“Welcome! Everything is Fine.” — The Good Place Review

by Lacey Berig, news editor “I swear I’m worth it,” proclaims Kristen Bell’s character Eleanor Shellstrop, a sentiment that rings true for the character as well as the show itself in NBC’s “The Good Place.” Eleanor and her group of misfits lead the audience through an unexpected, ever-changing afterlife that will keep them on their […]

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Cosmic Cannibal: February Forecast

As per the astrological status quo, the planets are changing this February.  The patchy planetary schedule is as follows: Mercury enters Pisces on the 3rd, encouraging the use of intuition & empathy over dispassionate logic; because Pisces is an emotional water sign, hypersensitivity could become a problem.  On the 7th, Venus enters Aries, igniting social […]

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Cosmic Cannibal Horoscopes: December 2019 and Beyond

By Camille Liptak, staff writer This is the last December of the decade. That’s right: THE DECADE. Naturally, the 20-teens have to go out in style by cramming seven transit shifts into this December. On the 3rd, Jupiter, the planet of luck, entered Capricorn, where it will stay until December 20th, 2020. During this year-and-some-odd-days […]

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A look back on Colorado College football for the 2019 season

By Student Editor Devon Martinez Photo By Laura Domingue – PPCC Graduate The college football season is reaching its end, and the teams in Colorado have had an extremely difficult season. Football is an unpredictable game, and the story behind this season has too many twists and turns that no sports journalists could have predicted. So, […]

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Turkey for me and turkey for you?

The Paper’s Favorite Thanksgiving Food Written by the Student Editors and Student reporters at the PPCC Paper Some people prefer Turkey, while others find it unbearable. Sometimes people skip dinner and go straight towards the desert. No matter what someone chooses to eat, everyone can agree the food makes the day something everyone looks forward […]

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Review: A Frightening Performance

By Stewart Ricker – Student Reporter Following the snow-plagued final week of October, the PPCC Music Department was faced with the decision of either canceling or postponing their annual Halloween concert. Department Chair William Malone was doubtful that the ensemble would be able to pull off a Halloween-themed performance four days into November, but when […]

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Combat Paper Resonates

By Camille Liptak – Student Reporter Catharsis. Respect. Art. Protest. For PPCC veterans and family members of the military, Combat Paper was all those things simultaneously. Combat Paper, a paper-making workshop that repurposes the uniforms of veterans and active duty military, invited students, faculty, and community members to participate in a week-long observance of Veteran’s […]

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Opinion: A Veterans Day Tale of Diversity and Struggle

By Devon Martinez – Student Editor Andrew Stuckey is a black American veteran/hero who served his country through three wars. He wrote a book about his life called, Of a Black American Born. His wife, Marcelle Stuckey was captured by Nazis during World War II because of her connection with the French Resistance.  They are my […]

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