Ultimate Goes Pro

March 1, 2016

CU-Boulder alumni rank among pro ultimate disc's top players and promoters. Can they take the sport mainstream and big-time?

Karen Chin reconstructs the physical and social world of the big dinosaurs.

Inquiry: Dinosaur Diets

March 1, 2016

CU paleontologist Karen Chin reconstructs the physical and social world of the big dinosaurs — in part by teasing out who ate whom.

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March Math-ness

March 1, 2016

Tim Chartier shines during the NCAA Division I College Basketball Tournament, AKA March Madness: He's one of the nation's top bracketologists. And also a mime.

Rob Shearon on his scooter

Recovery Road

March 1, 2016

The CU Collegiate Recovery Center helped Rob Shearon set his life straight. To pay it forward, he traveled 6,000 miles to Alaska on a motor scooter.

Tracy Wahl

NPR's Tracy Wahl

March 1, 2016

For Tracy Wahl (Comm’90), keeping up with changes in digital media is more than a pastime. It’s part of her job.

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Swing State

March 1, 2016

A recent CU-Boulder graduate and political junkie from Germany travels America in a beat-up Saab trying to understand the places where presidential elections are decided.

Erin Tripp looking at lichen

Inquiry: Erin Tripp

Dec. 1, 2015

Even amid a massive die-off of life on Earth that’s been called “the sixth extinction,” scientists continue to discover new species.


Jane Goodall Can Draw a Crowd

Dec. 1, 2015

Humans gifted with amazing brain, she says: “Let’s use it.”

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Things That Keep Us Up at Night

Dec. 1, 2015

CU-Boulder researchers show the profound effects of nighttime caffeine.

Ann England

The Vindicators

Dec. 1, 2015

There are Americans serving long prison sentences for crimes they didn’t commit. Colorado Law is in the best position yet to set some free.