Esteban L. Hernandez

Reporter in Connecticut.
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Longmont Magazine – Trigger Time Gun Club

cu international festival, april 23, 2011

Longmont Magazine – Embracing Culutre: Baile folklórico

Looks like I’ve found a place

The feeling? Unbelievable. I found out on Thursday that I’ve found a place to live for the summer during my stay in New York City. Am I excited? More than excited, I was like a child on Thursday. My dad was the first one to know. Now, now, now I can really start getting excited … Continue reading


Here are some of my recent published article for ASSETT,  Arts and Science Support of Education Through Technology, and their mission is supporting the use of tech in the classroom in the school of Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado at Boulder. I have been employed there since the spring of 2010. Recently … Continue reading

CU Independent clips

Here is a collection of clips from my time at the CU Independent, the student newspaper site of the University of Colorado at Boulder, where I spent two years as a general news reporter and sports reporter before serving as sports editor for three semesters. I was fortunate enough to publish at least one article … Continue reading

Opinion – Changing a nation? It starts with education

As he walked on the stage of Macky Auditorium, a thunderous applause served as a fanfare for Vicente Fox . He was all smiles. Welcomed by students from the University of Colorado and community members of Boulder, he appeared unflinching with each hand. A former president of Mexico, his country, and one I also consider … Continue reading

Opinion – A case for civil disobedience

I’ve always been very proud of graduating from Hinkley High School. A large school, with some 1,700 students when I attended, Hinkley is not always known for having the highest test results, graduation rates or even successful sports teams. But as a graduate from the school I can say that hardly matters the moment a … Continue reading

Opinion – Teaching Latino history in Colo. classrooms

Incorporating the Latino history of Colorado will be the task of at least 25 more history teachers in some of the larger districts in the state. Some of the districts that will be involved in this new initiative include Adams 12 District and Cherry Creek. With the help of Metro State and other in-state programs, … Continue reading

Opinion – Local high school grad rates high, but so are remedial course needs in college

A recent article by CU alum Yesenia Robles for the Denver Post brought to light how more high school kids are graduating in a four-year period. But there is a slight setback. As the article notes, while 2010 saw 72.4 percent of high school students graduate in four years, a slight increase from 2009 when … Continue reading

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