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Counting Prisoners, Votes, Guts, and Grace

Counting Prisoners, Votes, Guts, and Grace

October 17, 2016

When I teach yoga in a women’s prison every Saturday, I encounter a world like no other—the women there call it Inside.  Today I yearn to bring these...

The Elderberry Way to a Cold Free Winter

The Elderberry Way to a Cold Free Winter

October 10, 2016

  Fall is right around the corner, and the flu and common cold are ready to attack.  With one supplement, sick days and call-ins can be effectively reduced. Lucky for you, elderberry and zinc come together in a combined lozenge that is available at most groceries stores and easy on the wallet.  This convenient herb and mineral supplement can boost your bod...

Four Great Rock Albums from 2016

Four Great Rock Albums from 2016

October 4, 2016

Four Great Rock Album Releases For those of you searching for great new music, and the fall being right around the corner, here are four great albums...

Op Ed: In the Face of Tragedy Surrounding Jose Fernandez, Baseball Reminds the World of the Beauty of Sports

Op Ed: In the Face of Tragedy Surrounding Jose Fernandez, Baseball Reminds the World of the Beauty of Sports

October 2, 2016

At 24 years old, and breaching the peak of his powers, Jose Fernandez left this world too soon at the hands of a freak boating accident the morning of...

Op Ed: Don’t Hate the Players, Hate the Game: Election 2016

Marcus Montoya, Reporter

September 26, 2016

Filed under News, Opinion

Arapahoe Community College had the pleasure of hosting Jim Anderson of the Associated Press, as well as ACC's very own Kona Star Morris.  The duo lead a hot topic discussion concerning the media's coverage of the 2016 election.  Highlighted by personal experiences from both speakers, the Q&A shed light on the reality of America's national media coverage, and the injustice bein...

Op Ed: We Should Be Calling Them Out

Submitted Opinion

September 23, 2016

Filed under Opinion

It seems that in society today, when confronted with bigotry or intolerance, simply explaining why it is harmful or damaging to the bigot doesn’t seem to work.  What I mean by work is that it doesn’t cause the person making bigoted or intolerant remarks to actually think about their statements. I propose a different strategy: having them explain or break down their claims for...

Op Ed: An Open Letter To All Men

Op Ed: An Open Letter To All Men

September 21, 2016

*Author's note:  it took me many different renditions and revisions to find the proper words for what I wish to address here.  This letter is directl...

Op Ed: An open letter to car drivers

Op Ed: An open letter to car drivers

March 30, 2016

To all those who drive a car, truck, or SUV: On any given day of the past school year, you may have seen my blue 1981 Suzuki GS450 L parked in the parking...

Op Ed: Are Superhero Movies Getting to be too Much?

Timothy Page

March 25, 2016

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Television/Film, Uncategorized

This weekend we are seeing the release of 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." A movie that, as of the time I am writing this, has a 30% on Rotten Tomatoes. It's not going well critically for this film and even some fans are upset. Calling it a loud, long mess of a film. All this got me wondering. When will we get tired of superhero films? Will there come a time when not...