On March 12, the Colorado Muslim Society hosted an open house, welcoming anyone from the community or elsewhere to come and join in on civil conversations regarding the Muslim faith. The first speaker, Nabeeh A. Hasan, was a certified representative for the Colorado Muslim Speakers Bureau. “You are our advocates in giving voices to the […]
Walking past the PE/Event Center steps, students are beckoned by a man’s booming voice to become followers of Jesus Christ. He identifies himself only as Ron but his Facebook lists his last name as Underwood. He’s preached on campus for at least three years according to students who have been here long enough. sometimes weekly, […]
When, should the opportunity absolutely require it, I tell people that I am an atheist, they often act as if it is something that happened to me. “Are you ok?” they ask, with pity in their eyes. The truth is, becoming an atheist was a very conscious decision that I made over the course of […]
Little Sisters of the Poor serves the elderly every day and night. They also strive to help them in terms of their spirituality. Cinthia Maldonado gives us a look at a group of religious women who describe themselves as belonging totally to God.
Dildo pistols, fake orgasms and Jesus puppets have reserved Thea Deley a place in hell. Deley’s comedy show, “Jesus Loves You! (But Hates Me),” performed Jan. 26 at The Bug Theater in Denver, proved that laughter can heal, as she told of her journey giving up religion. Many people are introduced to religion as children […]
Story by Cassie Ballard College can be the perfect place to acquire knowledge and understanding about a variety of spiritual beliefs. The topic of religion on college campuses can be controversial. Some college students turn to atheism and agnosticism instead of religious groups. “I do not conform to any specific religion,” said Cassandra Souchek, an […]
Green eyes. Soft lips. Strong arms to protect me from harm. I’d prefer he was tall-the kind of guy that has it all. Maybe play guitar-don’t we all want a rock star? Maybe he could be a poet, or just be artistic But the last thing I want is someone narcissistic Oh how I’d love […]
A religious demonstration resembling a cheer squad of 12 female dancers wove around Auraria students Feb. 14. They took over Tivoli Commons dressed in all black clothing and thick yellow scarves, chanting and dancing to upbeat music and trying to spread their message to Aurarians. The group is affiliated with the Seventh Day Adventists […]
Since Summer 2011, Disturbed has been on an indefinite hiatus, but this didn’t stop the quartet from releasing an album of b-sides entitled The Lost Children on Nov. 8.
In Summer 2011, Arielle Bryson and Mary Swanson were getting ready for a night out on the town when inspiration struck. “I wore black eyeliner for the first time and we were going out with some guys,” said Bryson. “Mary told me, ‘Look, it’s your black eyeliner debut,’ and after she said that, it stuck.” […]