What better way to kick off our FIFTH anniversary celebration than an interview with officially-licensed artist for both Marvel and Star Wars, artist Christopher Clark! Christopher has been painting and creating stunning visuals for quite a while now, and recently sat down with us to provide some insight for aspiring artists and creatives looking to … Continue reading Cypher Sessions presents: An interview with Christopher Clark
"As an innocent five-year old, I didn't fully realize what was going on, I just thought it was nice they lit the way for me to pee." Actor and champion of social justice George Takei delivered an animated speech about his life October 26 at Macky Auditorium on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. Takei … Continue reading “Ohhh Myyyyy”: George Takei tells his life story of internment camps, coming out, and being politically active
Welcome to the Fifth installment of this article, as we have already reached half a decade of deciding who is the best of the best over the past year. One important thing to take note of is that we have slightly altered our rules in terms of what qualifies for album of the year in … Continue reading 5th Annual Cypher Sessions Year End Awards!
A hushed horizon of books, speakers, and vinyl are scattered along the walls of the Race and Popular Culture Lab. Figuring out the science of words is something Adam Bradley has done for most of his life. “I was taught at home until high school by my grandmother, a tremendous teacher who introduced me to … Continue reading Cypher Sessions Special Report: Who is Professor Adam Bradley?
The following is a one minute documentary, where you are briefly introduced to "The RAP Lab", otherwise known as the Race and Popular Culture Lab that presently lives in Cristol Chemistry, right next door to the University Memorial Center on the CU Boulder campus. This is the first of two videos on the lab, with … Continue reading The RAP Lab at CU Boulder
We are now on our FOURTH anniversary of this blog, and our anniversary post for the day will be this evening. This afternoon will consist of a short piece, in order to prep everyone for the piece that will be coming this evening. Without further delay, let's begin: Reflections, directives often hard to follow, because things are … Continue reading Abstract Poem 1, NaPoWriMo 2016, Day 19
Welcome back readers, if you have followed NaPoWriMo up until this point, you have read a wide breadth of topics, emotions, and writing styles thus far. That trend of new topics and such hopefully continues with this motivational reminder to ourselves as well as every single one of you out there right now. Enjoy: I. … Continue reading I. Got. THIS. NaPoWriMo 2016 Day 18