Boulder Food Rescue cart full of food

Food for Thought

CU Alum Hayden Dansky is the executive director and co-founder of Boulder Food Rescue— the first in a series of affiliated food rescue organizations that have sprouted in cities around the country. To date, the nonprofit has delivered more than 2.4 million pounds of soon-to-be wasted food — primarily fruits and vegetables — directly to people's doorsteps.

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.

Lucile

Lucile

June 1, 2018

Long overlooked, the first black woman to graduate from the University of Colorado comes alive in a new book by CU Boulder’s Polly McLean.

arielle gold

The Gold Life, Post-Bronze

June 1, 2018

Snowboarder Arielle Gold won a medal at the Olympics in February. This summer, you might see her around campus.

Bruce on Ice

Chasing Ice

June 1, 2018

Bruce Bartleson, 83, and his wife Deirdre, seek out untouched ice for “wild” ice skating.

Emma's Face

A Light in the Dark

June 1, 2018

When Emma Oosterhous was growing up in Colorado Springs, she longed for more resources and support related to gender and sexuality. She’s on a mission to make sure the next generation of queer youth has what she lacked.

Hosea

Boulder's Top Chef

Since his win on Top Chef in 2009, Hosea Rosenberg has firmly established himself as one of Boulder’s own top chefs.

mitchell kaplan

Books and Movies

March 1, 2018

When Mitchell Kaplan launched Books & Books in Miami in 1982, the business was the size of a one-bedroom apartment.

bike owner

Talking About Revolutions

March 1, 2018

Gregory Crichlow has transformed a former drug den into a boutique bike shop that also sells artisanal bean-to-bar chocolate.

 Jordan Temkin

Drone Racer

March 1, 2018

Jordan Temkin is a $100,000 pro.

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