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Monthly Archives: March 2021

Top 10 Responses to “I’m Sorry”

Ever been told “I’m sorry” and felt like there wasn’t any appropriate response? Everyone’s been there. By apologizing, people that are being apologized to are put in a very tough spot, and so here’s how to get out of it: the top ten ways to respond to “I’m sorry.”

“Stop AAPI Hate” Combats Discrimination

Hate crimes against AAPI community on the rise. When the spread of COVID-19 was starting back in March 2020, hate crimes rose against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). According to Time, the NYPD has reported a 1,900% increase of hate crimes against Asian Americans.

Queer folks and women of alternative music

Diverse artists for any alternative playlist As a loosely defined genre, alternative music implies -a diversion from the mainstream culture. Even before the title existed, artists like Siouxsie Sioux and the Banshees or Gwen Stefani from No Doubt made names for themselves as pioneers of

Daft Punk announces their end

A cyber conclusion French electronic duo Daft Punk—composed of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter—have officially broken up. The group released a video titled “Epilogue” on Feb. 22. The first portion of the video is in complete silence, as the duo heads out helmeted across

Local band proves resilience and malleability

Waxcat thrives in local music scene Waxcat radiates malleability; through their transcendent dimensions of music and within the band itself, a new year begins, and the group continues to thrive. Based in Denver, Colorado, the trio consists of Nick Nord on guitar, Jobe Wagner on

Texas Slammed with Major Winter Storm

Electricity, water become scarce resources In late February, a winter storm hit Texas and has been affecting residents and communities with the lack of basic resources to help them cope with the cold.   For days, no water and electricity were available to the residents