Last Saturday, hundreds of students were jared from their peaceful though slightly hungover sleep by the CU marching band’s thundering drums of protest. Their trumpets and trombones gleamed with the glory of revolution, and in their eyes there were tears of overwhelming pride in their movement. The Golden Buffalo marching band, an ensemble of woodwinds, brasses, and snares, is usually dedicated in its attempts at … Continue reading …And the Marching Band Refused to Yield
On June 29th, Brandy Bottone, a pregnant Texas woman was pulled over by a Dallas County sheriff’s deputy for driving in an HOV (high-occupancy vehicle) lane. When asked where her other passenger was, she pointed to her belly (she was 34 weeks pregnant). Ms. Bottone claimed that, in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, her unborn baby qualified as … Continue reading Truth is Stranger than Earth Muffins: When is a Fetus a Human Being?
Ah, such is the wheel of life, the weight of the world, the turmolt of the Earth: A Leeds School of Business think tank can’t stop conceptualizing Snag, no matter how hard they try. The think tank consists of Economics professor Carl Spreadsheet, business analytics professor Sally Omega, marketing instructor Jennifer Lawrence, twin grad students Max and Jerry Johnson, and a couple of undergrads there … Continue reading Leeds Think Tank Keeps Making Snag Over and Over Again
Heading down to school each morning I’m met with my favorite thing, Construction It slows traffic to a crawl Making the buses fit tightly between little cars People waiting to cross the busy road Without being hit Trust me when I say I love construction It makes me late for class It makes my morning so… Beautiful Rushing and rushing to get onto a bus … Continue reading I love construction