Welcome back to a the series I have very creatively named “Going to College”, in which I’ll discuss the process of applying to and starting college from my perspective. This might be boring for the majority of my readers who are experiencing the same sort of stuff as me, so we’ll see how long this... Continue Reading →
The DOJ says it's an antitrust violation. I think it helps students trying to apply to college honestly.
It's now 2018, and one of the biggest political contests in the country is underway in the Governor's race in Colorado. The petitions just opened to get candidates on the ballot, and when I went to sign Mike Johnston's petition, I was asked by someone I was with as to why I preferred Mike to... Continue Reading →
It's November's mishmash of feelings on political stuff
Last spring, the Denver Public Schools Board of Education voted to close down Gilpin Montessori School in the Curtis Park neighborhood of Denver. While most numbers show that Gilpin was underperforming at a rate well below where DPS wanted the school, parents and community members remain upset over the decision to close down the elementary... Continue Reading →
You've probably heard about him at this point: the 18-year-old high school graduate whose campaign for the Denver Public Schools Board of Education has gone national. His name is Tay Anderson, and he's dangerous for Denver Public Schools. He's uninformed, under the influence of national groups with specific agendas that don't serve all students, and... Continue Reading →