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An animation shows the location of mountain glaciers and ice caps around the world with data from the GRACE mission to show recent trends in ice mass loss or gain. (Courtesy NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio)

The American flag is red, white and blue but when it comes to politics Americans see the nation as Red and Blue. News outlets such as CNN and The New Yorker describe the growing political polarization between Republicans and Democrats.

Jim Voss is one of 18 NASA astronauts who've attended CU-Boulder. Now he shares his experiences as an instructor on campus.

Years before she was confirmed by the U.S. Senate, Federal Judge Christine Arguello got her start in education at CU-Boulder.

Dustin Farivar found many leadership opportunities at CU-Boulder.

Kathleen Majewski values her CU journalism mentors and the fun she's had on the track and field team, but she says there's one event on campus when she always feels the most Buff pride.

Alternative energy in Chile? That's the unique focus of Judd Rogers' work after a diverse set of experiences at CU-Boulder.

Why, for a decade, has CU-Boulder consistently ranked in the top four nationally for graduates serving in the Peace Corps? Students and the former director of the Peace Corps explained CU-Boulder's spirit and legacy of global civic engagement. 

Your food choice may not be as healthy as you think. New research by Donald Lichtenstein, CU-Boulder professor of the Leeds School of Business, reveals how food manufacturers are trying to make their products appear more nutritional.  It’s a tactic he calls the “Health Framing Effect.

CU-Boulder planetary scientist Larry Esposito talks about the Voyager missions.

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