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A political cartoon depicting 2020 and 2021 as a person

If 2020 and 2021 were a person

Hannah Popish, Design Editor February 25, 2021

It's too early for spring skiing, according to the groundhog.

Comic: six more weeks of winter

Hannah Popish, Design Editor February 23, 2021

Snowmass Luminescence light show, in the middle of The Tunnel, with Submergence in the back

Snowmass Luminescence ‘lights up’ unconventional winter in Aspen/Snowmass

Kayla Tehrani, Business Manager February 17, 2021

Due COVID-19 taking away Aspen’s yearly winter traditions, Snowmass put up an interactive light show, Snowmass Luminescence. Snowmass Luminescence has seven different exhibits including some interactive...

Informational poster with instructions on how to submit work for the youth exhibition.

Spotlight on youth: Aspen Art Museum Youth Art Exhibition

Maya Leshem, Staff Writer February 17, 2021

This winter season the Aspen Art Museum is featuring a youth art exhibition to give young artists in the valley, ranging from kindergarten to twelfth grade, the opportunity to showcase their own work at...

Three of the vampires, Deacon, Viago, and Vladislav, present at the Unholy Masquerade event.

What We Do in the Shadows: 2014 hidden gem

Stef Wojcik, News Editor February 17, 2021

CAUTION: MINOR SPOILER The 2014 film What We Do in the Shadows is a hidden gem mockumentary that balances comedy and genius. Codirectors Taika Waititi, known for his most recent film Jojo Rabbit, and...

Shannon Lee Barry's debut poetry book catalogs her beautifully raw experience of true love.

“In the event this doesn’t fall apart,” the long awaited poetry collection by Shannon Barry

Aja Schiller, News Editor February 15, 2021

Shannon Lee Barry’s debut book is about two things: falling in love and Dom J. Fera. Barry released her first poetry collection in early December of 2020 entitled, “In the event this doesn’t fall...

Illustration depicting modern love: love in the time of corona.

From a lore and barbaric tradition to the most ‘love’ly holiday

Oceane Jones, Staff Writer February 12, 2021

We all know the facts- Valentines day occurs every February 14th when lovers across the world exchange sweets, cards, and gifts to honor Saint Valentine. But who was Saint Valentine? And was V-day always...

Masked MC, MF DOOM, on the 2004 MADVILLAIN album.

Looking back at the greatest MC

Brenon Reed, Staff Writer February 12, 2021

One of the most iconic aspects of rap is the rhymes. The type of rhymes and delivery separate the good rappers from the great rappers. British born Master of Ceremonies (MC) and record producer, Daniel...

The Zodiac signs and symbols.

Exploring your zodiac sign

Ava Thornely, Social Media Editor February 11, 2021

*costarastrology.com and labyrinthos.co were consulted in the process of writing this article Aries (March 21 – April 19) Symbol: Ram (Fire) Personality: If you are someone who says "my way or the...

The notorious antiheroic character, Captain Jack Sparrow, from Pirates of the Caribbean.

The rise of the antihero

Hannah Smith, News Editor February 11, 2021

There has always been a prominent line dividing hero from villain. The hero is generally favored and idolized, while the villain is frowned upon and conquered. But what if the fine line separating good...

Colorful flowers given as a gift for Valentines Day.

Unique Valentine’s Day gift ideas for everyone you love

Jenny Ellis, Staff Writer February 11, 2021

With February 14th soon approaching, some people might be struggling to find fun and creative gifts for their loved ones. Valentine’s Day isn’t just about couples and PDA(public display of affection)....

New York Fashion week COVID-19 edition image created on photoshop.

NY Fashion week: COVID-19 edition

Ava Thornely, Social Media Editor February 11, 2021

As coronavirus continues to affect our lives, New York Fashion Week COVID Edition will include drastic changes. There are no longer “lavish shows, hectic schedules, and street style circuses,” Rather,...

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