Carter Pann

Carter Pann’s big bet on the saxophone

April 27, 2016

CU music professor’s six-movement saxophone composition takes him to the brink of a Pulitzer

Joe Biden

VP Biden, at CU, issues "test of character"

April 8, 2016

Joe Biden was smiling as he took the stage at CU-Boulder April 8, but he’d come to deliver a solemn and blunt message.

Steve Wozniak

Mr. Apple Returns to Boulder

April 5, 2016

In an April 4 appearance at CU-Boulder, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak (ElEngr ex’72, HonDocSci’89) addressed a dizzying array of topics: Bob Dylan, self-driving cars, primary education, jokes in Japanese, the A-plus he got in “Introduction to Computers,” his weakness for Apple’s App Store and (of course) his early days with fellow Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Wozniak sat for a Q&A at Macky Auditorium on the first evening of the 68th Conference on World Affairs.

Lilibet Snellings

How Lilibet Snellings Saw Los Angeles

March 1, 2016

When Lilibet Snellings (Jour'04) moved to Los Angeles, she served as the "Box Girl" at the Standard hotel in West Hollywood.

Michael Grab

The Stone Balancer

Michael Grab creates stunning stone balances every day.

Kelly Graziadei

Facebook Exec to Address Class of '16

March 1, 2016

Facebook's Kelly Graziadei to speak at commencement

Glenn Miller

Glenn Miller inducted into Colorado music hall of fame

March 1, 2016

Glenn Miller attended CU-Boulder for three semesters in the 1920s before earning fame as an entertainer in the 1940s.

Edward Snowden

'Hanging Out' with Snowden

Feb. 22, 2016

Edward Snowden appears at Macky (by video).

Alex Huynh

Defender from Down Under

Dec. 2, 2015

Australian Alex Huynh adapts to mountain life.

Derek McCartney

Dr. Gridiron

Aug. 6, 2015

Football is in his blood. Healing is in his heart. In a few weeks Derek McCartney is set to start his second season in the lineup with the University of Colorado football team.