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Review of the Album, Circles

Review of the Album, Circles

Jeremy Garza, Reporter

January 21, 2020

Mac Miller died on September 7, 2018. A month after releasing his fifth album, Swimming, in early August, the singer was gone as quickly as his last summer. Swimming was extraordinary and captured Miller’s growth. He tested his limits and ability on the critically acclaimed album.  Circles was intended...

Fine Line Album Review

Fine Line Album Review

Jeremy Garza, Reporter

January 8, 2020

Harry Styles has been singing to the world for a decade with originality and integrity. After One Direction broke up in 2015, Styles released his first solo album, Harry Styles, in 2017. The album was the first insight of who Styles was and would become. The self-titled album was only a taste of what...

“Okay, Boomer.”

“Okay, Boomer.”

Jeremy Garza, Reporter

December 17, 2019

Everyone knows that old person. It’s the youth’s grandparents that are stuck in the distant memory of the past. Or it’s the new working class’s bosses that don’t understand technology, even a little. Those old people are being ignored on social media with the new saying “okay, boomer.”...

VIDEO: Fall Jazz Concert

VIDEO: Fall Jazz Concert

Ethan Lindoerfer, Videographer

December 16, 2019

Peter and the Starcatcher

Simone Beauchamp, Reporter

December 9, 2019

Mermaids, Mollusks, and magic; Eaglecrest’s 2019 Fall Harlequin Play, Peter and the Starcatcher, brought all three. On November 21, 22, and 23, the talented cast brought a little-known backstory of Peter Pan to their audiences. While certain beloved characters from the classic Peter Pan were present,...

Harriet Movie Review

Aiyanna Jackson, Reporter

November 18, 2019

The movie Harriet first made its appearance in theaters on November 1, 2019. In a span of 2 hours and 5 minutes, we are taken back to the 1800’s to witness the rebellious acts of one brave women: Harriet Tubman. Originally named Araminta Ross, she was born in Dorchester County, Maryland some time i...

Art to Be Simply Loved

Leslie Bell, Reporter

November 15, 2019

     A new, special exhibit has come to Colorado in the form of over 200 pieces of Claude Monet’s artwork. Oscar Claude Monet is famous for his foundership role in the impressionist art style. Born on November 14th, 1840, Monet began painting thanks to a man named Eugene Boudin a local artist in...

Denver Arts Week: A Celebration of Colorado Culture

Simone Beauchamp, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Called a “celebration of all things art in the Mile High City”, Denver Arts Week is an opportunity to explore the creative and artistic forces within the city. Beginning November 1 and ending November 9, it’s a week packed with discounts on admissions, shows, and memberships on over 300 events at ...

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