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Entertainment Music

The Music Industry and Elections

Music has continuously been played to accompany a variety of moods. If you’re happy, listen to music! If you’re sad, listen to music! If it’s three in the morning, and you still do not understand that one stubborn homework problem… listen to music! Along with its connections to every state of mind, music adds to […]

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On The Record with PCJ

Here at The Oredigger, we strive to stay on top of issues that matter to students. We accomplish this in a variety of ways, from conducting campus polls to featuring student opinion articles. In lieu of this goal, we decided to bring back an Oredigger tradition: interviewing the Mines President. As you all know, the […]

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Entertainment Television Uncategorized

The Mandalorian Returns

Last October, fans of the Star Wars franchise waited patiently for the debut of a new Star Wars spin-off series: The Mandalorian. Little was known about the eight episode series, except for the general idea that the show would follow the adventures of a member of a well known race of galaxy bounty hunters. Needless […]

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McNeil Hall: Mines’ First Parking Garage & a New Academic Building

In the last few years, it was often hard to find a place to park on campus. Not only is the student body increasing in number but starting this year freshmen were also able to purchase parking passes, and Mines has projects planned that will reduce their number of parking spaces elsewhere. In response to […]

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Art Entertainment Uncategorized

Public Art Spotlight- Energy

This issue, the public art spotlight will be focused on one of the pieces that inspired the last arts and culture section editor to start this column. It’s a mysterious piece, that depending on which parts of the building it’s housed in you frequent, you may not even have seen all of it yet. Even […]

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Entertainment Movies

Filmmaking that Moves Forwards and Backwards: Tenet Review

In a tumultuous time where visual media has done everything humanly possible–expect for implanting computer chips in consumers’ skulls–to provide itself for in-home viewing, theater chains’ unhurried efforts to return to business in the United States have officially received the first potential money-maker in the form of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Tenet. The science fiction, spy-thriller […]

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Entertainment Lifestyle Uncategorized

Mabon: How an Ancient Holiday can Impact us Today

The Autumn Equinox is upon us, when the Sun crosses the celestial equator from North to South, day and night are equal in length, and the darker half of the year begins. This day has been celebrated throughout history by a plethora of different societies, peoples, and religions. Cultural traditions across the world observe equinoxes, […]

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Entertainment Mines News Music

The Band Plays On

Without a doubt, 2020 has brought on more delays, reschedules, and cancellations than most of us would like to acknowledge. These inconveniences have become the new normal as schools reopen and the world braces itself for what has yet to come. Organizations, clubs, and universities across the country have modified their normal plans of operation […]

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Entertainment Lifestyle Uncategorized

The Origin of Pumpkin Spice

Ah, pumpkin spice. If a leaf falls onto the ground and teenage girls don’t go rabid at Starbucks, is it even autumn? Today, pumpkin spice products generate $500 million in annual sales. Love it, hate it, great whatever. But where did it come from exactly…? We need to take a step back first: what is […]

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