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  1. Colleges come to senses the hard wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 18 | Denver Post

    Harvard University came under justified attack when it named Chelsea Manning a visiting fellow. Critics asked how Harvard could honor a former U.S. Army officer convicted of leaking 750,000 classified or sensitive documents.

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  2. Confusion hits consumer market over U.S. ban of KasperskyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 17 | Denver Post

    This Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, file photo shows a sign above the headquarters of Kaspersky Lab in Moscow. Worries rippled through the consumer market for antivirus software after the U.S. government banned federal agencies from using Kaspersky Lab software on Wednesday, Sept.

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  3. Yes, antifa is the moral equivalent of neo-NazisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 1 | Denver Post

    Antifa members and counter-protesters gather to oppose a "No To Marxism in America" rally on Aug. 27 at Martin Luther King Jr. Park in Berkeley, Calif. Last weekend in Berkeley, Calif., a group of neo-communist antifa - "anti-fascist" - thugs attacked peaceful protesters at a "No to Marxism in America" rally, wielding sticks and pepper spray, and beating people with homemade shields that read "No Hate."

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  4. Yale offers a tutorial in social descentRead the original story

    Friday Sep 1 | Denver Post

    Above, a carving that adorns Yale's Sterling Memorial Library depicts a Puritan settler pointing a musket at the head of a Native American. Below, the same carving has a stone strategically placed to cover the musket.

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  5. Nancy Pelosi, in Denver visit, says violent "antifa" activists...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Denver Post

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi speaks during a rally against the American Health Care Act last Thursday in front of the U.S. Capitol. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, during a visit to Denver on Wednesday, condemned the violence of "antifa" activists in recent demonstrations but said they don't represent Democrats.

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  6. Black-clad anarchists storm Berkeley rally, assault 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | Denver Post

    Black-clad anarchists on Sunday stormed into what had been a largely peaceful Berkeley protest against hate and attacked at least five people, including the leader of a politically conservative group who canceled an event a day earlier in San Francisco amid fears of violence. The group of more than 100 hooded protesters, with shields emblazoned with the words "no hate" and waving a flag identifying themselves as anarchists, busted through police lines, avoiding security checks by officers to take away possible weapons.

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  7. Right-wing activist faces charges from March Berkeley eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 | Denver Post

    A right-wing organizer faces a charge of illegal possession of a baton he was seen swinging at counter-protesters during a chaotic rally for President Donald Trump in Berkeley, California earlier this year. The Alameda County district attorney filed the felony charge against 41-year-old Kyle Chapman on Wednesday.

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  8. International venture capital partnership to bring Israeli energy startups to ColoradoRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Denver Post

    In a unique international partnership, the Israeli government and a Colorado-based venture capital fund will start a new program to bring to Colorado Israeli startups that focus on water, energy and transportation. The Israel-Colorado Innovation Fund is a venture capital firm established in April by Gili Elkin, an Israeli citizen but a native of Berkeley, Calif., who worked in Silicon Valley representing venture capital firms.

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  9. Colorado lawmaker wants to give 16-year-olds a shot at elected leadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2017 | Denver Post

    State Rep. Jonathan Singer, a Longmont Democrat, said he will introduce legislation in 2018 that would allow either local voters or a school board to lower the minimum age to run for a board seat to 16. Singer said he's working with several youth groups, including Project VOYCE, which develops future leaders in underserved communities, to hammer out the details of his proposal. He said the object is to get teens involved in the political process and to give a voice to those who are most impacted by a school board's decision.

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  10. University of Denver and University of California Berkeley students team up to build solar homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2017 | Denver Post

    Right now, it's just a wood platform sitting in a parking lot near the University of Denver. But starting in a few weeks, students from DU and the University of California Berkeley plan to turn this collection of nails and wood into an 816-square-foot environmentally sustainable home.

