Colorado Citizens Protest on 16th Street Mall

Colorado citizens have taken to the streets in rage to protest Congress and President Barack Obama over the possible reinstatement of the controversial Fast Track Negotiating Authority. Fast track, also known as Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), is the authority of the President of the United States to negotiate international agreements that Congress can approve or disapprove […]


Facebook Usage Linked to Depressive Symptoms

In a new set of studies conducted by the University of Houston and Palo Alto University, a correlation has been found between the use of Facebook and depressive symptoms. Both studies provide evidence that people feel depressed after spending a great deal of time on Facebook because they feel badly when comparing themselves to others. […]


Five Pieces of Easter Trivia

1. The tradition of painting and decorating Easter eggs dates back to the 18th century when German people emigrated to America and brought their stories. 2. When the German immigrants settled in Pennsylvania, they called the Easter bunny — a hare that laid eggs — “Osterhase” or “Oschter Haws.” 3. The term Easter bunny was […]


Youngest Nobel Prize Winner to Speak in Denver

Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, will speak in Denver at the Bellco Theater on June 24 for the Unique Lives & Experiences lectures. The series is designed to “motivate, challenge and enlighten” attendees with inspirational speakers. Malala became known in 2012 when the Taliban shot her in the head on a […]


Mallory Pugh Nominated for Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year

Junior Mallory Pugh is the latest candidate making a case for Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year. The midfielder and forward missed the Golden Eagles’ first three games of the season because she was in Spain with the U.S. Soccer Under-20 Women’s National Team, scoring both goals in a 2-0 win over Norway in a […]