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CU Boulder Today: The Beat Goes On at Crave the Sound

April 29, 2020

Overseen by two CMCI sophomores, Crave the Sound is a collective of music journalists based at CU Boulder who connect audiences with new music through concert reviews, artist profiles and photo galleries.

Center for Environmental Journalism Director Tom Yulsman walks across the snowy fields of Tromsø, Norway, during the 2020 Arctic Frontiers Conference. A longtime climate-science reporter, Yulsman is the former editor-in-chief of EARTH Magazine and currently writes Discover Magazine’s ImaGeo blog. (Photo by Gregory K. Ramirez, Department of Journalism master’s student)

CMCI Celebrates 50 Years of Earth Day with our Top 10 Environmental Reads

April 22, 2020

Happy Earth Day! As environmental Buffs may know, this year’s celebration is extra special, as it’s the 50th anniversary of the annual event, which was first celebrated in 1970. Head to the CU Boulder Environmental Center’s website to see how our campus is celebrating virtually. CMCI has long been a...

Kiana Village Police Officer Annie Reed, 49, is a grandmother and often the only cop in the Northwest Alaska village of 421 people. (Loren Holmes / Anchorage Daily News)

Series on lack of law enforcement throughout rural Alaska wins 2020 Al Nakkula Award

April 16, 2020

Photos by Loren Holmes for the Anchorage Daily News What happens when communities lack law enforcement? For many of us, this may seem like a theoretical question. But through reporting based on hundreds of public records requests and interviews, Anchorage Daily News Special Projects Editor Kyle Hopkins found that one...

Buffs Together

Buffs Together

April 8, 2020

CU Boulder is more than a place. It is all of you, wherever you are—a worldwide community of Buffs. And when that community is in need, we all come together to lend a hand.

Christine Larson

CU Connections: Five questions for Christine Larson

April 7, 2020

Former journalist digs deeper into storytelling at CU Boulder’s CMCI

#StayHomeColorado

#StayHomeColorado

April 3, 2020

Led by Director of Consumer Insights and CMCI alumna Camille Heinrich Ziccardi (Jour’06), a team at the advertising agency Karsh Hagan launched the hashtag #StayHomeColorado campaign earlier this week.

New York Times: "‘Helicopter Went Down, Flames Seen’: Kobe Bryant’s Last Flight"

Feb. 24, 2020

Featuring John Branch (Biz’89, Jour’96) and other NYT reporters

Students in class.

Academic Skills Pop-Ups

Have a course alert? Don't panic, try something new! Stop by our upcoming advising pop-ups on March 5 or 19 to learn more.

Kate Fagan and Phillip Lindsay. Photo from CUBuffs.com

See Kate Fagan, Phillip Lindsay at CU's Inclusive Sports Summit

Feb. 6, 2020

CMCI alumni Kate Fagan (Comm'03) and Phillip Lindsay (Comm'17) are the keynote speakers for this year's Inclusive Sports Summit on Feb. 26. The event will explore identity, privilege, inclusion and diversity within sports and recreation. This is free and open to the public.

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From CMCI Now: More Than a Game

Feb. 3, 2020

“The highlights of my career have been when events I’ve produced—and intimately been involved in—have united people and a region, more than the game itself,” says ESPN's Vice President of Production Jay Rothman (Jour’84).

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