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  • At first glance of his paintings, one might see Degas’s art as elegant and brilliant, much like any other artist. But behind each painting lies a deep story that, even to this day, marks Degas as a genius.
    Opening February 11th, the Denver Art Museum is exhibiting lesser known works of art by the famous impressionist, Edgar Degas. Not only does it feature some of his more famous works, such as “Dance with Bouquet” or “The Conversation”. However, the exhibit was carefully curated with sketches and drawings that emphasized his pursuit for perfection

  •  How much would you risk to let others know the real truth? Your company? Your reputation? Your life?
 That question is asked in WestPort, a game that circles around the idea of censorship in the news...and “fake news.” This is a game made for anybody who has been worried about who controls the news.

  • With bright colors and pictures, Sarah Albee manages to take the dark topic of poison and make it into a fun and "venom-enal" read with her new book “Poison.” Throughout the book, she talks about the many different types of poison, such as the ones found in the earth, like arsenic, to the ones we create, like rat poison.

  • Once, Benjamin Disraeli, a British statesman, said “Almost everything that is great has been done by youth.” That quote is not only proven, but emphasized by the Young Americans Center.
    The Young Americans Center doesn’t care how old you are, or what grade you’re in. In this association, all that matters is that you can be a good business person. Children ages 5-21 can enter their contest with a product they created. If they win, they can earn one of the most important prizes that anyone, child or adult, could receive…
    Their very own business.  

  • As technology advances at practically the speed of light, people are beginning to question: Are libraries going out of business? After all, who needs to turn a page, when you have a Kindle or an E-Book right at your finger tips? Will anybody will make the ten to fifteen minute trip to their nearest library, when they conveniently have books right on their smartphone?

  •  The Great American Eclipse of 2017 was a once in a lifetime event. Millions of Americans gathered in the path of totality to witness one of nature’s greatest phenomenon.
    My family and I traveled on August 21st to Casper, Wyoming to get in the path of totality. 

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  • As July progresses, you may begin to see more snakes out and about. Or, you may begin to see more reports of snake bites on the internet. While a snake’s behavior is not totally predictable, it’s important to take precautions to protect yourself.

  • In early January, the rusty patched bumblebee was added to the United States endangered species list. This isn’t the first time a bee has been deemed endangered by the United States Fish and Wildlife Services. On September 30th, seven different species of Hawaiian bees were added to the endangered species list. The rusty patched bee is another insect losing it’s home and its life to pesticides, climate change, diseases, etc. This piece of news should come as no surprise, however. Ever since the 1990s, “the bee’s population has plummeted nearly 90 percent.“