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Drop the gun, pick up the sword

An increase in the popularity of swords will drive down gun violence The year is 1364. Overall, not very exciting, except for the fact that it is the year of the first ever recorded use of a firearm. The same year society started going downhill.

Joker controversy is a misguided stab at a misunderstood character

DC film isn’t perfect, but surely isn’t evil Before even being released, Joker established such a controversial buzz that the US military released a precautionary statement beforehand. With devastating events like the Aurora, Colorado shooting, this is certainly understandable. Centered around a canon that now

Beto O’Rourke attends town hall on gun violence in Aurora

Conversation was at times contentious Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke was the latest to visit the Aurora Municipal Center, stopping by on Sept. 19 for a town-hall style rally focusing on the ever-present topic of gun control. After an emotional introduction from Colorado State Rep. Tom

Reframing gun violence in a new light

Mental health needs to be address to combat this crisis It is an unfortunate reality that mass shootings in the United States no longer really affect people. News stories run for a day or two, and then people move on to the next massacre. Meanwhile,

Presidential candidate Kamala Harris comes to Denver

Crowd excited about historic candidacy Doors didn’t open until after 5:00p.m., but fans of Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris started lining up outside of Manual High School at 1:45 p.m. to see the California senator at her first campaign event in Colorado on Aug. 2.