Dear Freshman

By Chris Churilla Staff Writer     You have just begun the final phase of your life before adulthood and entering the “real world”. For those of you who are traditionally aged college students, I am old enough to be your father. I have been out there and done things most of you haven’t. It […]

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OP-ED: Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray pro decision

By James Gavato Staff writer   Former Oklahoma Sooner quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner, Kyler Murray officially declared for the NFL Draft on Feb. 11. Since then, Murray has been in headlines regarding his professional sports future interests. Murray, who also played baseball with the Sooners, was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the ninth […]

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91st Oscars Recap: A historic night for superhero, music and foreign films

By Jacob Duran The 91st Academy Awards are going down in film history for a wide variety of reasons.  It was the first show since 1989 that didn’t have a host and many nominees pulled off surprises.  The most significant is the first superhero movie nominated for Best Picture. “Black Panther” took home three awards: […]

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Op-ed: How ’bout that Super Bowl?

By Kara Bertetto   Staff Writer Unless you have been living under a rock, you probably watched the Super Bowl. But living under a rock may have been more exciting than what America witnessed for four long hours.  This win marked Tom Brady’s sixth Super Bowl victory and we got watch him, yet again, kiss everyone […]

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Pueblo’s first anti-café established to strengthen community bonds

Staff review Have you ever been to a coffee shop or restaurant and liked it so much that you stayed longer than you needed to, but felt guilty for doing so? If so, try one of Pueblo’s newest businesses, Tick Tock Anti-Café, located at 315 N. Santa Fe Ave: those feelings of guilt may become […]

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The price is worth the coffee

Staff Review If you like good coffee and a vintage décor, Gypsy Javas is the hang out spot for you. Located a few blocks from Pueblo’s Riverwalk, Gypsy Javas is a small coffee shop and café nestled between art galleries and boutiques. It’s hard to miss – the awning over the door proudly proclaims the […]

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