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Blade Runner 2049 lives up to expectations

A WORTHY REVIVAL DESPITE LOW TICKET SALES Blade Runner 2049 is nothing short of spectacular. Thirty years after the events of the 1982 film, a new blade runner LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling) unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what is

African Americans deserve a voice

FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS STILL BEING OPPRESSED “They have their right to have their First Amendment off the field.” “They can do free speech on their own time.” These words were spoken by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin regarding the NFL protests of the national anthem. Similar

Morrissey | Spent the Day in Bed: Single Review

Artist: Morrissey Single: Spent the Day in Bed Release date: Sept. 19th, 2017 On Sept. 19, the English singer and songwriter Morrissey released his single “Spent the Day in Bed,” whose main message talks about how humanity should “switch off” from the world and enjoy

Alternative breaks help students travel

SERVICE-BASED TRIPS HELP STUDENTS SEE THE WORLD Alternative Breaks was first established in 2009 as a staff-facilitated program, but over the past five years it has adapted into a student-facilitated organization that offers a transformative experience for both the students and the community they engage

The Horrors | V: Album Review

Artist: V Album: The Horrors Release date: Sept 22nd, 2017 On Sept. 22, British band The Horrors released their fifth album, V, following their previous album, Luminous, which was released in 2014. This album combines futuristic, technological sounds with upbeat and groovy lyrics, setting the

Haunted Field of Screams screens horror flicks

FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENTS FOR THE FALL As the fall season begins, there are many events in Colorado open to the public to become engaged in the fall festivities. One, for example, includes the Haunted Field of Screams, a movie screening in a cornfield in Thornton.

Savage | Gary Numan: Album Review

Artist: Gary Numan Album: Savage Release date: Sept 15th, 2017 Gary Numan returns with his 22nd studio album, Savage, almost four years after the release of his previous record, Splinter. The album, which was released on Sept. 15, is a politically- charged work that takes

AHS: Cult Launches controversial season

SEASON FILLED WITH POLITICAL COMMENTARY American Horror Story: Cult premiered its season seven episode “Election Night” on Sept. 5, and viewers can expect an especially political season. The anthology series is known for its bizarre themes and graphic content. This season focuses on what happened