Former DU Grad Students Ask for Debt Relief

Recently a group of former graduate students who attended the University of Denver Josef Korbel School of International Studies wrote to the school’s dean asking for debt relief. The students cited the fact that the school reduced the cost of a […]

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TRENDS Podcast: Panel Discussions

The Trends Podcast is committed to fostering meaningful discussions with individuals directly involved with and impacted by our community’s most pressing issues. Listen to and watch all the Trends panel discussions here.

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Migrating for Medical Marijuana

Colorado has seen a population boom reminiscent of the state’s first few years of settlement. But rather than staking mining claims, author Tracy Ferrell says these new pioneers are on the frontier of marijuana as treatment for various conditions. She […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Monday January 20, 2020

Young people around the county, including here in Colorado, have been plaintiffs in lawsuits aimed at combating climate change but, as KGNU’s Roz Brown reports, a decision by Congress last week may impact those legal challenges. Then, in honor of […]

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Concerns About Air Quality in Boulder County

Thursday morning at History Colorado in Denver, a group of researchers, policy experts and public health advocates met to discuss the connection between air quality, climate and public health. Another panel will convene in Longmont later in the day to […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Thursday January 16, 2020

One of the researchers monitoring air quality at Boulder Reservoir shares what they’ve found over the last three years and discusses the connection between air quality and climate. Then, two regular Thursday morning features, a cannabis news update with Leland […]

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