You need to speak English while we devour your culture. In 2000, 15% of Colorado’s population spoke a language other than English. Roughly 422,000 people spoke dialects of Spanish, almost 31,000 spoke German, and approximately 19,000 spoke French. Also included in the count were Korean, Chinese, Arabic, Japanese, Italian, Polish, and Russian. Just this month, […]
Today we explore Amerikuh. The red, white and blue. We review policies of the past & hopes shared by American scholars for the country’s future. We also listen student’s views on our country at Voices On Campus. The University co-hosts and rabblerousers: Miriam Mimi Madrid, Theresa Cole, Carolyn Jarvis Segments: From the 1927 Grand Council of […]
The rest as they say is history. If the past is what truly sets the context for what will be the present and the future then America is exactly what it should be. America is as it has always been, a nation divided. Sadly it is a nation still divided at its core by race […]
Mariachi music is undoubtedly tied to Latino culture, but it’s a style of music meant to transcend heritage and appeal to many. Performances are an intimate experience between the musicians and the crowd. The infectious, powerful rhythms of the guitarrón weave against the violin’s melancholia. Trumpets burst with sound and seize the moment, as […]
The rally was in the shadow of Donald Trump’s visit to Denver, where he addressed the Western Conservative Summit hosted at the Colorado Convention Center.
After celebrating the 240th anniversary of gaining independence from Britain, it’s only fair to ask (given the state of our union) do we have too much democracy? I feel as if I should offer some context to this question. As a democratic republic here in the United States, we have the political phenomena of Hillary […]
As we anxiously wade through elections, polls, presidential candidates and their wives, a thought emerges that politics “back in the day” must have been the epitome of class and democracy. Sadly, American politics and the race for the oval throne has always been closer to intestinal mud wrestling than a civil debate of differing views. […]