Seven gubernatorial candidates made a play to stand out on Nov. 12 at St. Cajetan’s event center. A mix of businessmen, former politicians and civil servants debated Colorado politics during the three hour debate. The debate was hosted by a coalition of 13 different non profit and activist groups such as Together We Will Colorado […]
Met Media’s joint production between The Metropolitan, The Met Report and Met Radio live from the Gubernatorial Candidate Forum on Energy, Immigration & Elections. Dayna L. Himot (Met Radio, Host) and Esteban Fernandez (The Metropolitan, Editor-in-chief) moderate a debate with Madison Lauterbach (The Metropolitan, News Editor ), Janis Carrasquel (Noticiero TVMet, Producer) Cassie Ballard (The Metropolitan, Web […]
The Met Report’s Ramsey Scott talks with John Hickenlooper, Governor-elect of Colorado after his win on election night in Denver, Co. Nov. 2nd, 2010
If the state gets what it wants, in 15 years half of Colorado students graduating from four-year institutions could be graduating with $80,000 in debt on average. That might be best-case scenario, too, because if colleges and universities get what they want, going to school could be even more expensive. Welcome to the party, my name’s James.
Higher education funding is on a high-speed train heading toward the 2011-2012 cliff where the federal stimulus money bridge is out and the governor’s office is standing at the bottom of the cliff surveying the situation.