On July 9, 2010, at a little past 3:30 am, an unarmed, homeless pastor was killed inside a Denver prison after five guards restrained him, electrocuted him for 20 seconds with a stun gun, then denied the man life-saving first aid. The city of Denver thought that Marvin Louis Booker was a nobody, that his life would matter to others as much as it had mattered to them. They could not have been more wrong.
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Musings from Moorman: It’s time we take safety into our own hands and allow concealed carriers on campus
As a 6-year old, I tugged on my father’s button-up shirt, pointed to gun protruding from a stranger’s pants, and timidly said, “Daddy, that man over there has a gun.”
Dominic’s Politics: Mass shootings are rising, it’s time we fight for regulation and entrust our law enforcement
Las Vegas, Nevada. Orlando, Florida. Blacksburg, Va. Newtown, Connecticut. Burlington, Washington. New York City, New York. Los Angeles, California. Mattoon, Illinois. San Bernardino, California. Irving,Texas. Seattle, Washington. Some of these cities you’ve probably never heard of. Others ring loudly in your ear as they’ve been drilled into your head by the media.
'The Tree' is an emotional story of true friendship and kindness, with an outstanding lead actress and beautiful visuals that showcase the American Midwest. Based on the life of the director’s mother, this film is fun, heartfelt, and stunning to watch.
In its second season, 'My Hero Academia' breaks tradition to provide in-depth character development that the first season lacked.
'If Blue Could Be Happiness' is a promising and fulfilling step forward for Florist. It is by far not a perfect product, but the complex arrangements, mature themes and more appropriate instrumentation paint a prosperous picture of the future for this burgeoning artist.
Dig in with Dani: Solely blaming 'frat guys' for sexual assault belittles the seriousness of the issue
“Oh, it was probably a frat boy.” This is a common reaction across many college campuses within our nation’s borders when we hear about a new case of sexual assault. We point fingers at these “frat boys” for every single sexual assault case that happens at our respective universities.
'No Postage Necessary' looks great and offers a feel-good experience. While there are some overused character tropes , the character interactions effeminately make up for it.
'Tatterdemalion' offers an in-depth look at the negative effects of superstition while also developing a strong relationship between the two main characters. Additionally, the question of if Cecil is a threat will leave audiences on the edge of their seats pining for the answer.
July 18, 2012. I will never forget this day, considering it was the day of the scariest moment I have ever been through. It wasn’t anything like Friday the 13th. On that day, fear was real. It wasn’t the cause of any ghost, demon or witch. Instead, it was one of those moments that you look back on and wonder how you ever survived.
"Turtles All the Way Down," by John Green is a book that I have been anticipating since its release date was announced.
I see home in the eyes of my father as he hugs me for the first time in five weeks. I see home in the smiles on the faces of my old high school friends as we embrace and catch up on lost time. I see home in the purple walls of my childhood room, still plastered with One Direction posters that I was too lazy to take down when I moved away.
Cam Newton, reporter for Cosmopolitan Magazine, approaches me and asks about the process I went through when contouring my face with a pallet of makeup. I look at him, giggle and say, “It’s funny to hear a male talk about makeup.”
Every 98 seconds someone in the United States is sexually assaulted, according to the Huffington Post. So in the time that it takes you to read through a paragraph of this article, someone, somewhere, is getting violated.
As I sit cross-legged on the floor doing my Spanish homework my hands are vigorously shaking. Not just my hands, my whole body. I’m breathing as deeply as I am allowed with coughing fits in between.
With the summer gone and the school year in full swing, we all hunker down for colder days to come. But as the leaves change and we pull on our flannels, we should get excited for Autumn. Here are the five things we should all be excited for.
With stylish and well-done artwork, a fantastic soundtrack full of earworms, perfectly executed class trials, and a story that will keep you hooked, 'Danganronpa V3' hits all the right vitals. It’s easily the best murder mystery visual novel available on PC and PS4.
At the end of the third season of ‘Rick and Morty’, there are still some big questions that have yet to be answered, and in that sense, it doesn’t entirely feel like the season is over yet. However, the episode makes up for this with its sheer entertainment value.
When you hear a gunshot from far away, it sounds like a firework. It reminds you of when you were younger, memories of popcorn, soda and the Fourth of July.
The return to form fans of South Park have been praying for since season 19 may have finally come with “Holiday Special”, an episode that expertly blends classic South Park humor with current events.