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From Cuba to America, and back again

An immigrant’s story becomes a cultural journey for CMCI students.

Nick Mundinger

Audio explorations

Update: Nick Mundinger, now a graduating senior, is the 2020 William W. White Outstanding Senior for the Department of Critical Media Practices. Chosen by department faculty, this award recognizes academic merit, professional achievement and service to the college. Meet more students from the Class of 2020 » Nick Mundinger pulls...

Erin at her internship

On the record: Advertising student Erin Baptiste interns with local music label

Junior Erin Baptiste has an eclectic group of interests: media, design, history and music. Originally from Dallas, Texas, Baptiste is the type of person who looks both backward and forward. As a dual major in Strategic Communication (in the Media Design track) and History, she informs her ideas for the...

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Independent excellence

CU Boulder's student news website, CU Independent, continues its four-year streak as the best digital-only student publication at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 9 Mark of Excellence Awards.

Eyesight Collective

Entrepreneurship 101

Two CU Boulder alums teamed up to reinvent business education.


Hello? Shipping container doubles as global phone booth

When a high-tech shipping container arrives on campus, students, faculty and community members find themselves chatting with strangers around the globe.

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Student ad airs on Pac-12 Network

Meet the group of advertising students behind CU Boulder's new Pac-12 Network ad.

One Show

Advertising students celebrate victory in New York

This year, a group of 14 advertising students continued a long history of success at the One Show, bringing home silver and bronze pencils, as well as three merit awards.

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Interning with an industry giant

With the title of global integrated media intern, senior Morgan Reno works with Nike’s media team as part of the larger advertising department.

Adam teaching

'Make not your thoughts your prisons'

PhD student Adam Lauver (Comm) volunteered to teach prison inmates in Denver to make a difference in their lives. To his surprise, the experience profoundly changed his view of himself as a teacher.