Is the US Prepared for the Ideas of Former Governor Hickenlooper?

John Hickenlooper is a Democrat who served as the governor of Colorado between 2011 and 2019. He brought many changes to Colorado’s legislation, and the population was more than happy with them. Nowadays, Hickenlooper is not a governor anymore, but he did inform the public that he will be running for the presidential elections in […]

Is the Right to Bear Arms Hurting Our Kids and Triggering School Shootings?

In a number of shooting events happening all over the USA, the last one has probably triggered the biggest reactions. Kendrick Castillo is a young man that you have probably heard about in all the national and international news. He selflessly threw himself at the shooter in order to defeat the gunman and protect his […]

Physical Health in Colorado at the Top of the Game — Mental Health in Crisis

People know Colorado as one of the most physically fit states. The residents of this state lead healthy and athletic lives, and they enjoy all kinds of sports. In fact, Colorado residents are so healthy that they have the second lowest rate of cardiovascular disease. Suicide Rates Are Not Dropping However, psychologists claim that Colorado […]

A Psychological Survey Conducted Among Teenagers Carries an Important Message

Colorado is one of the states with the highest percentage of suicides. School officials try to find a way to prevent the tragedy. A Psychological Survey Tackles Serious Mental Health Challenges A group of psychologists, therapists and counselors gathered in a conference room at a Canyon City high school on a Monday morning in April. […]

The Glorification of Two Heroes That Gave Their Lives for Others May Be Dangerous

There are serious issues to be discussed related to the reactions to recent school shootings in Colorado state. Can People Learn How to Handle Life-Threatening Situations? There is a new trend in Colorado schools regarding school safety. Nowadays, the training includes the youngest students who learn how to help their teacher block the door and […]

Adam Lerner Is Leaving the MCA After Ten Stellar Years

The director and the creative animator who reinvented the entire concept of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver stepped aside at his peak. Adam Lerner Is Leaving the MCA in Search for New Challenges Adam Lerner, a respected curator, is going to leave Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art in June after ten successful years […]

With 104 Colorado Districts Adopt Four-Day School Week, What Can Kids Do?

As many school districts in Colorado face severe restrictions, they adopted the four-days-long school week. How should students spend this day off? What Should Kids Do to Fill in the Gap Day? Crystal Gallegos sends off her two children, Angelica and Paul, every Monday to the nearby Nature center to volunteer instead of sending them […]

‘Serious Play’ Exhibition Will Take You Back to the Post-War Era

All vintage lovers will enjoy this mid-century design exhibition that has been open to the public since May 5. The Exhibition Reminds You to Take Pleasure Seriously American post-WWII design reflects the collective feeling of relief after years of suffering, as it offers a breath of fresh air with innovative materials, imaginative designs, and bright […]

A Full-Time K Free Program Brings Equality to Colorado Kindergartens

Once it starts working, all families will benefit from the free full-time kindergarten program, notwithstanding their income. A Full-Time K Project Offers Equal Benefits to All An official survey conducted ten years ago in Colorado about the incorporation of full-time kindergarten into state schools didn’t get full support. Telluride, one of the wealthiest state areas, […]