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April 2, 2021
Read more about Glenwood Springs Post Independent: “Curated Carbondale Gallery meant to raise awareness around climate change”
Read more about Brookings: “Video games are the new contested space for public policy”
Read more about Cheddar: “The Unintended Consequences Of the Facebook Like Button - The Lightbulb Moment”
Read more about he Conversation: “Two stereotypes that diminish the humanity of the Atlanta shooting victims – and all Asian Americans”
Read more about CU Boulder: “Buffs bring civility through Bateman Competition”
Read more about CU Boulder Today: “Designing Tech with Mortality in Mind”
Read more about The New York Times: “The Kind Workers at King Soopers Who Helped a Confused College Kid”
Feb. 26, 2021
Read more about Artnet News: "Most People Can’t Tell the Difference Between Art Made by Humans and by AI, a Rather Concerning New Study Says"
Read more about Colorado Hometown Weekly: "Erie adds director of communications and community engagement to its staff"
Feb. 15, 2021
Read more about The Atlantic: “The Terrifying Warning Lurking in the Earth’s Ancient Rock Record”
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