wedding in Hawaii

Six Weddings a Day: John Mount

June 1, 2016

Of the estimated 20,000 Japanese weddings that took place in the Hawaiian Islands last year, John Mount and late wife Lorna Mount presided over more than 400.

Penny and husband

9,320 Miles: Penny Roushar Jansen

June 1, 2016

Penny Roushar Jansen isn’t one to idle. One day after she and husband Eric retired, in 2014, the couple took off on a bicycle trip through 10 countries on four continents.

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.

Tracy Wahl

NPR's Tracy Wahl

March 1, 2016

For Tracy Wahl (Comm’90), keeping up with changes in digital media is more than a pastime. It’s part of her job.

Mark Campbell

Opera Librettist Mark Campbell

March 1, 2016

It’s a rare thing to be a full-time librettist today. Mark Campbell (Thtr’75) would like to make it less so.

In all the kingdom of Jordan, there’s one lone microbrewery. It took a CU-Boulder engineer to make it happen.

Microbrewing in the Middle East

Dec. 1, 2015

In all the kingdom of Jordan, there’s one lone microbrewery. It took a CU-Boulder engineer to make it happen.

Water bottle

Fashion by the Bottle

Dec. 1, 2015

Sarah Kauss’ S’well water bottles have style.

Brian Vogt

Brian Vogt, CEO, Denver Botanic Gardens

Dec. 1, 2015

In a hyper scientific age, Brian Vogt (Class’81) could be the poster child for a life enriched by the humanities.

Daniel B. Smith

Ambassador Daniel B. Smith

Dec. 1, 2015

When Daniel B. Smith (Hist’77) became U.S. Ambassador to Greece in 2010 he embraced an honor that was also the greatest challenge of his career.

Courtnie Paschall

Courtnie Paschall's New Flight Plan

Dec. 1, 2015

For Courtnie Paschall (Neuro, ElEngr’15), working on a drug trial for patients with schizophrenia while applying to 20 MD-PhD programs counts as light duty.

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