Monthly Archives: October 2016

Denver Music Scene Review: Gleemer

The dream-pop genre has seldom been mentioned in the local music scene until recently, with Loveland-based group Gleemer taking the stage. Their unique sound tickles the senses with a brush of floating vocals, driving guitars and lyrics that feel as though they’ve been in your heart before you even put on your headphones. Gleemer’s talents…

Poli-ticking Me Off

The 2016 election has two of the most historically disliked candidates as front-runners. Chaos from both sides resulted in Clinton and Trump coming out on top, yet Democrats and Republicans alike are unsure about their candidates. How did this happen? How did the most disliked candidates become front-runners? In middle school and high school, the…

Alanna Winfield
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Athlete Spotlight: Alanna Winfield

Year: Senior   Major: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering   Why Mines: When looking for a college, Winfield kept three criteria in mind; a good engineering school, a winning volleyball program, and the possibility of making an immediate contribution to a team. As Alanna herself said, “Mines volleyball has won 4 RMAC championships in a row…

Alisha Eskew
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Get Well, Stay Well

In today’s processed world, the Whole30 is a diet that eliminates unbalancing and inflammatory food groups for 30 days. It ends unhealthy cravings and food habits, heals the digestive tract, balances the endocrine and immune systems, and helps develop a healthier body image. The Whole30 is all about eliminating certain foods and food groups that…

Mines Tennis Causes a Racket

Despite their favorite tournament being postponed, Mines Club Tennis is remaining positive at the beginning of the season. “The team dynamic is all about getting outside, getting some exercise, and having some fun in the process,” Junior Collin Kinder explained. “The practices are a lot of fun, our coach is super cool, and it’s a…

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