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"Is that 'juice?'"

Sometimes, the elephant in the room is a glass of orange juice. Or more likely, a glass with something added to the juice.

TEDxCU

Game-changing moments

Before that iconic red circle appears on the stage and speakers deliver punchy TedTalks, hundreds of hours of preparation take place behind the scenes.

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Covering the games

From being lifted up by U.S. bobsledder Lauren Gibbs to visiting the Demilitarized Zone to developing a taste for dumplings, reporters Cheryl Preheim (Comm’95) and Alex Stone (Jour'03) recall their most memorable experiences covering the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Timeline

Then and Now: Fall 2017

Explore the historic milestones that formed the changing landscape of media, communication and information.

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Scripps family supports student investigative news with $2.5 million gift

A $2.5 million gift from Bill and Kathy Scripps will allow a specialized student news course, CU News Corps, to produce journalism in partnership with professional media organizations into perpetuity with the establishment of the Scripps CU News Corps Endowment.

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Wildfires

As a journalist and a communication scholar discuss the growing issue of wildfires, they reveal there is more to firefighting than extinguishing flames.

Portal

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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Kate Fagan's three pointers

The communication alumna on life, writing and social media.

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'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.

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