Guest Columns

PERA should divest from fossil fuels for the climate as well...

Colorado legislators and Colorado’s state pension fund — Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) — should be paying close attention to the fact...

We need to talk about the new normal

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There is a thirst in the community to talk about the pandemic and discuss how it has changed our lives. A...

Generational opportunity for Colorado’s transportation system

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Colorado and the nation are on the brink of a large infusion of federal and state dollars for infrastructure from the...

Boulder County should have the final say on Gross Dam expansion,...

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Denying Denver Water’s 1041 application may be our only hope of saving Coal Creek Canyon and the north shore of Gross...

Race is a thread that connects all mass shootings

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When a gunman opened fire in the Table Mesa King Soopers on Monday, March 22, prematurely ending the lives of 10...

On Atlanta and Boulder killings: Abolitionist visions

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The horrific killing of six Asian and Asian American women by a white man in Atlanta last week has brought to...

It’s not my proclivity for avocado toast

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I’m 25 years old, and while I do enjoy avocado toast and a latte every now and again, that isn’t what’s...

Clinging to privilege

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On Saturday, March 6, hundreds of CU Boulder students played part in a maskless, bacchanal spring celebration in the midst of...

Why the industrial compost facility in East Boulder County should not...

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When it comes to Boulder County’s plan for an industrial composting facility: words matter. When elected officials make promises to voters...

If we can find WallStreetBets users, why can’t we find Q?

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In the final days of January, the identity of Reddit user “DeepF—ingValue” from the forum WallStreetBets was made public at the...

Designing for affordability

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I recently read the opinion piece about “Welcoming more racial diversity through affordable housing” by Shane Czarnecki (Re: Guest Column, Dec. 24, 2020),...

A call for immigration reform

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Scrolling through my Facebook feed, last week I noticed a rare delight: Edith Franco was beaming. Recently graduated with a master’s degree,...