Sports & Leisure

Column: Colorado’s College Football

By Devon Martinez – Student Editor Photo By Laura Domingue – PPCC Graduate Don’t underestimate college football in Colorado. So far this season has been exciting and filled with overtime games and rivalries. Predictions are hard to make at this point in the season; which is why it’s time to review the road so far. …
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A Tale of Two Sequels

By Suzanne Seyfi,  Staff Writer It seems there is more magic in digital worlds than in literally fantastic ones. I watched both Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and Ralph Breaks the Internet on their opening nights within a week of each other. They are both sequels to largely popular films and positioned as “family …
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Spooky, Scary, Sweet Halloween Events to Visit

By Suzanne Seyfi, Staff Writer Halloween is just around the corner, and Colorado Springs is bursting with sweet, spooky, and scary events! Keep an eye out especially for PPCC’s Fall Family Festival on October 20 and the Centennial Campus screening of A Quiet Place on October 30. free = free $ = 1 to 19 …
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Big Game 52 Prediction: The Underdog Eagles Will Triumph

By Camille Liptak, Arts Editor The Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots will battle on Sunday, Feb. 4,  in what looks to be a David and Goliath-esque football Game. We predict the Eagles will take the victory. The buzz around the NFL involves the usual presupposition that because Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are heading …
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$ Saving Holiday Gift and Craft Ideas

By Hannah Manandhar Zwahlen, reporter As the last Autumn leaves fall from the trees and the first snow falls, college students at PPCC are gearing up for the winter holidays with easy, fun, inexpensive DIY decorations and gifts that can be made using affordable items for this holiday season. Tin Can Santa: The next time you use …
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