Rainbow Trout

A Tribute to Boulder Creek

July 11, 2022

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

area with poor air quality

Alum Aims to Improve Nepal’s Air Quality

July 11, 2022

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

Mark Whelan and his students

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.

Heritage Center Exhibit

New Exhibit at CU Showcases CU Alumni

July 11, 2022

The CU Heritage Center’s new exhibit honors the lives and accomplishments of CU luminaries.

Hannah Sharts taking a shot on goal.

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.

Sara Fischer on the set of Bridgerton

Life at Shondaland: A Conversation with Head of Production

July 11, 2022

Over a 30-year career, Sara Fischer has become one of the top female TV production executives in the country.

a line of protesters at a Black Lives Matter protest

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.

young person looking up at a truck producing pollution

How Natural Disasters Impact Vulnerable Populations

July 11, 2022

When Lori Peek (PhDSoc’05) started graduate school in the Department of Sociology in 1999, natural disasters were still largely framed as “acts of God” — isolated events only occasionally impacting an unlucky few, with everyone equally vulnerable to their wrath. Today, with climate change fueling bigger and more frequent wildfires,...

CU Charm bracelet

Charm Bracelet Reflects a Physicists' Undergrad Career

July 11, 2022

Astrogeophysicist Jo Ann Cram Joselyn donated her 1960s charm bracelet to the CU Heritage Center.

Old Main Cottonwood

Letters from Forever Buffs

July 11, 2022

Readers react to the spring issue of the Coloradan.

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