In 2020, Banned Books Lists Still Exist

–A reflection on PPCC’s February events surrounding Toni Morrison by Stewart Ricker, Staff Writer PPCC’s English department honored Black History Month and Women’s History Month with a week-long commemoration to American author Toni Morrison. Her work transformed American Literature through her unapologetic examinations of racial identity and the African-American experience.  And like most work that […]

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Ain’t No Party Like a Netflix Party

By Vivien Jerez | Editor-in-Chief Missing friends and family while being self-quarantined? You’re not alone, and Netflix has you covered. Netflix recently launched a new Chrome extension called “Netflix Party” that allows you to watch shows while talking to your friends via a chat on the right-hand side of your screen. To install it, simply […]

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Top Stops for Your Colorado Springs Stay-In-The-Car-Cation

By Tara Alexander | Staff Writer Can’t stand the concept of spending Spring Break sprawled on the couch… but also nagged by the notion that traveling could spread coronavirus and other illnesses? You canceled your vacation, and now you’re an expert in the stay-cation by choosing to “social distance.” As long as you’re not feeling […]

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March Horoscopes

(originally written pre-quarantine): Cosmic Cannibal Horoscope: Another March Bites the Dust By Cosmic Cannibal It seems that there’s never a month that passes where the planets aren’t making some sort of monumental shift. March is no different. In addition to the usual sign-shifting mosaic of Sun, Mercury, and Venus transits, Mars & Saturn will enter […]

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