Articles By Mario Nicolais

Nicolais: Sadly, the STEM School shooting will become just another statistic

The sheer volume of mass shootings in America has condemned the victims at STEM to become one more statistic in an ocean of school shootings

Opinion

Nicolais: Finding hope amid evil thanks to Kendrick Castillo

In the STEM school shooting, Castillo joined a long list of heroes who put themselves between gun violence and the people around them

Opinion

Nicolais: If the chaotic session didn’t whet business’ appetite to participate in Democratic primaries, it should have

With the slow decline of the Colorado Republican Party, the business community may be forced into Democratic primaries to stave off policies it perceives as the most detrimental

Opinion

Nicolais: Mark Kennedy’s journey on LGBTQ issues outweighs his congressional record

Judging the sole finalist for the CU president only on votes he took long ago would be antithetical to lessons I learned at CU

Opinion

Nicolais: A Holy Week miracle at Notre Dame

Through the smoke and the flames that enveloped the cathedral, the church stood

Opinion

Nicolais: Who is Colorado’s dreaded GOP Establishment?

In a party that has spent a decade in decline, the derogatory label continues to drag Republicans into the electoral abyss

Opinion

Nicolais: Recalls have become the new normal in Colorado politics

Increased polarization and legislators unwilling to compromise have made the historical matter-of-last-resort routine

Opinion