A penguin covered in oil

Doctor’s diagnosis for the Earth: a terminal human malignancy

Nov. 8, 2022

In "Homo Ecophagus," physician with CU Boulder ties sees humanity devouring itself—and the planet.

Kari Lake at a rally

A new wave of celebrity politicians breaks the rules on acceptable behavior, inspired by Trump

Nov. 3, 2022

GOP candidates Kari Lake, Herschel Walker and Dr. Mehmet Oz have caught people’s attention for outlandish stunts and false statements that are increasingly accepted in politics.

Trump on a stage in Texas

Fifteen scholars weigh Trump 'corruption'

Oct. 6, 2022

Essay collection edited by CU Boulder anthropologists explores expanded notions of corruption in the Trump era.

Exhuming the Sisters of Loretto remains

62 nuns were buried in a historic Denver cemetery. This archaeologist is helping to move them

Aug. 19, 2022

Between 1898 and 1969, 62 nuns were buried in a historic cemetery in southwest Denver. This summer, Lauren Hosek is helping to move the remains to a new resting place.

Scene from Song of Salt

Artist-focused documentary film fest returns to Boulder

July 28, 2022

Mimesis Documentary Festival is described as an immersive theatrical and virtual slate of movies, workshops and more with artists, producers and scholars from around the world.

Marshall Fire aftermath

Collaborators preserve voices from the fire

July 22, 2022

CU Boulder anthropology professor, students collaborate with local museum to preserve narratives from the devastating Marshall Fire.

Illustration of a sketched opened door

Students opening doors

June 22, 2022

Meet three CU Boulder students who are creating supportive, stronger communities by improving understanding, accessibility.

Tribe Flag

Native American grad student wins critical acclaim, support

Nov. 30, 2021

The competitive scholarship recognizes students who ‘want to contribute an Indigenous voice in the field of archaeology’

Bush Baby

Female bushbabies more stressed, may be more vulnerable to changing environment

Nov. 10, 2021

Life isn't always easy for small primates in the Soutpansberg Mountains of South Africa––foraging for food, contending with cold temperatures and fighting off rivals. A new study explores how they may weather the environmental changes ahead.

Old Main

Four profs win Provost’s Faculty Achievement Awards

Sept. 16, 2021

This award recognizes outstanding achievements in research, teaching and service

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