There is No Before, Only Now

by Heather Wilson So often we hear: “when everything goes back to normal,” but the world is not going to be the same as it once was. That’s how it always goes, only now we are aware of it. Tomorrow has always been a mystery. We had so much faith in our mundane schedules that […]

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Astrological Forecasts for a Better Outlook on 2020

by Cosmic Cannibal | Staff Writer So let’s be honest, we’re all freaking out at the moment. With record unemployment, an economy in shambles, and emergency stay at home orders in place due to Covid-19, the world is starkly different than it was months ago. And it doesn’t look like any of this is going […]

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Delivering Packages in Quarantine

by Cassidy Gorham | PPCC Student Amazon DSP delivery person here. My drivers and I have been working 12-14 hour days getting folks their much needed items. Our brothers and sisters in the other delivery services are also working crazy. It’s like in the dark days of map reading. All apartment leasing offices are closed. […]

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We Want to Hear from You!

One way to stay connected through the spring is through our shared experiences. We are documenting this unprecedented time at Pikes Peak Community College through stories. What’s yours? Please submit potential blog posts by emailing The QuaranZine editor Tara Alexander, talexander63@student.cccs.edu or by submitting it through our arts and literary journal submission page.

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