Ahead of the return to campus, Top’s editor Brian Wagenaar caught up with the new SGA president, Kyla Engleman
Joni Reynolds provides a midsummer Covid-19 update as Mountaineers prepare for their campus return.
Mental health chats: Axis Health System’s Nya Greenstone on treating suicidality, mental health triage, and reasons for hope
Nya Greenstone, clinical supervisor for Axis Health System’s Youth Suicide and Threat Prevention Program, spoke with Top’s Editor about a series of mental health topics.
“Our food—not only does it taste really good, but people will tell me at the farmers market—our spinach makes people feel good. They can feel it on a cellular and energetic level,” notes Sue Wyman, Gunnison Gardens’ founder.
Recent alumnus Tristan Buss returns to Western to take role with campus library, expand literary offerings
In his short tenure, Buss has been busy expanding the library’s offerings of manga and graphic novels.
Western alumna and employee Veronica Wilde utilizes recycled materials to produce and sell her GunniBags at a small scale and with a friendly community feel.
Mental health chats: The Center for Mental Health’s Paul Reich on community stressors, pandemic trends, and local resources
Paul Reich from the Center for Mental Health discusses mental health on the Western Slope.
Conservation conversations: Discussing the newly unveiled GORP Act with GPLI’s Community Organizer Lizzy Bauer
Learn more about the newly unveiled Gunnison Outdoor Resources Protection Act from the Gunnison Public Land Initiative’s Community Organizer Lizzy Bauer.
Staff Writer Rebecca Briesmoore reflects on her connection to the natural world in this essay.
Staff Writer Rebecca Briesmoore reflects on returning to her home state of Iowa.
The Gunnison Valley Theater Festival begins this weekend with “As You Like It”, an updated take on a Shakespeare classic.
Gunnison-based Raindog Boatworks builds wooden dory boats in the style of the legendary Grand Canyon boat builders of the 1970s.
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