Reducing violence, with help from The Bard

May 23, 2023

Colorado Shakespeare Festival staffers share Shakespeare & Violence Prevention program with scholars and practitioners in England, including at Shakespeare’s Globe theatre.

Side by Side was created by Beth Osnes, associate professor in theatre, and Rebecca Safran, associate professor in ecology and evolutionary biology, for underserved female-identifying or nonbinary students. Osnes and Safran hope that educating and empowering these students in STEM fields and in the arts will diversify approaches, perspectives and solutions to environmental challenges.

Teen birdwatchers turn research into performance art

Aug. 3, 2021

The Side by Side project teaches high school students about local birds’ ecosystems through performative arts and scientific observation.

Colorado Classics

Budding Ciceros and Roman circusgoers unite

Sept. 30, 2020

Virtually, that is, as the CU Boulder Classics Department and Colorado Classics Association turns young people on to ancient Greece and Rome


Mediterranean studies seminar booms despite pandemic

May 21, 2020

After seminar moved online, enrollment more than doubles The pandemic did not cut enrollment in a summer seminar hosted by the CU Mediterranean Studies Group and the Mediterranean Seminar. Quite the opposite, in fact. Brian Catlos The summer skills seminar, held from May 12-14, is dedicated to the study of...

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CU Boulder bipolar clinic will close after 17 years

Nov. 29, 2019

The Sutherland Bipolar Center has helped more than 2,100 Coloradans affected by bipolar disorder, regardless of their ability to pay.


Theater professor examines political pendulum from vantage of the stage

Nov. 7, 2019

Steuernagel will speak on the subject as part of the CU on the Weekend series on Nov. 16 at 1 p.m.


Hip-Hop event aims to get Boulder moving

Sept. 16, 2019

Museum of Boulder teams up with CU Boulder faculty to host rooftop dance party


Immigration is central issue for new state historian

Aug. 31, 2019

The topic is timely and important, but discussions about it are mired in ideology and falsehoods, says William Wei, CU Boulder and state historian.

Los Seis

A place for ‘Los Seis’

Aug. 19, 2019

CU Boulder grad student, community members, survivors, create mosaic to memorialize Chicano activists killed in 1974.

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Correcting the record on Mediterranean history

April 11, 2019

Europe is often thought of as a center of cultural and technological advancement. Brian Catlos would tell you that such important advancements actually began centuries ago in the Mediterranean with Islamic culture.