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  11. Maine tried to raise its minimum wage. Restaurant workers didn't want it.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2017 | Denver Post

    As the Maine House voted on a bill to reduce the minimum wage for tipped restaurant workers, Jason Buckwalter and a dozen fellow servers listening to the vote call from the backroom of a Bangor steakhouse. All hoped to hear one thing: that state legislators had voted to lower their wages.

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  12. Universities must unequivocally protect free speech on their campusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2017 | Denver Post

    Demonstrators protest the cancellation of a speech by conservative political commentator Ann Coulter at the University of California Berkeley on April 27. I read through Professor Ved Nanda's article searching for a defense of the First Amendment, but what I found was a rationalization for limiting free speech to those that have been anointed correct in their beliefs. Those who are incorrect because they offend the first group are to be denied access to universities because their speech might attack someone's "humanity."

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  13. Climate change in the U.S. could help the rich and hurt the poorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2017 | Denver Post

    In this June 22, 2017, file photo, beachgoers enter the water even though double-red flags are flying, warning of dangerous conditions and extremely rough surf in the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy, in Seaside, Fla. An extensive first-of-its-kind study says global warming is likely to hit southern and poorer U.S. counties hard.

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  14. Meet the owner of Colorado Fine Art Reproduction in ConiferRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2017 | Denver Post

    Business: Colorado Fine Art Reproduction Address: 12135 Cochise Circle, Conifer Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, by appointment on weekends Founded: 1982 in California, 2012 in Colorado Contact: 303-838-0626, coloradofineartreproduction.com Employees: 1 Q: How did you get involved in this business? A: I attended classes at San Francisco State University and University of California Berkeley and was a student of Immogen Cunningham for three years. I started business professionally in 1975 as a product/advertising photographer in San Francisco, and began imaging original art in 1982.

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  15. Experts: Uber must make changes at top to fix culture woesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2017 | Denver Post

    Uber must get rid of leaders who tolerate bad behavior and hire people who don't - including up to the chief executive - experts say, as the ride-hailing company gets ready to announce significant changes to its culture and management. Uber's board has adopted the recommendations of former attorney heneral Eric Holder, who investigated its toxic culture of harassment and bullying.

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  16. Acute myopic hypocrisy over conservative campus speakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2017 | Denver Post

    Milo Yiannopoulos, the controversial former Breitbart editor, speaks at the University of Colorado Boulder campus on Jan. 25. Yiannopoulos canceled a speech at the University of California Berkeley after violent protests over his planned appearance. Froma Harrop, like many far-left Democrats, suffers from acute myopic hypocrisy, exacerbated by the election of Donald Trump.

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  17. The irony of liberal protesters protesting Ann Coulter, an extreme right-wing protesterRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2017 | Denver Post

    Demonstrators protest the cancellation of a speech by conservative political commentator Ann Coulter at the University of California Berkeley on April 27. Two articles in The Denver Post considered the Berkeley campus free-speech uproar. I believe Ann Coulter should have been received peacefully as a speaker at the University of California.

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  18. Cal-Berkeley rugby player paralyzed after accident in national championship gameRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | Denver Post

    California-Berkeley rugby player Robert Paylor's life changed in an instant on Saturday when a freak accident during the Bears' 43-13 national championship victory over Arkansas State left him paralyzed from the chest down. One thing remained remarkably steady, however.

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  19. Why I invited Ann Coulter to speak at UC BerkeleyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2017 | Denver Post

    Demonstrators protest the cancellation of a speech by conservative political commentator Ann Coulter at the University of California Berkeley on April 27. I founded BridgeUSA, the nonpartisan organization that invited Ann Coulter to the University of California at Berkeley's campus. Our organization hopes to create a future in which our campus and our country are venues for free and fair political discussion and debate from all sides.

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  20. "Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent": Portrait of a chef seeking redemptionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2017 | Denver Post

    For someone who has had such an illustrious career, Jeremiah Tower may be the nation's most unfortunate chef. As chef de cuisine of Chez Panisse from 1972 to 1978, he made the famed restaurant in Berkeley, California, what it was, but it's only founder Alice Waters' name that people associate with it.

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