Fill in the Black game

Fill in the Black

Jan. 4, 2021

Travel entrepreneur Funmi Oyatogun lives in Lagos, Nigeria. When COVID-19 put her travel business on hold in early 2020, she created “Fill in the Black,” a card game that focuses on Black histories, places, inventions, stories and cultures.

Richard Wobbenkind

The COVID Economy

Nov. 10, 2020

Senior economist Richard Wobbekind, associate dean for business and government relations, has worked for the Leeds School of Business since 1985. Here he discusses our nation’s economy in a pandemic world.

Corey Cappelloni running

Run for Ruth

Nov. 10, 2020

After COVID-19 hit, it didn’t take long for Corey Cappelloni to tire of video chat. He wanted to see his Nana — Ruth Andres, 98 — face-to-face.

G. Brown author of On Record

The Music Guru

Nov. 10, 2020

As a journalist for the Denver Post, G. Brown covered music for nearly 30 years. Today he’s executive director of the Colorado Music Experience and author of On Record.

CU Athletic Director Rick George

Taking the Lead

Nov. 10, 2020

Rick George, the sixth full-time athletic director in Buffs history, is now in his eighth year at CU Boulder. Here he talks about transforming CU’s facilities, leading in a pandemic and taking Sundays to cut the grass.

Edna Ma and family

Embracing the Challenge

Sept. 16, 2020

Edna Ma has worked in the Los Angeles area as a private practice anesthesiologist since 2007. The mother of two children also is author of two bilingual children’s books featuring English, Mandarin and pinyin.

Sepp Kuss for Team Jumbo Visma

Winning Legs

Sepp Kuss grew up riding his bike through the mountains of Durango. This year, he is competing in the Tour de France.

Faliano twins at graduation

Fighting COVID from the Lab

Twins Cara and Amy Faliano have been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in the labs of the UCHealth system.

Chancellor DiStefano

Meeting the Challenges

June 1, 2020

Chancellor DiStefano discusses COVID-19 and the road ahead.

Mirela Alistar

Healthcare at Home

June 1, 2020

CU Boulder computer science assistant professor Mirela Alistar wants to make healthcare more personal. Her work with microfluidic biochips is getting us there.

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