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IB Film: Short by Evan Grainger, Ky Lotte and Garrett Mars

Varun Narayanswamy | Sep 23 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Here at Fairview High School students are known for their skills in music, sports, or even computers. However, few people understand the talent ne...

Breakout Queens: why summer 2014 was the debut of the indie female artist

Lucia Rose | Sep 12 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Possibly the most undervalued secret of the music industry is the sultry female indie artist. She is known to share her talent with the unexpectin...

Apple Unveils New iPhone

Matt Hise | Sep 10 2014 | in Arts & Culture

It seems everyone today is obsessed with their Apple devices. Everyone seems to have the newest iPhone or the newest iPad; people go nuts about an...

Songs I'm Falling For: It Ain't Yours to Throw Away

Lucia Rose | May 28 2014 | in Arts & Culture

It ain’t yours to throw away. Okay, maybe the indescribable love I am feeling for this song has something to do with the fact that it’s 10...

Summer Shakespeare Festival

Varun Narayanswamy | May 28 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Although we call summer vacation a “break,” high schoolers still seem to be busy all the time:sports, clubs, classes, jobs. It may be good to tak...

Movies and Music of the Summer

Mike Sparkman | May 28 2014 | in Arts & Culture

This summer, as with any summer, there will be many much-anticipated album releases that people all over the world will be eagerly awaiting. We ha...

Z-Tunes: Kendrick Lamar's Money Trees

Sarah Zerwin | May 28 2014 | in Arts & Culture

First impressions of Kendrick Lamar’s “Money Trees?” I liked the groove. Didn’t like the profanity. I wondered what “ya bish” meant (according th...

Knight of Stars Preview

Varun Narayanswamy | Apr 30 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Fairview High School is well known for its amazing music department. One of the greatest shows every year is Pops. With many different talented st...

Arcade Fire Rocks the Pepsi Center

Mike Sparkman | Apr 29 2014 | in Arts & Culture

It was a typical Wednesday night in downtown Denver in April: streets buzzing with automobiles, a moderate rain falling, and people filing into th...