Hallway chair races, classroom dance parties, and group sing alongs. Morale boosters like these were the ingredients that helped boost the spirit of some teachers and students across Boulder Valley schools after floods poured through their classrooms in September. “Some children donated their life savings – their piggy banks – to the Crest View fund,”Continue reading “A Learning Process: How Boulder Valley schools found strength through the floods”
‘sup with all these white kids listening to gangsta rap? I tried to figure it out. Three 20-somethings who grew up in the suburbs of America explain why they love the genre.
By Lauren Maslen Where can you call home? Is it the town your family lives in? The city you grew up in? Or maybe it’s where you choose to raise your own children. Do you choose your home or does it choose you? Line 77 of the “Boulder Zodiac,” a poem written by Anne WaldmanContinue reading “You settled here: how the Boulder Tattoo Project inked and linked a community forever”