Colorado Gov. Jared Schutz Polis ’96 discussed his plan to begin easing restrictions this week while watching data and to “adjust it in real time” as needed.  — CNN

Political scientist P.W. Singer ’97 was interviewed on what responses to the coronavirus have revealed about the future of technology. — Protocol 

On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, activist Ralph Nader ’55 accused President Trump of “viciously unraveling” environmental progress made since its inception. — Eurasia Review 

The severity of the coronavirus crisis in New York City led to its chief medical examiner, Barbara Sampson ’88, requesting assistance from the National Guard to recover the bodies of those who’ve died at home. — CBS News 

Former first lady Michelle Obama ’85 has been reading some of her favorite children’s books to homebound children on a new digital PBS series. — The New York Times 

Quibi CEO Meg Whitman ’77 says that large tech companies should be aware of their responsibilities to the public as they accumulate influence during the pandemic. — Yahoo Finance 

“Sometimes the things you want the most in life do not always go the way you planned it to go.”

 Ashley Johnson ’08 married Eddie Zhang on their Philadelphia rooftop after their March wedding was canceled. — The New York Times 

Israeli basketball player Spencer Weisz ’17 co-filed a lawsuit over a rule penalizing teams in the country’s basketball league for signing naturalized citizens. — The Jerusalem Post 

After writing a book on the science of friendship, Lydia Denworth ’88 was interviewed about the importance of friendship, especially during a pandemic. — Minnesota Public Radio 

Anthony Romero ’87, executive director of the ACLU, talked with Rachel Maddow about the importance of reducing prison populations and improving sanitation in U.S. prisons. — MSNBC