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Life 3.0

Life 3.0

Cosmologist and Massachusetts Institute of Technology physics professor, Max Tegmark, is a big-picture thinker. His previous book describes how our universe is a mathematical construct and makes a compelling argument for multiverse theory. The math is a bit tricky, but the dialogue is easy to follow. When he defines the words “life” and “intelligence” for […]

The Body Altar: Denver’s ritual dance party

The Body Altar: Denver’s ritual dance party

According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, medical errors are estimated to kill over a quarter million Americans per year. That equates to nearly 700 deaths per day, or 9.5 percent yearly. Errors include issues like adverse drug reactions and IV and catheter-related infections. People are dying from the care they receive rather than the […]

Turning Nothing Into Something Rare

Turning Nothing Into Something Rare

Wheelchair Sports Camp is making their mark with experimental themes, and good old-fashioned civil disobedience. On top of being above average musicians, the band has a powerful political message. Their lyrics reflect Kalyn Heffernan’s thoughts and unique perspective. Along with identifying as queer Heffernan has osteogenesis imperfecta, or brittle bones disease. Heffernan made headlines this […]

Homeless Chic, Overpriced and Overrated

Homeless Chic, Overpriced and Overrated

Ever since I started wearing ripped jeans in 2005, my family has scoffed at the trend. “Your jeans are ripped, do you want me to sew them?” said my Grandma during her first encounter with my brand new jeans. She almost had a heart attack when I told her they were new, and yes, I […]

Live Again

Live Again

by Francheska Martinez  With this piece, I wanted to capture the story of coming back from being discarded and recreating yourself into something beautiful, stepping out of the shadows you were tossed into. Taking an old book tossed away and forgotten, and making it into something that can be admired and beautiful. The flower concept in […]

A Night At Seventh Circle

A Night At Seventh Circle

AARON SAYE Aaron Saye rolls up to Seventh Circle Music Collective in his 1977 Volkswagen Transporter, or as he calls it, his “hippie bus.” Okay, so it’s not modern and the white and brown color scheme is not stylish, but Saye is anything but ordinary. Just like Seventh Circle, which he’s owned for five years […]

Dress For Success

Dress For Success

During World War II, six million women entered the workforce, taking the jobs of the men who went off to war, and it was never the same again. Women had a taste of the working world and a bit of independence for the first time. Many never left the working world. In today’s working world, […]

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