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My House is Your Home

(For $200 a night)

by Jack Queen

It’s December, and I am returning home from a semester abroad. After dropping my bags and greeting an ecstatic dog, I go to my childhood room to check up on my parents’ nascent business; in my sister and  my absence, they are separating our rooms from the rest of the house and converting them into short-term rental units.

Beer and Loathing

Calling Las Vegas Home

by Hannah Fleming

I am sitting with a rare specimen on a Saturday afternoon—Coll Junior Tompson (CJ), a first-yearLas Vegas native. We are perusing the Buzzfeed list “28 Signs You Grew Up in Las Vegas,” which CJ claims he’s never read. After a few halfhearted chuckles at jokes about rain in the Mojave Desert and stripper schools, we stop scrolling at #20:

Oy Vey, CCSGA

Misplaced priorities, misplaced communication

by Andrea More

How in an elected body of 20 college students can you get a Finance Representative who isn’t pressured to resign until two and a months after signing away $4,500 dollars in student activities fee funds without seeking permission, a Vice President of Finance who is unconstitutionally off campus for more than one block of the year and a president who gives $20,000 to the Butler Center as a “gift to the community,” despite never being asked to do so by any Butler Center representative, all without any vote from the student body?

If you answered this brainteaser with “The 2014-2015 Colorado College Student Government Association (CCSGA) Executive Council,” you’re correct.          

I've Been Everywhere With You

by Cat Braza

You know when this song comes on it’s going to be stuck in your head for the rest of the damn day. First, there’s a bit of iconic whistling in D major, rhythmically backboned by folksy tambourine. Then, Jade Castrinos croons, “Alabama, Arkansas,” and you’re rapidly swept headlong into an Americana-streaked exchange between two lovers. “Home” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros has become something of an anthem for home and love, once snagging #18 on American alternative music charts. The infectious love song has even received high acclaim on Pitchfork.com, the oft-cutthroat online mecca for indie music news and critiques.

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“Outsideaboston”

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Local Food

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Home and Identity

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Leave a Shell Behind

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Aisle-by-Aisle

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Officially Wanked

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Stranded in Mexico

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Packing Boxes

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“I am from Lesotho”

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Havana: 50 Years Later

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I’ve Been Everywhere With You

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Wanderlust

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My House is Your Home

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Living in Present Tents

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Oy Vey, CCSGA

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Beer and Loathing

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Letter from the Editor + Dedication

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Urban Voices, Rural India

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Searching for Endless Dicks: The Search for a Satisfying (Auditory) Experience

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Are you Listening? Reconsidering the Art of Conversation

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Vancouver’s Fog: Breaking a Nation’s Silence

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Unmasking ISIS: Behind the Black Shroud

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How to be Lonely: Solitude and Distraction on the Block Plan

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Writing for Strangers

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Uncomfortable Underground: A Summer of Subway Blues

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Obituary

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Dragon Man: Repurposing Artifacts of the American Past

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Breathe In, Sing Out: Behind the Open Mic

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Talk Baby to Me: Inside the World of Willies and Whizzes

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Beginnings

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