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All posts by Samantha Camp

A 303 day to remember

New noise and classic acts at Mission Ballroom   The excitement was building around Mission Ballroom March 3 as concert goers were preparing for a show of a lifetime. While waiting for the doors to open, remarks of nostalgia and setlist hopefuls peppered throughout the crowd.   Upon entering Mission Ballroom, one is

How to get involved in politics

Getting involved in politics isn’t as difficult as some believe  Regardless of political affiliation, getting involved in politics is important. Sure, it may be scary combing through all the different parties and non-profits who all have various goals and visions, but it is much easier

Finding local freelance jobs to help kickstart a dream career

Tips for working towards a dream job before (and after) graduating    “What do you plan on doing after you graduate college?”  This one question has sent college students’ stress levels sky high since the inception of the public university system. With a hyper–competitive job market, quick job turnover, and

Echosmith shines bright at the Bluebird Theater

Family band bonds over the “lonely generation” Walking into The Bluebird Theater, audience members were soon acquainted with one another in the small, but intimate setting. The stage was simply set with various instruments, colored lights, and a single banner that read “Lonely Generation,” the

Saint Motel is just Denver’s type

Indie group brings their biggest hits It was a cold, cold Tuesday outside the Ogden Theatre: but soon enough started to buzz with energy as concertgoers began to fill the space. The stage was set for the opening act KOLARS, a duo from Los Angeles

@realdonaldtrump’s best moments on social media

making america confused again President Donald Trump has had many interesting moments on social media in the past decade—especially on Twitter, seemingly the President’s favorite site. He is known to tweet at early hours and make humorous spelling errors that circulate the internet as memes

Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature

The Denver Art Museum is an architectural marvel; it mixes modern angles with simple design that draws art enthusiasts to its halls. Many of the museum’s exhibits feature pieces from local artists and showcase Colorado’s creative history. The museum frequently showcases  renowned artists that draw