Having a field day

College conferences, Hillside partner on free youth sports clinic It didn’t take long for the competition to heat up between the Spartans and the Girl Power Pandas Oct. 5. And that’s good thing, given that the boys vs. girls soccer scrimmage lasted only about five

Don’t walk!

Southeast shoulders more than a third of city’s pedestrian fatalities By Faith Miller The Southeast Express Last year, the city experienced a record number of traffic fatalities, with 48 people killed in deadly crashes. Of those 48 deaths, 13 involved pedestrians — almost three times

Winter ready

Energy Resource Center provides clients with free weatherization services By Faith Miller The Southeast Express When Venus Cenedella called Energy Resource Center to help her insulate her house, “it was like Christmas on steroids in the weatherization department,” she said in a client testimonial video

‘Tis the season for sharing

This holiday season, let’s start a new culinary tradition! The holidays mean food, family and friendship. Whether your winter holiday traditions involve gathering with your closest pals around an overflowing table; cramming yourself into a kitchen packed with cousins to hand-roll your grandmother’s favorite tamales;

Get out the (youth) vote

By Patience Kabwasa Special to the Southeast Express On Nov. 5, many Coloradans will scurry to drop off their mail-in ballots or vote in person for state and municipal issues in coordinated elections. And, if national trends are any indication, young voters will come out

SPECIAL COVERAGE: An issue of access

Voting can challenge those with disabilities; resources, support help bridge the gap By Kit Waggoner Special to the Southeast Express For some disabled voters it can be impossible to go to polling places, to understand the legalese used for ballot measures or even to fill

SPECIAL COVERAGE: Pulse of the presidential

Here’s what some college students have to say about the 2016 election and their voting habits By Bryan Ruminski Special to the Southeast Express On Nov. 8, 2016, Republican Donald J. Trump won the presidential election. The results are still debated today. We conducted a

SPECIAL COVERAGE: ‘College’ class

A look at the Electoral College … and how it could change By Lacey Berig Special to the Southeast Express The Electoral College has become controversial. The National Archives and Records Administration website says, “The Electoral College is a process, not a place.” It is