Theft, assault, sabotage and a suspicious death—it's not a description you’d expect to hear about Mt. Everest. It certainly wasn’t what Michael Kodas had imagined when he went there as part of an expedition to write about a husband and wife who had climbed the world’s highest peak 15 times.
On Dec. 20, 2014, the University of Colorado Boulder honored candidates for 1,707 degrees, including 1,194 bachelor’s degrees, 340 master’s degrees, 10 law degrees and 163 doctoral degrees. CU-Boulder Professor and 2014 Hazel Barnes Award recipient Robert S. Anderson gave the commencement address. See photos, video and more from this special occasion.
The University of Colorado Boulder has worked closely with community partners to start a Sex Assault Nurse Examination program at a Boulder hospital during the first quarter of 2015. Boulder Community Health plans to launch the SANE program at its Foothills campus, providing a critical support resource for sex assault survivors.
The upcoming winter break is often a popular time for travel, so we want you to know about the latest CDC travel advisories. The CDC recommends that people avoid non-essential travel to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone at this time.
Marriane Wesson never planned to be a lawyer, let alone a professor of law. And then almost by accident she became both. Known as Mimi to her friends, she compares her career path to a song by the Dixie Chicks about taking the long way around and not doing things like anybody else.
Alex Cox -- whose credits include Repo Man and Sid and Nancy -- knows how to produce films the Hollywood way.
That’s not the route he took for Bill, the Galactic Hero, premiering at the University of Colorado Boulder International Film Series this week. An assistant professor in the Department of Film Studies, Cox was teaching film production using scenes from Harry Harrison’s science fiction novel as raw material when he came up with the idea to produce the film on campus using students as actors and production staff.