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.

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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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Sergeant is a Cellist

When Clayton Vaughn was 11-years-old, he started playing the cello. He is now a cellist in the United States Marine Band, the oldest continuously active professional musical organization in the country.

Dan Carlin

Podcaster of the Past

Jan. 28, 2019

Podcaster Dan Carlin's Hardcore History series has become one of the most acclaimed in its genre.

Chris Bell

This Professor Is Fighting for Female Superheroes

Dec. 1, 2018

Christopher Bell has some ideas about how Hollywood can do better.

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Infographic: Robert Redford

Dec. 1, 2018

Celebrating the career of a Buff who ranks high among American cinema's classiest leading men — and who started a CU legacy to boot.

George Washington's Porter

Recreating George Washington's Porter

Dec. 1, 2018

America’s first president brewed his own beer. Travis Rupp wants you to be able to taste it.

Nell's Map

A CU Love Story, With Maps

Dec. 1, 2018

One recipe for enduring love: Wes and Linda, a typewriter and a 1902 map of Colorado.

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Of Humans and Animals 

Dec. 1, 2018

CU Boulder sociologist Leslie Irvine, author of My Dog Always Eats First, studies the relationships between humans and their pets.

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