Gitanjali Rao, 11, won a national competition with an invention that measures lead in drinking water. The honor comes with a $25,000 prize.
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"Smart People" is about four Harvard intellectuals who discover that a high IQ doesn't make it easier to navigate issues of identity and race. The play runs through Nov. 19.
A student reporter and her faculty adviser had to consider the possibility of copycat suicides as they decided how the Grand Junction High School paper would cover two student deaths last year.
In a new book, CSU Global university president Becky Takeda-Tinker proposes a performance-based approach to academics.
In his new book "Colonial Horrors," author Graeme Davis brings together both well known and obscure stories to show how the era continues to influence the genre.
"I think shining a light on that is exactly what I hoped to be able to do by speaking out."
If Denver voters pass a ballot initiative this election big, new buildings would have to be topped with plants, solar panels or both.
A new book explores what black and white interracial couples face in Colorado.
Hernandez-Ramos will be inducted into the Colorado Latino Hall of Fame on Friday. She led the Denver radio station for 23 years.
The Saint Paul Lutheran and Catholic Community of Faith holds Catholic services Saturday evenings and Lutheran services Sunday mornings, but is considered one community of faith.