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Stitch, Strut, Slay the Runway

Sometimes all it takes to bring a community together is a lesson in sewing and the catwalk. In collaboration with local partners, CMCI instructor Steven Frost used fashion design to help LGBTQ teens celebrate their own identities through a new program, Slay the Runway.

Khleif and Ladyga

Getting a Seat at the Table

The College of Media, Communication and Information is launching a brand-new degree program this fall: The Master of Arts in Corporate Communication. Designed for the working professional, the program and its faculty experts will assist corporate communicators as they pursue the next step in their careers.

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Heating Up

Media production student Jay Hager has two specific interests: filmmaking and climate change. For his media production senior capstone course, he combined them in his short documentary film, Combustion.

The sun sets on Boulder during the evening of Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022, the day after 8.2 inches of snow fell across the county and helped stem the rapid spread of the Marshall Fire.

Inside the Boulder Reporting Lab

Stacy Feldman moved to Boulder in April 2020 to join the Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at CMCI. As the COVID-19 crisis intensified, she realized she wasn’t getting the information she needed from the local news. So, she started something new, the Boulder Reporting Lab, and decided to reinvent the modern news model in the process.

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Student Journalists Win National Honors

Two CMCI undergraduate seniors, Lauren Irwin and Alec Levy-O'Brien, have earned top recognitions in the 2021–22 Hearst Journalism Awards, a national competition in which students submit their work to be judged by journalism professionals.

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Al Nakkula Award: Injustice in Juvenile Courts

An investigative reporting series about the juvenile justice system in Rutherford County, Tennessee, won the 2022 Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting. Produced by Nashville Public Radio’s Meribah Knight and ProPublica’s Ken Armstrong, the series revealed systemic injustice, sparked reform and demonstrated expert reporting on a secretive system.

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A Healing Lens

Assistant Professor Ross Taylor turns a lens toward healing as the Boulder community recovers from the mass shooting at the Table Mesa King Soopers on March 22, 2021.

Audra Barber presents during TedxCU in April 2022. (Photo by Kimberly Coffin)

#TunedIn: Spring 2022

Explore CMCI research and creative work with #TunedIn, curated for your reading and viewing pleasure. Dive in!