Limerick, the co-founder and 37-year director of the University of Colorado’s Center of the American West, was fired Sept. 23.
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Patty Limerick fired from CU Center of the American West she co-founded 36 years ago
Iconic professor, author and scholar created the Center of the American West to document and explore history, politics, traditions and culture of western U.S.
Most young teens in Colorado’s foster care system don’t know about birth control, new study finds
About 65% of eighth and ninth graders interviewed in the Denver area said they were not educated about birth control
Did marijuana legalization lead to increased use in Colorado? A new study has a novel answer.
The study, by a former University of Colorado graduate student, looked at data on twins to answer a longstanding question
Air pollution hurts baby “gut biome,” Colorado study shows
Particles in air from traffic and industry slash good bacteria and risk inflammatory disease, CU Boulder researchers say in a look at Los Angeles infants
What’s Working: As recession concerns grow, Colorado building permits are on the rise
Inflation is still a hot topic but this week, we took a peek at what’s on the way in terms of new housing. And the easiest way to see the future? Residential building permits. This is Week 3 of a special version of What’s Working Housing. There are still some inflation updates below, plus a […]
Nicolais: John Eastman is a traitor who tried to kill our democracy
John Eastman is a traitor. Eastman plotted to undermine our democracy and overthrow the government. He developed a specious plot to cast aside millions of votes, persuaded an autocratic president to act on it and helped instigate a violent insurrection into the physical heart of our democratic republic. The complexity of the plan and how […]
Silverman: University of Colorado has a long, proud history of confronting white supremacists
How many times must white supremacy be confronted? Every time. Less than 10 days ago, 10 innocent people were slaughtered by a teenage white supremacist at a Buffalo grocery store. Almost 30 years ago, white supremacists killed 168 people in Oklahoma City. Nearly 40 years ago, Alan Berg was assassinated by white supremacists in Denver. One […]
Carman: The University of Colorado could use a hero. We can only hope Todd Saliman is up to the challenge.
The court-approved black op that is the process the University of Colorado Board of Regents employs for selecting a new president apparently has fulfilled its top secret mission and reached its conclusion. Todd Saliman, who has been serving as interim CU president since June, has been named sole finalist from a field of 39 candidates, […]
Zornio: Vertical farming is transforming Colorado’s Front Range
Sally Herbert is an Air Force Reserve veteran who once served in Operation Desert Storm. She also owns and operates Altius, a vertical aeroponic farm in the heart of Denver. Altius is unlike almost any farm you’ve ever seen. From the outside, it looks like any other city block: tall buildings, crowded streets and kids […]