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Daily Archives: April 22, 2020

Words from a wallflower

Holy Duck Exactly seventy days after I received a waitlist email from the University of Oregon (my first choice for a law school), I received this one: “It is my pleasure to inform you of your admission to the University of Oregon School of Law

Treating mental health in the time of a global health crisis

Digital resources for those experiencing mental distress Living through a global pandemic makes accessing mental healthcare more important than ever. While seeing a therapist may seem difficult given the circumstances, multiple resources on and off campus are still actively providing desperately needed mental health services.

History of Zoom

How a romance sparked a multi-billion dollar company.  One of the most used applications right now is Zoom. It has been used to take the place of the classroom and transform the traditional classroom into a virtual one. With the upending of traditional teaching, it has

Amanda Blackman’s Dark Place

Like most of us, the new forever-at-home vibe to life has changed my sleeping schedule. For some people I know (aka my husband), bedtimes are getting pushed way back. Some people I know of are even becoming fully nocturnal. Their bedtime hovers around 7am, and

CU will not refund tuition dollars

Why there should be a different solution to aid students On Wednesday, April 14, CU Denver Campus Communication’s COVID-19 Update discussed the University’s decision to only refund housing and parking, saying there will be no refund of tuition, specifically stating: “We expect that you will complete the spring

Deathiversary | Prince

June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016 Four years later, and many still praise the work and talent of pop sensation Prince. A musician who integrated many different levels of musical genres—from funk to rock, R&B, new wave, and soul—Prince was an individual that even Spotify notes,

A festival for all

Coachella documentary shows the steady growth of inclusion With two decades under its eclectic belt, the documentary, Coachella: 20 Years in The Desert, directed by Chris Parkel, reviewed the history of the now famed festival. Paul Tollett—the founder and current C.E.O. of the concert promoter Goldenvoice—got the event started at the Empire

SOMEWHERE IN NEVERLAND

~summer vibes~ Lately I’ve been listening to a lot of songs that give me those ~summer vibes~ to help ease how stir crazy I’ve been feeling, maybe it’s making it worse I don’t know. Since moving back to Wyoming and my high school bedroom for