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Beyond Carbon Neutral: How We Fix the Climate Crisis Now

May 6, 2021

Worried about climate change? Beyond Carbon Neutral contains a wealth of information to help turn innovative concepts into reality.

Grace Dearnley

Coloradan editorial assistant reflects on writing, reading and the value of hard work

April 30, 2021

Grace Dearnley (Engl'21) joined the Coloradan staff in 2020. What's next? Following her passions, catching up on her non-school reading list and aiming for a PhD. What inspired you to come to ENGL/CU/A&S? I chose CU for the mountains. I wanted to be somewhere I could hike and snowboard with...

CU Boulder professor Dimitri Nakassis teaches a socially distanced class in the Hale Science Building. 

Photo of the Week: Last Week of Classes

April 27, 2021

This week, students are nearing the ends of their syllabi and gearing up for finals as the last day of classes approaches on April 29.

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Emotional Robots: A Question of Existence

April 22, 2021

Emotional Robots is a graphic novella set in a world in which advanced robots successfully compete with humans—in sports, music, and art—in pursuit of emotional intelligence.

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Flights from Fassberg: How a German Town Built for War Became a Beacon of Peace

April 22, 2021

A brilliant merging of personal experience and world-changing, historical significance in a hamlet that held the line against Russia.

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Jabberwocky: Lessons of Love from a Boy Who Never Spoke

April 19, 2021

Graham Gardner’s story, written through the eyes of his father, speaks of the enormous legacy left by a boy who never spoke. A story that raises provocative questions about the “invisible lines of connection” that make us human.

Students and community members chat and enjoy refreshments in the Start Up Hub during the New Venture Challenge kickoff night at Williams Village in 2018.

Photo of the Week: New Venture Challenge

April 15, 2021

Know any budding CU entrepreneurs who need only a good push to get their business off the ground? Point them to the New Venture Challenge (NVC).

Nina Williams rehearses her presentation on the TEDxCU stage.

Photo of the Week: TEDxCU

April 8, 2021

This year’s TEDxCU conference, featuring nine speakers, will be held on April 11.

The sun sets over the arch of the entryway into Farrand Field.

Photo of the Week: Sunset on Farrand Field

April 6, 2021

Farrand Field is a prime spot on campus to take in the Flatirons and watch as the sun sets over Boulder.

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Yes! You Can Do It!

April 5, 2021

The Young Woman's Guide to Starting a Fulfilling Career By Nancy Wilhelms (Art'71) (WestGroupone, Inc. DBA Smoke Tree Press, 184 pages; 2021) Buy the Book Spilling into a technology-dependent job market impacted by economic, environmental and social change, today's female college graduates confront a wide variety of challenges in starting...

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