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Posts Tagged ‘youth’

The Atlantic Cities | The Rise of the Sharing Economy

The Atlantic Cities | The Rise of the Sharing Economy

Millennials aren’t just into sharing cars; they’re into sharing everything, and car-sharing just happens to tap into this broader movement. Some people have begun to dub this the "collaborative consumption economy," following the idea that [...]

NPR | Who Are The Young Farmers Of ‘Generation Organic’?

NPR | Who Are The Young Farmers Of ‘Generation Organic’?

"Lindsey Shute's husband Ben has been running his own farm in Tivoli, New York, for ten years now. He says that the great thing about farming is that it's a really practical form of idealism. 'It's all well and good – and important – to have [...]

Kids Artwalk Boulder

Kids Artwalk Boulder

The North Boulder Recreation Center's walls are covered with outrageous displays of color and creativity.  The Youth Services Initiative, led by Alex Zinga through Boulder's Parks and Recreation Department, is putting on an art show and the rec [...]

iMatter March

iMatter March

This is Xiuhtezcatl - I am 11 years old. With the help of my mom, Tamara, I am writing to let you know about a very urgent matter. I am an Earth Guardian Leader, and my mom, well she is the backbone of our organization.  Our future is in [...]

BVSD: You’ve Got Mail

BVSD:  You’ve Got Mail

With just a few days to gather signatures, the following letter was submitted at the March 8th Boulder Valley School Board meeting with 164 signatures from staff and teachers at 5 high schools and 2 middle schools:   We, the undersigned [...]

Urge CU Regents to Support ASSET

Urge CU Regents to Support ASSET

Our Colorado state legislature is currently considering SB 126, the Colorado ASSET bill, legislation that would permit undocumented students to pay unsubsidized in-state tuition in Colorado (i.e., students would not qualify for Colorado Opportunity [...]

Colorado Independent | CU Students rally to support ASSET bill to provide in-state tuition for undocumented students

Colorado Independent | CU Students rally to support ASSET bill to provide in-state tuition for undocumented students

Over 100 CU students braved the fierce cold on Wednesday to show support for SB 126, which would grant undocumented Colorado students access to higher education through in-state tuition. Last week, Rep. Angela Giron, D-Pueblo, and Sen. Michael [...]

Generation Namby-pamby

Generation Namby-pamby

When did I turn into that crotchety old lady who talks about the good old days when I had to walk uphill both ways, to and from school?  I’d say it was the day before yesterday, when I learned that school had been canceled for my high school [...]

Grist | Lessons from Ann Cooper’s school-food revolution in Boulder

Grist | Lessons from Ann Cooper’s school-food revolution in Boulder

Ann Cooper is conducting a clinic in Boulder on how to rescue school food. Is anyone paying attention? In remaking the lunch line in Boulder schools, Cooper has revealed the federally subsidized school meals program as living somewhere in the [...]

Casey and the Dead Zone

Casey and the Dead Zone

What's a neighborhood school without the sounds of kids playing on the ball fields? Once upon a time before a $24.7 million dollar renovation, paid for by taxpayers, Casey Junior High had two ball fields. The fields emanated sounds of girl's [...]

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