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The Story of CU's First Library

July 2, 2021

A few ambitious students formed the university’s first library.

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The Shecession: How the Pandemic Is Impacting Women’s Careers

July 2, 2021

What the pandemic revealed about gender inequalities — and what needs to change.

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What’s in Morgan Klaus Scheuerman’s Phone?

July 2, 2021

A PhD student and Microsoft research fellow, Morgan Klaus Scheuerman has worked with companies like Facebook and Google to spot social issues within technology design.

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Homecoming Weekend Returns to CU Boulder Nov. 4-7

July 2, 2021

Join the festivities Nov. 1-7

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Talking with CU Track Champion Sage Hurta

July 2, 2021

New York-native Sage Hurta is the NCAA women’s indoor track champion in the mile.

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How Writer Adrian Michael Green Creates Community

July 2, 2021

After graduation, Adrian Michael Green spent 10 years teaching students of all levels, from Teach for America to the University of California Berkeley.

Alumni Association News Summer 2021

July 2, 2021

Football tailgates, Forever Buffs Network and Coloradan Conversations.

Charles Nilon speaks on CU Boulder campus after the March on Washington

Photo: Charles Nilon, CU Boulder's First Black Faculty Member in 1963

July 2, 2021

Several months after the March on Washington, CU professor Charles Nilon spoke at a civil rights demonstration on campus outside of the UMC.

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CU Boulder's Olympic Games Legacy

July 2, 2021

Since 1948, the CU Boulder has produced over 90 Olympic athletes who have competed in events across the globe.

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CU's Austin C. Okigbo Studies Music from Past Pandemics

July 2, 2021

Austin C. Okigbo, associate professor in the College of Music and affiliate faculty in Ethnic Studies and Global Health, studies the intersection of music and public health.

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