Trish Zornio is a scientist, lecturer and writer who has worked at some of the nation’s top universities and hospitals. She’s an avid rock climber and was a 2020 candidate for the U.S. Senate in Colorado.
Zornio: Colorado’s 2021 elections are too important to skip. Here are my picks
Evaluating Amendment 78, Propositions 119 and 120 and select local initiatives
Zornio: Could regulating Facebook help bring Americans back together?
Bipartisan efforts to crack down on Facebook could provide us a renewed sense of community, if not humility.
Zornio: Fact-checking Jared Polis on COVID, air quality and taxes
How the governor’s interview on Colorado Matters holds up to the facts. There has been intense debate.
Zornio: Gabby Petito’s tragic death should inspire changes to domestic violence policy
One in four women are victims of domestic violence in America, but change is possible
Zornio: Sen. Michael Bennet reintroduces much needed bill to fight superbugs
As the pandemic rages on, Colorado’s senator is working to prevent the next one
Zornio: Could Colorado be looking at a future without cows?
As climate change worsens and bioengineering takes off, Colorado's cattle industry faces an uncertain future