melissa latas

They Saw Potential

Dec. 1, 2016

Most college athletes arrive on campus with years of practice behind them. Melissa Latas had none in cheerleading.

Stella

The Journey

Dec. 1, 2016

When Stella Lunyaramoi fled war-torn South Sudan, she began an improbable journey that led her to CU Boulder — and the White House.

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Guiding Grand Canyon

Dec. 1, 2016

Buff Chris Lehnertz takes charge of an American icon.

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The Castle

Dec. 1, 2016

By the time the G7 leaders reached the resort, Nikolai Bloyd had seen to the details: "Nobody can make salsa and guacamole in Bavaria."

Lauren Glendenning

Aspen Insider

Dec. 1, 2016

Lauren Glendenning’s office is four blocks from one of the most famous ski resorts in America.

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The Rookie

Dec. 1, 2016

About four years ago, Det. Mark Johnson found himself in a crawl space getting shot at by a man who’d minutes earlier fatally stabbed a police officer.

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Revolutionizing the Rickshaw

Dec. 1, 2016

A CU Boulder engineer aims to revolutionize local transportation in India. She's 23.

mike huseby

Book Smarts

Dec. 1, 2016

Michael Huseby was reading Huckleberry Finn at age 4 — an apt start for a future Barnes & Noble CEO.

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.

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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...

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