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Nontraditionally turning tassels doesn’t have to be a hassle

Alternative ways to celebrate graduation Graduation should be a time for celebration, a moment that people look forward to for years. With the current circumstances, graduates this semester will no longer have that traditional experience. Students therefore can get creative with how to celebrate in their own way, but CU Denver also took measures to plan several alternatives. 

Returning to a world of magic

Moon Studios releases Ori sequel every bit as wonderful as its predecessor In early 2015, indie developer Moon Studios introduced gamers to the world of Ori with Ori and the Blind Forest, a fantasy epic that combined breathtaking visuals with the teeth-grinding challenges of a typical platformer in

Words from a wallflower

Rethinking the Unknown While I have been keeping up with the news updates that have been plastering my tv and phone screens, I have turned to the campaign Some Good News that has been launched by John Krasinski for an uplifting escape. He recently announced

Cheap doesn’t equal sacrifice

Interesting ways to transform instant ramen Finding ways to spice up simple meals in the kitchen might be an overlooked way to get creative and enjoy a new dish. Luckily, there are tons of different variations that can make instant ramen a delicious meal or tasty snack. Here are just a few options that instant ramen can be utilized to

The delight in a disaster

Woodstock documentary reminds how to engage with a crisis Woodstock was an event so famous that today its name doesn’t just precede it—it misleads it. As a business venture, the festival was a complete and utter disaster. At its start, there was no shelter, not enough food or medical supplies, no fencing to ticket attendees.

Six feet of separation: love in the age of COVID-19

Staying home is changing how people date for the better The majority of the world may be practicing social distancing, but that doesn’t necessarily mean making connections, whether it be friendly or romantic in nature, is out of the question. If anything, having someone to talk to can make a huge difference right

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

Office Ladies podcast

The duo brings personal insight to The Office  Die-hard Office fans have taken much pleasure from the newly released podcast, Office Ladies. Starring Jenna Fischer (Pam) and Angela Kinsey (Angela), the Office Ladies podcast provides, in the ladies’ own words, “[E]xclusive, behind-the-scenes stories that only two people, who were there, can

Exploring wonders of museums without leaving home

Escape the boredom of quarantine and social distancing with a virtual vacation A number of institutions seeing the continued need for art and culture in our society, have made it possible to still get some free entertainment right from the comfort of a living room in the form of virtual tours. These tours,

Get super organized with a bullet journal

The most diverse, creative, customizable planning system As school systems across the country switch to remote learning, most students are becoming even more attached to the digital world. While digital planning and organization systems like Google Calendar may seem most convenient, the physical planning system