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Chancellor Philip DiStefano: Doing Our Part for Climate Change

July 11, 2022

CU researches climate change solutions that could benefit human life.

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CU Commencement, 1908 to Now

July 11, 2022

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Turning Stories into Action

July 11, 2022

Human activity is gradually increasing Earth’s temperature and causing more frequent natural disasters.

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Single and Loving It

July 11, 2022

Americans are avoiding marriage and embracing the single life more than ever — CU’s Peter McGraw wants to find out why.

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Boulder Is the Happiest City in the U.S. … For Some

July 11, 2022

Filmmakers Katrina Miller, Beret Strong and John Tweedy created a new documentary that’s inspiring important conversations about race and inclusion.

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A Tribute to Boulder Creek

July 11, 2022

A local fishing guide writes about the beauty of Boulder Creek.

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Virus Hunter, Preventing the Next Pandemic

July 11, 2022

Dozens of viruses, including the one that causes COVID-19, have jumped from animals to humans, often with deadly consequences. Sara Sawyer wants to know which one is next.

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What’s in the Ralphie Manager’s iPhone?

July 11, 2022

Taylor Stratton is program manager for the Ralphie Live Mascot Program.

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Alum Becomes a New Teacher in His Mid-Fifties

July 11, 2022

At the age of 54, Mark Whelan quit his corporate job of 15 years to pursue teaching.

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Hannah Sharts Excels On and Off the Pitch

July 11, 2022

Buffs soccer captain Hannah Sharts talks about playing every minute, scoring as a defender and how she’s using her name, image and likeness to help promote female student-athletes.