Philip Maravilla

Dia de los Muertos Norberto Mojardin

Denver Artist Celebrates Dia de los Muertos With A Personal Touch

Dia de los Muertos, the Mexican custom of honoring the dead at this time of the year, is growing beyond the communities that have traditionally celebrated it. It’s usually observed at the beginning of November but Denver artist Norberto Mojardin has extended the celebration through much of the month. He’s transformed an old Walmart in Aurora into what may be the largest Dia de los Muertos exhibition in the United States.
Colorado State University CSU Campus Welcome Center

CSU Resumes Classes While Football Program Remains On Hold Pending Investigation Into Allegations Of Racism

Sources inside Colorado State University paint an ugly picture of the culture in the athletics department, especially for players and staffers of color. An outside investigation is underway and the football program’s been paused. This all came to light because of reporting by The Coloradoan newspaper in Fort Collins. Journalist Miles Blumhardt and one of his sources, CSU mental health counselor Jimmy Stewart, join Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner to talk about the allegations.

Tracking Climate Change And Its Impact In Colorado

A Washington Post Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation found that Colorado’s Western Slope is one of the largest areas in the United States to warm two degrees Celsius or more in the last 125 years. Juliet Eilperin is senior national affairs correspondent for The Washington Post, covering environmental and energy policy. She joined Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner to talk about the impact as two wildfires burn in the region.