After months of protests and complaints from constituents, Sen. Cory Gardner held three town hall meetings throughout Colorado on Aug. 15. The event followed almost two weeks after Gardner’s first town hall in more than a year on Aug. 4. The anger of the last few months toward Gardner was evident at the first of […]
On March 27 at The Way Back bar, Jack Daniel’s presented a hand-picked single-barrel whisky in partnership with the Colorado Bartender’s Guild. The unveiling of the special edition barrel, which will be bottled in Colorado, raised money and awareness for the charity Protect Our Winters. The organization was founded by professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones in […]
Sustainable building is the wave of the future for many architectural designers, and the new Student Success Building on Auraria is no different.
As I write this review of a book devoted to the plight of polar bears and their natural habitat, all parts of the globe are involved in “Earth Hour.” This worldwide action of turning off lights and appliances is a call to attention.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you’ve in the last few days heard a Conservative say something to the effect of “It’s been snowing for a week in D.C., what happened to global warming?” or you’ve heard a Liberal say something to the effect of “Oh no, an increase in snow is a sure sign of global warming; there is more moisture in the air!” The general populace groans, and climatologists shake their heads at the poor layman talking heads.