Letters to Live By: An Alphabet Book with Intention

Letters to Live By: An Alphabet Book with Intention

April 4, 2022

A social-emotional concept picture book that teaches readers the power of setting intentions and embracing mindfulness in our everyday.

Trickster Academy

Trickster Academy

March 29, 2022

Trickster Academy is a collection of poems that explore being Native in Academia—from land acknowledgement statements, to mascots, to the histories of using Native American remains in anthropology.

Defy Aging

Defy Aging

March 29, 2022

Shows why and how the body deteriorates as life goes on and offers an easy-read overview of new solutions coming out of current studies of aging.

Conscious Designs

Conscious Designs

March 29, 2022

In the near future, Eugene, a wealthy executive for a company that grows organs for human transplantation, looks for ways to escape the pain and disability of his biological existence as a paraplegic.

A photograph of Pekoe on campus.

Top 10 Places to Eat Around CU Boulder

March 19, 2022

If you're looking for somewhere to eat around campus, be sure to check out these ten outstanding options.

Eduardo Herrera

Getting to Know All American Eduardo Herrera

March 11, 2022

All-American and 2021 Pac-12 Cross Country Athlete of the Year Eduardo Herrera shares his experiences with CU and cross-country.

An image of Joyce Lebra

Remembering Barrier-Breaking CU Professor Joyce Lebra

March 11, 2022

In 1958, CU Boulder professor Joyce Lebra became the first American woman to receive a doctorate degree in Japanese history.

water polo players

Men’s Water Polo Competes at Nationals

March 11, 2022

Men’s water polo’s “A Team” competed in the 2021 National Collegiate Club Championship.

Blake Leeper, an athlete who uses running prostheses

CU Research on Moon Rock Samples, Running Prostheses and Criminal Cases

March 11, 2022

Some of the latest research out of CU Boulder, plus information on the Renée Crown Wellness Institute.

illustration showing employees working in bubbles connected by clear tubes

8 Ways Work Will Change Forever

March 11, 2022

From Zoom towns to robot coworkers and the fate of office buildings, CU Boulder students, faculty, staff and alumni weigh in on the future of work.

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