On today’s Morning Magazine, the new Center for African and African American Studies formally inaugurated its space on the CU Boulder campus yesterday. The center – known as “the cause” – is the first space of its kind on a […]
Image by Alexis Kenyon via DALL-E About 150 Broomfield residents are joining together to create Broomfield’s first Solar Co-op. The members of this Co-op will vote next week to choose a collective-wide installer. KGNU’s Alexis Kenyon spoke with Tanner Simeon-Cox– […]
Bi-weekly updates on what’s happening in the world of cannabis with marijuana reporter Leland Rucker.
A relatively new zero waste initiative aims to partner with restaurants in Boulder to develop an alternative to take-out trash through durable, reusable, returnable takeout containers. For KGNU’s Follow The Waste series, CU Boulder student Wyatt Brown reports. Listen: (Download […]
On today’s Morning Magazine, we get an update on Broomfield’s new solar co-op. Then we have our latest “Follow The Waste” story, this time, looking at one way to reduce trash from takeout orders. Finally, it’s Chris Mohr’s weekly commentary, […]
On today’s Morning Magazine, a public health professor shares how research is showing the value of early and evidence based sex education; from Rocky Mountain Community Radio, we’ll hear about an after-school cultural development program by the Ute Mountain Ute […]
On today’s Morning Magazine, we’ll look at policies around domestic animals in the urban wildlife interface in Telluride and CityCast Denver chats with The Colorado Sun’s environment reporter about some proposals ahead of a federal water management deadline. Listen: (Download […]
KGNU Young Adult book reviewer Phoebe Donovan is back – this time with an in-studio interview. Ellen O’Clover and Jessie Weaver are both Colorado based authors of young adult fiction. Their books – Seven Percent of Ro Devereux and Live […]