betty woodman

Betty Woodman, Master Potter and Boulder Legend

Nov. 6, 2023

Upon moving to Colorado, Woodman persuaded the city of Boulder in 1954 to open a recreational ceramics program that grew from seven students to 400 in 15 years.

Coach Prime

The Coloradan's Q&A with Coach Prime

July 10, 2023

Read Coach Prime's winning mentality and leadership philosophy

Jemil Kassahun

Colorado Law Student Inspires Change in CUPD

July 10, 2023

Jemil Kassahun’s life experiences fueled his study of social justice issues and his decision to work for CU Boulder Police.

Kedrick Armstrong

Orchestrating Social Consciousness

March 6, 2023

CU graduate student is gaining national recognition as a musical conductor.

Jay Parry

CU Alum Is Planning Super Bowl LVII

Nov. 7, 2022

After serving as an executive with the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury and as COO for the WNBA, Jay Parry is now heading up the planning for Super Bowl LVII in Phoenix — for the second time.

Kevin Martin

The Fashion Industry, Unspun by CU Alum

July 11, 2022

Kevin Martin hopes to transform the waste-heavy manufacturing process of the fashion industry, starting with made-to-order pants.

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Single and Loving It

July 11, 2022

Americans are avoiding marriage and embracing the single life more than ever — CU’s Peter McGraw wants to find out why.

A portrait of Reiland Rabaka.

Reiland Rabaka Is Committed to a Cause

July 11, 2022

Reiland Rabaka is the founder and director of CU Boulder’s Center for African & African American Studies (CAAAS).

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TikTok Ethics: Is Social Tech Such a Threat?

March 11, 2022

CMCI’s Casey Fiesler was awarded a $500,000 NSF Career Grant to study ethical implications of technology design.

David Ellsworth

Woodturner David Ellsworth Received the Smithsonian Institute’s 2021 Visionary Award

Nov. 5, 2021

The artist’s work is found in the permanent collections of 44 museums.

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