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Not all heroes wear capes

Finding creative ways to honor essential workers In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, essential workers are the glue that’s holding the world together. With Colorado’s stay at home order set to last until May 8, around half of Colorado’s 6 million residents are under

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

Safe outdoor activities

How to enjoy the outdoors from the front porch or backyard There is nothing like going outside—the sunshine, the fresh air, and the breeze. In these unprecedented times, going outside is more valuable than ever, especially as travel is more restricted. However, two overlooked spots in

Communication is Key

List of creative ways to stay in touch Keeping in touch with friends and family has always been an important thing to do, but it can feel more pertinent now than before. Phone calls and video chats are important to stay connected, but instead of

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

Home sweet home

List of fun home activities to do over spring break   With the recent developments of Covid-19, it might be difficult to find activities to do for spring break that keep the spread of the virus contained. Most restaurants and other places where large groups of people gather, such as museums, will be closed

Portrait of a Lady on Fire brings the heat

New film proves to be a timeless romantic narrative Every so often, a film comes along and leaves a viewer so beside themselves and unsure of what to do once the film has ended. So much so that when one knows it’s about to end,

Alternate options following graduation

College as a whole makes for one stressful time, but none of it quite compares to the stress of approaching graduation. Up until then, a student has dealt with papers, professors, and finals, but the immediate future has not—generally—been such a mystery; after one semester

The roaring 2020s

The 5th annual Speakeasy Soiree took over the Hanger at the Stanley Marketplace on January 25 to showcase big band jazz and provide a space to swing dance.  Despite the Hanger not resembling a speakeasy or requiring a password to enter, the majority of those