The Arapahoe Pinnacle

A power plant situated along the Hudson River.

Student Opinion: Nuclear Power Is Still Necessary

June 9, 2019

In the 1760s, Britain changed the course of history by kicking off the industrial revolution. Quality of life increased substantially, and Britain mechanized...

Turf over Diamond: The Perplexity in Kyler Murray's Decision

Turf over Diamond: The Perplexity in Kyler Murray’s Decision

February 12, 2019

Oakland Athletic fans can pout and football general managers can celebrate: Kyler Murray is coming to the NFL. Murray will repeat history by becoming the fi...

Cafe Brazil's building and entrance. Sept. 19, 2018 (AP Photo/ via Jason Truitt)

Restaurant Review: Cafe Brazil, A Brazilian Perspective

September 23, 2018

Cafe Brazil's website states “At Cafe Brazil we offer you an adventure in South American cuisine. Highlighting many specialties and creations from both...

NFL Week One Position Matchups to Watch

Jason Truitt, Editor

September 8, 2018

The 2018 NFL season has begun, and the NFL Kickoff has concluded, which means the time has come to analyze this weekend’s best position matchups. And there is plenty to keep an eye on. Denver Broncos Front-Four vs. Seattle Seahawks Offensive Line Things are starting to look up in Denver after a forgettable 2017 season. The Broncos are already looking like a better...

A meme of Donald Trump's face over a portrait of Julius Caesar.

Ave, True to Caesar

March 28, 2018

"I have always reckoned the dignity of the republic of first importance and preferable to life." - Julius Caesar Caesar is remembered as the destroyer...

Artwork by Daryll Peirce.

Anxiety in Color

November 3, 2017

When I was in high school, all I wanted was to be a graphic designer. I worked with a startup to develop their brand, created posters that people enjoyed,...

The Conservative Policy Experiment Revealed

The Conservative Policy Experiment Revealed

September 8, 2017

Worlds collided the day Donald Trump became President. Republicans voted in a candidate that appeared to be the exact opposite of everything they had argued...

An Inconvenient Truth for Donald Trump

Martin Strom, Contributing Writer

May 22, 2017

As the 100-day mark of Donald Trump’s Presidency came and went, we were once again reminded that our news media should be given “a big, fat, failing grade" at being authentic; apparently they have not been covering our fearless leader’s ‘achievements’ to his degree of satisfaction. Meanwhile, at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, which was absent a U.S. President for the firs...

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Changing a Form of Government, One Privatization at a Time

May 5, 2017

It seems Republicans want to privatize everything having to do with government services, from schools, prisons, and health care, to water, public lands...

Sports Bigger than Legislation?

Marcus Montoya, Sports and Health Reporter

February 10, 2017

When Donald Trump signed an executive order limiting travel for seven “countries of concern,” he did more than stir the pot; he struck fear in the hearts of countless people. In the pen stroke heard ‘round the world, one group, for the time being, managed to escape persecution from the witch hunt: athletes.

Editorial: ACC Pres Offers Statement on Travel Ban -- and Not Much Else

Editorial: ACC Pres Offers Statement on Travel Ban — and Not Much Else

February 9, 2017

In a diplomatic --and honestly appreciated-- effort to address the student body for which she is responsible, ACC’s president Dr. Diana Doyle sent out a mass...

Celebrating Democracy in the Midst of Worry

Celebrating Democracy in the Midst of Worry

February 2, 2017

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several months, you know that a big change has happened in the US of A: yet another new President....