How Is Inflation Affecting Colorado?

Art by Alexis Kenyon vis DALL-E Most Americans have felt the costs of inflation in recent years. High gas prices and the cost of food have piled upon skyrocketing housing costs and healthcare bills. While inflation has impacted the entire […]

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Speaking from a Bilingual Brain and Multicultural Heart

In today’s A Public Affair, KGNU Newsroom volunteer and CU Boulder freshman Juanita Hurtado interviews linguistics professor Chase Raymond. Professor Raymond works at the University of Colorado-Boulder and researches what is known as “situations of contact,” moments when divergent languages, […]

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KGNU’s 2022 Youth Voices

As the end of the year approaches, we take a look back at some of our favorite youth-produced and reported stories. Featuring: Mobile Home Residents Fight Rent Cap Provision by Luis Licon Fairview Senior Shares Thoughts on Registering and Motivating […]

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Queer Grief: Processing Loss in the LGBTQ+ Community

Everyone grieves personal losses throughout their lives – many things besides deaths.  But there are also many ways that different types of loss are disenfranchised, unaccepted or disallowed. The LGBTQ+ community faces losses distinct to the lifelong experience of being […]

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