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Will the 2020 election see a historic youth vote?

Experts predict a strong turnout, especially in Colorado where a new law encourages first-time voters and officials focus efforts on college students.

Trauma-informed yoga takes root in Denver

WATCH: Jalisa Williams’ Soulflower Experiences grows holistic and safe spaces for people of color to heal their bodies and their minds.

Patricia Ordaz

Capitol gains

Patricia Ordaz fights for immigrants such as herself as a legislative aide to U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris.

Will the 2020 presidential election kill debate?

Communications and political-science experts weigh in on the merits of the form in the country's fractured political environment.

McMaster reiterates call for confidence in American democracy

WATCH: The former U.S. national security advisor spoke about his new book, “Battlegrounds: The Fight to Defend the Free World," with MSU Denver President Janine Davidson.

Emma Dickson, Miss Black Colorado 2020 HERO

Pageant provides platform for racial-justice message

Emma Dickson, Miss Black Colorado 2020, plans on earning an MBA and opening a wellness spa. But first, she will raise her voice at the Miss Black USA pageant.

The Denver Film Fest is going virtual in 2020, with movies including "The Trouble with Being Born."

Denver Film Festival goes virtual, aims to grow audience

With the pandemic shuttering theatres, film festivals expand their appeal by shifting cinema from the art house to your house. PLUS: 4 top picks for flicks

Horror movie fans are better at coping with COVID-19

Here's why aficionados of the film genre are more psychologically resilient to the pandemic.

Train to Busan, the South Korean zombie flick, is a refreshing take on a genre that’s too often full of tired tropes and predictable outcomes.

5 infectiously entertaining pandemic pics

Stream these contagious classics to build your psychological resilience to 2020.

Your election 2020 voting questions answered

Here’s what Colorado college students need to know to ensure that their vote is counted.

Violence against journalists in the spotlight

WATCH: A panel of journalists and criminal-justice experts discussed the rising threats to journalists covering protests.

The show must go on (Zoom)

When COVID-19 made live theatre impossible, this troupe of Denver artists innovated to produce a digital adaptation of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” for the pandemic era.

Will the 2020 election see a historic youth vote?

Experts predict a strong turnout, especially in Colorado where a new law encourages first-time voters and officials focus efforts on college students.

Angelica Prisciliano

UndocuHub centralizes critical resources for Colorado’s undocumented and immigrant populations

The new program provides a single access point for legal, health care, housing, financial, education and employment information. Here’s how that will benefit scores of thousands of Coloradans.

COVID-19 pandemic adds complexities to domestic violence in Colorado

At the beginning of national Domestic Violence Awareness Month, experts and victim advocates fear a surge in reports of interpersonal violence.

Health care partnership scales Colorado COVID-19 contact-tracing effort

Here’s how Tri-County Health Department, MSU Denver and Front Range Community College are joining forces to increase capacity – and compassion – in coronavirus contact tracing and positive-case investigations.

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