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Steve Coulter
Denver
How can one describe themselves in one-line?
Interests: Sports (Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Lacrosse) , Movies, Writing, Reading, Music
Recent Activity
Denver sunshine has flooded the street finally, marking the end of a long winter...hopefully. It's not every day that you wake up and complain about the weather, but when you have weather similar to that of Denver's about a week to 10 days ago, then you'd understand why some do.... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2011 at Steve's Blog
DU men's lacrosse will host Villanova in the first NCAA game west of the Mississippi River There was an increase in volume inside the Gottesfeld Room on Sunday night when the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Selection Show on ESPNU announced that the University of North Carolina would host the University of... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2011 at Steve's Blog
With the movement to phase out Sidelines Pub in favor of fast food conglomerate Panda Express motioning forward; it’s about time to derail this train before a wreak occurs. It’s blatant that the students of this university don’t want the switch to take place with 67 percent of students in... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2011 at Steve's Blog
For all you high school seniors out there, I know what you're going through. It was only two years ago (man time flies), when I was sitting in your shoes making the most important decision of my life--what college was I going to attend? I don't mean to brag, but... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Gay or straight, the issue of the right to marry has never been hotter with religious groups cemented on far-end of the spectrum in attempt to muzzle same-sex marriage once and for all When I first received the Clarion article about the debate that broke out last Wednesday after Father... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2011 at Steve's Blog
With the race for the NBA’s Most Valuable Player pretty much over—congrats Derrick Rose, what a year you had personally willing the Bulls to the top-seed in the Eastern Conference—it’s time to pause and give note to this year’s honoree MVP, Kevin Love. I know there is no such thing... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Colorado weather has so many positives to it--the bright, clear blue skies, the warm weather in January, the consistent great spring weather. With all that said, the weather occasionally dissipates and goes awry. Such was the case today. I woke to 60 degree weather and a cool breeze, and what... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Cool. Now there is an unattainable entity. We search for it our whole lives, yet never find it. We try desperately to possess it, but somehow always come up short. No matter how many hours of MTV we watch, or the amount of songs we download from iTunes, we always... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Most exchanges in life are even. However, some are not, and when one encounters this injustice, there are only a few solutions to right the wrongs imposed by the situation and create a solution where both sides end up with a fair and equal balance. Such was the case eight... Continue reading
Posted Mar 27, 2011 at Steve's Blog
The Big Dance has certainly not failed anybody that has been glued to their chairs watching the first 60 games be played out. Now that the nets are cut, and the field trimmed to just four, we can look ahead to the final three games and the final weekend with... Continue reading
Posted Mar 27, 2011 at Steve's Blog
There is a common phrase that goes something like "summer time and the living is easy." I don't like that phrase much. Although the summer is quite relaxing with no school and all, it is a period where the temperature's increase painfully and unless your near a beach, you spend... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Dear Readers, I am writting to you on the eve of the spring quarter of my sophomore year of college. The title of this post may sound omenous, but forgive me for being misleading--the end is still very, very far away. And I'm happy that it is. However, with that... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Although my main focus in life is sports, I can honestly say my attention is never held more than by great films. The Academy Awards is like the Super Bowl for movies, and last night they were presented to the world live at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles. In... Continue reading
Posted Feb 28, 2011 at Steve's Blog
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Feb 27, 2011
Too often is the phrase "a fish out of water" used. Yet, it still holds some merit as it reminds us that we all face challenges sometimes that provoke us to feel uncomfortable. With all that being said, I am not a fish, so I cannot relate to what it... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2011 at Steve's Blog
The DU men's basketball team lost at home for the first time in Sun Belt Conference play this season, falling to South Alabama on Sunday afternoon in a game that would have given them a full game lead in the West Division heading into the final week of the regular... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Hours before this column was sent to the printer, I had to abandon my previous 500-word column in favor of something new. In fact, I had prepared an entire column based on former Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony, noting how his departure from the Mile High City needed to be... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Hours before this column was sent to the printer, I had to abandon my previous 500-word column in favor of something new. In fact, I had prepared an entire column based on former Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony, noting how his departure from the Mile High City needed to be... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Transitioning is often associated with trial and tribulation; it also can be related to hard work ethic and deserved promotion. Not to be boastful, but my most recent transition is connected to the later as my hard work at the school's newspaper, The Clarion, was rewarded two months ago when... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2011 at Steve's Blog
As an 18 year old, or even at 19 and 20 years of age, the world seems like an impossible thing to conquer and the mounting pressure of an uncertain future looms more prominently now that you’ve escaped the confines of high school. In short, the working world awaits us... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Three turnovers and 21 points proved too much for the Pittsburgh Steelers to handle on Sunday night as the Green Bay Packers battled for their league-best thirteenth championship. Despite the league’s best run defense, and its best overall defense player (Troy Polamalu), the team that had hoisted the Vince Lombardi... Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Before I get started with my prediction for Super Bowl XLV, let me say goodbye to the 2010-2011 season. I can say that I feel rewarded for investing so many hours on Sunday watching my favorite sport unfold, because this season, like many before, was unpredictable and emotionally-tugging. As a... Continue reading
Posted Feb 1, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Although the DU men's basketball team currently sits alone atop the West Division standings of the Sun Belt Conference, the team is still looking up at North Texas. The Mean Green (16-4, 5-2) are a game back of the Pioneers (10-10, 6-1) currently, but could enter Saturday's contest in Magness... Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Last weekend I embarked to an unfamiliar place I only distantly remember from my childhood. Yet, at the same time, it felt peculiarly familiar to me even though I had physically not been there since the time I jumped in Lake Michigan in late August. Yes, I was in the... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2011 at Steve's Blog
Despite a sluggish start in out-of-conference play, the DU men's basketball team has discovered a resurgence over the past couple of weeks as the club entered Sun Belt Conference play with a conference best 4-0 record. After a 2-9 start, the Pioneers recovered to win six in a row, including... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2011 at Steve's Blog