A note to incoming freshmen: Life outside the parental womb is complicated. You might be used to home-cooked meals, rent-free housing, structure and supervision, but all that is about to change as you take your first baby steps into the real world.
If you grow tired of reading the same few articles written by the same few reporters in the Colorado Daily and its corporate sister papers the Daily Camera, Denver Post and Longmont Times-Call — and you have become weary of the drivel in Rooster — there is an alternative.
It all started with a walk. I had arrived in Boulder the night before for my film studies job interview, and my first official engagement, I was told, would be 'breakfast with Brakhage.' I can't say I slept too well.