The first Woodstock

Woodstock Happened 50 Years Ago. Were You There?

June 3, 2019

This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival.

Sculpture

Gallery: Can You Identify These CU Sculptures?

Well over two-dozen major outdoor sculptures populate the CU Boulder campus.

Wiki header

(Re)Writing History

Last year, Megan Moriarty (Hist'02) launched Inclusipedia, a project to add influential Boulder women and people of color to Wikipedia.

Viola Davis speaks at CU

Viola Davis Visits CU

Oscar-winner Viola Davis spoke at Macky Auditorium about growing up poor, the value of big dreams and her experience of Hollywood as a black actress.

Portrait of Wei Wu

Off to the Opera (and On to the Grammys)

Wei Wu came to the U.S. from China in 2007. Now he's got a Grammy.

Andrew Hudson

Andrew Hudson Wants to Help you Land a Job

A Q&A with Andrew Hudson — Buff, jazz musician, career expert and founder of Andrew Hudson's Jobs List.

Bigfoot

Searching for Bigfoot

Former CU Boulder journalism fellow Laura Krantz explores all things Bigfoot in Wild Thing, named one of 2018's Best Podcasts by the Atlantic.

Lior Gross

Two Letters, Big Difference

April 20, 2019

In Hebrew, it's harder than you'd think to write "student" in a gender-neutral way. A CU duo changed that.

a colorful image created with soap

The Engineering Class Teaching Students To Make Art

March 1, 2019

Some engineers might scoff at making art. But Jean Hertzberg is all about it. She's helping students reveal the beauty all around us.

Jackson Crawford

Our Viking-Cowboy YouTube Star

March 1, 2019

Jackson Crawford, director of CU’s Nordic Studies program, studies and translates Old Norse, a language spoken by medieval Scandinavians. Here the native Coloradan talks Vikings, videos and his contribution to the Disney animated film Frozen.

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