Stephen Graham Jones

Wolfing Out

Dec. 1, 2016

CU English professor Stephen Graham Jones got hooked on werewolves as a boy in West Texas. Now he’s made them the stars of his latest novel, Mongrels.

Tomlinson

The Man in the Cracker Tin

Oct. 6, 2016

In an old cracker tin, hidden on her grandparents’ bookshelf in Portsmouth, Ohio, Pat Donohoe (MEngl’82) and her sister, Betsy Ross Donohoe (MComm’83) found the first letters. They dated to the Civil War and were in the hand of her great-great grandfather, Will Tomlinson, and other long-gone family members. “We...

Gayle Smith

Everywhere and Anywhere

Sept. 1, 2016

Gayle Smith leads the U.S. Government response to foreign humanitarian crisis.

dizon

Aloha!

Sept. 1, 2016

Former Buffs football star Jordon Dizon liked his second career as a firefighter. But John Elway can be persuasive.

Mariko

Second Acts

Sept. 1, 2016

Mariko Tatsumoto Layton, the first Asian woman admitted to the Colorado Bar, finds her true calling: Children's books.

Tia Fuller

On Tour with Beyoncé

Sept. 1, 2016

Saxophonist Tia Fuller can tell you all about pop-star life.

Lori Hunter

A Yogi in the Classroom

Sept. 1, 2016

A CU scholar talks about the sociology of yoga.

Dan Whittle

Environmentalist in Cuba

Aug. 17, 2016

Dan Whittle and the protection of Cuba's natural splendor.

3D kidney

Origins: 3D Printing

June 1, 2016

Chuck Hull and the invention of 3D printing.

Lucia Berlin

The Resurrection of Lucia Berlin

June 1, 2016

A fresh collection of stories by former CU English professor Lucia Berlin became a best-seller last year, more than a decade after her death.

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