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Deep experience

Snow-research pioneer Chris George spent decades studying Colorado’s slide-prone slopes. His work lives on in the Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies.

Experts weigh in on the debate over student-debt forgiveness

Here’s how the situation looks to a finance expert and two Roadrunners paying off their loans.

Addiction recovery a year into Covid-19 pandemic

Mental-health experts and those battling substance-use disorders discuss the challenges and opportunities of a new era in recovery.

Colorado moves to eliminate food insecurity on campus

New effort announced by Gov. Jared Polis also prioritizes mental-health needs for college students.

Student teachers adjust to Covid realities

Here are the lessons tomorrow’s educators are learning as they navigate in-person and online classrooms amid the pandemic.

Does putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill honor her memory?

The Biden administration has revived efforts to make the abolitionist the first Black American on a U.S. bill. But aspects of the plan give some scholars pause. Here’s why.

Deep experience

Snow-research pioneer Chris George spent decades studying Colorado’s slide-prone slopes. His work lives on in the Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies.

Career ladder

Firefighters return to the classroom to advance their skills and lives.

Care across lifetimes

This husband-and-wife doctor duo met at MSU Denver, went to med school together and now help their rural community realize whole-person wellness.

Denver's artists adapt to Covid

The pandemic has devastated Colorado’s creative community. But Denver artists are drawing together and imagining what comes next. PLUS: Preview 'Hail the Dark Lioness,' a new Center for Visual Art exhibition.

Deadly Colorado avalanches underscore dangers of unstable snowpack

Fickle early-season storms and increased backcountry usage are factors behind a deadly winter week in Colorado and across the country. Here’s how hydrologists view the state’s current snowpack and avalanche danger.

Scotti Gladney was named SpringHill Suites by Marriott’s General Manager of the Year for 2020 and made Hotel Management Magazine’s GMs to Watch list. More than a GM, he’s also a faculty member at the School of Hospitality, teaching courses on management and operations while pursuing his master’s in business administration. Photo by Alyson McClaran

Denver hotel GM of the Year vows to come back ‘stronger than ever’

SpringHill Suites’ Scotti Gladney is focused on what his hard-hit industry does best: hospitality.

Big brands are passing on Super Bowl ads. Here’s why

Budweiser, Coke, Pepsi, Ford and Hyundai are among the recognizable brands sitting out the big game this year.

Of cooking and community

Fetien Gebre-Michael built an Ethiopian-food empire in the Mile High City — and in the process grew a community that is sustaining her business through the pandemic and the fight for racial justice.

Tibs ordered from Konjo Ethiopian.

Fetien Gebre-Michael’s essential Ethiopian

The chef/owner of Konjo Ethiopian Food serves up your guide to her home country’s cuisine.

Macroeconomist Kishore Kulkarni on the president’s massive relief proposal, the country’s uneven recovery and the prospects for the post-pandemic economy.

An economist’s view of Biden’s $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief plan

Macroeconomist Kishore Kulkarni on the president’s massive relief proposal, the country’s uneven recovery and the prospects for the post-pandemic economy.

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