Students work on climate change comedy sketch

But seriously, folks, climate change is a laughing matter

April 5, 2024

‘Stand Up for Climate Comedy’ unites CU Boulder student performers and professional comedians in a show that encourages the audience to laugh together and then work together.

Scratching a lottery ticket with a U.S. penny

You're (very likely) not going to win, so why play?

March 20, 2024

60 years after its legalization, people are still attracted to the lottery because of the strong emotions associated with imagining the future, CU Boulder psychologist says.

Mexican rodeo performer with horse

Lassoing light and capturing the magic between horse and rider

March 19, 2024

Alumnus and professional photographer Chris Sessions explains how one of his first photo assignments 30 years ago in a CU Boulder class evolved into a cultural art exhibit.

Reiland Rabaka speaking at a podium

CU Boulder professor recognized for work to build ‘the beloved community’

March 18, 2024

Boulder Chamber honors Reiland Rabaka with Impact Award at 2024 Celebration of Leadership.

Scenes from the CU Mountain Research Station

Students may learn ecology (and much else) in the wild

Feb. 28, 2024

CU Boulder’s Mountain Research Station is offering six field courses this summer, giving students the opportunity to study a wide range of disciplines in nature.

Andrea Ghez and black hole illustration

Nobel Prize winner Andrea Ghez to give 53rd Gamow lecture

Feb. 21, 2024

Astrophysicist who confirmed black hole at galaxy’s center to speak March 5 at CU Boulder.

Men of Steel by Samuel L. Margolies

Student-curated exhibit focuses on labor and the work of art

Feb. 9, 2024

‘(Art)work: Systems of Making’ opens with a celebration Friday afternoon at the CU Art Museum.

Chinese dragon sculpture

Lunar New Year begins auspicious, perhaps fertile, Year of the Dragon

Feb. 8, 2024

CU Boulder Asian languages faculty Yingjie Li and Yu Zhang reflect on what some consider the luckiest year in the Chinese zodiac.

Charlie Billingsley and Von Ross hanging "Lona Misa"

Artists celebrate Black womanhood, presence and connectedness

Feb. 6, 2024

New exhibition opening Friday at CU Art Museum created by socially engaged artists-in-residence to honor Black girls and women.

CAAAS Day attendees

Luminaries celebrate a more diverse, welcoming campus

Feb. 2, 2024

Co-star of The Color Purple joins Colorado governor, CU president and chancellor, along with a cadre of artists, to celebrate the Center for African and African American Studies and Black History Month.

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