be appreciative and proud of what I have and accomplished because it seems there are external forces of nature

The sounds of Chicago arrive in Denver

Whitney and Lala Lala play the Ogden Lala Lala and Whitney made a welcome return to Denver at the historic Ogden Theatre on Oct. 21. Facing the beast of a street that is Colfax Avenue for over a hundred years, the Ogden serves as the

Music publishers crack down on TikTok

Possible copyright investigation against TikTok While TikTok users have been consuming the wide variety of visual content available on the popular app, Sen. Marco Rubio and the National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) have brought attention to censorship and copyrighted audio content respectively. As of Oct.

SOMEWHERE IN NEVERLAND

Never Grow Up Growing up, my all time favorite movie was Peter Pan. I had birthday cakes that were Peter Pan themed, and I most certainly did not want to see Captain Hook on the trip my family took to Disney World when I was

Words from a wallflower

Two weekends ago, my family met up in Vegas to celebrate my stepdad’s birthday. It sounds like such a cliché that we spent a weekend in Vegas, but trust me, it didn’t consist of the normal tourist attractions, considering that my stepbrother and I are