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114 studies on flipped classrooms show small payoff for big effort

In a flipped classroom, students watch video lectures before class and use class time to work on assignments and group projects. It’s...

In a pandemic holiday, women still do it all

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In a pandemic holiday, women still do it all Originally published by The 19th. It...

‘He wanted to be heard’

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When Seth Franco moved to Boulder almost a decade ago, he pulled into the parking lot of The Source — a...

News from around the County and state

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Colorado has a new conservation bison herd While many may know the Centennial State for its mountains, Eastern...

The end of fracking?

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Sometimes, when I close my eyes, I can still seem them. The ranchers, the men in khaki pants, the school teachers walking...

Project Censored’s Top 10 stories show missing patterns in corporate news

Every year since 1976, Project Censored has performed an invaluable service — shedding light on the most significant news that’s somehow...

Nothing is guaranteed

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Fossil fuel development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is one step closer to becoming a reality as of Nov....

Can local businesses survive the winter?

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Think about your favorite local business. Your favorite watering hole or hair salon or boutique outdoor retailer. Don’t — for just a...

News Briefs: How Trump can still ruin the environment, local climate...

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Environmentalists lament what Trump administration might be able to push through before leaving office Assuming all lawsuits are thrown...

Election recap

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While most of the country, and world for that matter, has been singularly focused on the presidential election, plenty happened with...

Signing up

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If you drove down 28th Street in Boulder any Saturday in the last two months, you saw the Trump party. An unmarked,...

Analyzing the risk

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Let’s start with a theoretical scenario: Al Capone and Mother Theresa are both arrested and charged with committing murder. Based on...