Think a mild case of COVID-19 is no big deal? Think again | Trish Zornio

BY: - October 20, 2021

New research shows concerning effects of the virus, even in asymptomatic cases.


Here’s the cost of not spending $3.5T to transform Americans’ lives | Trish Zornio

BY: - October 10, 2021

Yes, it's expensive. But inaction on climate change, education will cost us far more.


5 facts anti-abortion activists get wrong | Trish Zornio

BY: - September 15, 2021

Misinformation on basic biology has led to bad policy for pregnant people.


Vaccines for kids are coming but they can’t be rushed | Trish Zornio

BY: - September 6, 2021

Many parents are experiencing increased anxiety over how to keep their children safe as schools reopen. It is for this reason that the perceived risk analysis has changed.


Teaching was hard enough already. COVID-19 made it nearly impossible, so I quit | Trish Zornio

BY: - August 31, 2021

By Trish Zornio It took 36 years, but I’ve finally left school. The end came shortly after University of Colorado administrators denied faculty the ability to teach remotely amid yet another COVID-19 surge. Following the denial, a stream of unusual advice for professors trickled in: anticipate chaos, get creative and, if necessary, call the police. […]


States and schools should reinstate mask mandates | Trish Zornio

BY: - July 27, 2021

If we don’t act now, masks could become a long-term fashion accessory.


A just verdict is not justice, it’s accountability — and we need more | Opinion

BY: - April 23, 2021

The United States government, however, apparently cannot tell you exactly how many lives have been lost at the hands of law enforcement.