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Environmental Justice For All

Oct. 1, 2019

Low-income and minority families still bear the brunt of toxic pollutants. Jill Harrison wants to know why.

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It's a Woman's World

Oct. 1, 2019

Animated by a team trip to Europe during the World Cup, CU soccer has enthusiasm to burn.

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Wine Absurdities

Oct. 1, 2019

In 2018, Denver attorney Jordan Lipp wrote Is There Apple Juice in My Wine?: Thirty-Eight Laws that Affect the Wine You Drink, detailing some of the odd, unique and unknown facts about wine.

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When the Government Speaks

Oct. 1, 2019

Colorado Law professor Helen Norton examines the nature, complexities and limits of government expression — including whether the president may block you on Twitter.

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Mining for Gold in Space

Oct. 1, 2019

A metal-extracting bacterium could change mining as we know it.

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Sports Briefs — Fall 2019

Oct. 1, 2019

CU Women's Track and Field, Golf and more.

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Interview with Buffs Coach Mel Tucker

First-year head football coach Mel Tucker talks about clean slates, preparing to win and “turning it loose” at Folsom Field.

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Photo of the Week: Nighttime on Mars

June 26, 2019

Giordan Thompson (MechEngr’20) was one of 21 CU Boulder engineering students enrolled in the Maymester course, "Medicine in Space and Surface Environments," focused on aerospace engineering, human physiology and medicine. For one week of the three-week course, the students lived at the Mars Desert Research Station in southern Utah, where...

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The Feeling of Fast

Dani Jones is the NCAA’s current women’s individual cross-country champion. She talks about her first rival, winning in the snow and the joy of maximum speed.

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The Creator of NASA's First Podcast

Laurie Cantillo, NASA communicator and educator, is on a mission to get more people engaged in science — especially girls.

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