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Australian Film Embrace Focuses on Body Image

On Friday, Feb. 1, MAC teamed up with the Counseling Center to show the documentary Embrace, an Australian film about the Body Image Movement. The film revolves around Taryn Brumfitt, a woman traveling the world to meet other women struggling with body image, promoting self-love, and working on accepting themselves. Taryn’s story began in 2013, […]

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Pep Band Brings School Spirit to Basketball Games

As the spring semester ramps up, sporting events get more rowdy, packed, and exciting than ever. A key Mines feature that definitely contributes to school spirit is the Pep Band. The difference in crowd participation with this group present is huge! Senior Tenor Sax player and Applied Mathematics major, Tyler Martinez, sat down to chat […]

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Opinion

Relationships with Younger Generations

One of the greatest gifts in my life is my niece and two nephews. However, I have found myself challenged by being an aunt. Prior to their births, I had never been in a relationship in which someone younger looked up to me. Whereas before, my decisions and words only had a meaningful impact on […]

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Creative Arts at Mines

When people think of Mines, the first thing that comes to mind is not usually performing arts (excluding those that think it is the Colorado School of Mimes). However, for those looking to nourish their creative side, there are many opportunities on campus to do just that. Mines Little Theatre (MLT) is just one of […]

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Community Spotlight Entertainment

Foothills Art Center Now Free for Mines Students

It is amazing what you can discover right outside your front door. It is often too easy to get caught up in school and not observe and experience the city surrounding campus. Foothills Art Center (FAC) is one of those gems that despite being almost on campus can be easily missed in the crazy whirlwind […]

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MLT’s Pippin: Magic to Do, Just for You

The most recent production performed by Mines Little Theater was Pippin. The musical ran from April 7- April 15 at the American Mountaineering Museum. Each performance lasted approximately two and a half hours, with a brief intermission between acts one and two. The musical follows the story of Pippin, a young man searching for meaning […]

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Thursday Night Entertainment: Mr. Big Digger

On Thursday, April 20th at 8:45pm, Friedhoff Hall was home to arguably the classiest school sanctioned event. As is tradition, this E-Days saw a fresh round of faces at Mr. Big Digger, the most masculine beauty pageant to ever grace this earth. CSM’s Sigma Kappa put together this event, featuring their sorority presidents and past […]

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Entertainment Lifestyle

Learning the Difference Between Bravery and Perfection

Recently, I watched a TED talk that really hit home. The speech titled “Teach Girls Bravery, Not Perfection” was delivered by Reshma Saujani, a lawyer, politician, and founder of Girls Who Code. Her talk discusses a learned bravery deficit in girls worldwide, and how it affects not only them, but the developing world as well. […]