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(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.

Praire Voles on top of a wedding cake

The CU Scientist Cracking the Love Code

Intrepid brain scientist Zoe Donaldson and an army of furry rodents are decoding life's most complex emotions.

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.

Photograph of the Green River

The Future of Water in the West

The Southwest is drying. During a 730-mile rafting trip down the Colorado River's main tributary, Heather Hansman saw water scarcity up close.

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.

Members of the CU Hiking Club jump for joy

CU's Hiking Club is Celebrating its 100th Birthday

When the club started in 1919, it was comprised of 23 women and 12 men. It now has more than 700 members.

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.

Jack Burns poses for a portrait

Heading Back to the Moon (This Time, For Good)

Getting humans back to the moon is one thing. Jack Burns and other CU scientists are asking, "How can we stay?"

Carr Watch

Then — 1946

The Japanese American Citizens League honored Colorado Governor Ralph Carr with a gold watch for his stand against the internment of Japanese-Americans in domestic prison camps following the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. It now lives in CU's Heritage Center.

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