CU prof launches ‘Humor Initiative’ in bid to lighten Boulder’s political discourse

Original article can be found at Daily Camera Originally published on October 13, 2015 By Charlie Brennan A politician walks into the bar. No, scratch that. Better make it a horse. Too often, politics and humor have been like oil and water, uneasy partners except perhaps in unscripted moments such...

Colorado higher-ed leaders discuss importance of research as part of Chopp’s inauguration

Original article can be found at University of Denver Magazine Originally published on September 20, 2015 By Theresa Ahrens The University of Denver on Friday welcomed more than a dozen leaders from higher education institutions across the state of Colorado — both public and private, serving traditional and non-traditional students...

Limerick: Hold on to your sense of humor, America

Original article can be found at The Denver Post Originally published on September 18, 2015 By Patty Limerick Is our nation approaching an ungovernable state, paralyzed by polarization and pettiness? Is there an out-of-the-box remedy we should try? How about a friendly amendment to the Declaration of Independence? Originalists and...

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Daniel Kemmis

June 1, 1997

Former Montana Statesman Former Mayor of Missoula June 1, 1997