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Mary Harbert

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Pass the plate

Ramen. College students may be very familiar with the dish. The savory noodles are an easy meal to make when a study marathon takes...

Doing the gender-bent timewarp

With glitz, glamour and gender nonconformity, University of Northern Colorado students and invited performers brought the true meaning of drag to the stage Tuesday...

Christopher Columbus: the meaning behind the man

Columbus Day falls on the second Monday of October. It celebrates Christopher Columbus and the narrative of the explorer discovering America. To some, this...

A Little Night Music

The lights were dimmed in McKee Hall. Orange string lights glowed against the spider web cloth draped over the podium in front of the...

As told by a Mexican American

Narrative. A theme that shaped Alejandro Jimenez’s poetry is the power of narrative. Narratives can shape how society views you, your identities and your history,...

Celebrating personal achievements

Attendees gathered in the front yard of UNC’s Gender and Sexuality Resource Center’s house for games of bean bag toss, ring toss and giant,...

Viewing things in a gender-based light

The Women's Resource Center strives to create an environment of openness and care as they encourage UNC students to discuss sensitive topics during their...

Halloween came early this october

Attendees on Sunday were greeted by the Sakura Chorus Mile High choir, who performed contemporary Japanese songs while dressed as their favorite anime characters....

UNC’s ice cream garden party

“Vocal Iron,” a UNC student a cappella group, performed “Marry You” by Bruno Mars for UNC’s Performing and Visual Arts Council’s Ice Cream Social....

An annual jazz tradition marches on this fall

As band members warmed up and people began claiming their spots on the lawn in front of the Garden Theatre, the scene was reminiscent...