Jeanne Winer

Her Kind of Case

As a public defender and attorney, Jeanne Winer didn't care what crime her clients committed. It was her job to make their lives better one way or another.

Serene Singh

Serene Singh Is Oxford Bound

March 1, 2019

Meet CU's first Rhodes Scholar in a quarter century. She's got her sights set on a U.S. Supreme Court seat— and a Miss America title.

Joe Neguse

The Congressman: Joe Neguse

March 1, 2019

Former CU Boulder student body president Joe Neguse made a name for himself in Colorado. Now he’s doing it in Washington, D.C.

Ultra-runner Corey at the finish of a 156-mile race

Toughest Footrace on Earth

Dec. 1, 2018

When Corey Cappelloni stepped up to the starting line of the Marathon des Sables — a156-mile ultra marathon through the Sahara Desert — his mind was calm.

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.

Vicki Huddleston in Cuba

Our Woman in Havana

Dec. 1, 2018

Vicki Huddleston was the top U.S. diplomat in Cuba from 1999 to 2002. She held the position at a time when few women held a comparable rank.

Walk across the DMZ

Peace Activist

In May 2015, Christine Ahn traveled to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating North and South Korea for a peace walk to call for a final end to the Korean War.

Alan Sanchez

Dreamers Among Us

June 1, 2018

About 100 CU Boulder students are undocumented immigrants with federal DACA status. They’re doing amazing things. But planning for the future isn’t easy.

ming chen

Talking Immigration with Ming H. Chen

March 7, 2018

Ming H. Chen, an associate professor at Colorado Law, directs the CU Immigration Law & Policy program and serves on the Colorado Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

supreme court

CU Boulder Law Professor Named to State Supreme Court

March 1, 2018

Melissa Hart joins other Colorado justices with Buff ties.

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