Conor McGahey

Sports Q&A: Conor McGahey

Sept. 1, 2014

Conor McGahey became the public address announcer for home CU football games in 2011, succeeding Alan Cass (A&S ex’63, HonDocHum’99), who retired after 50 years of making calls for CU sporting events — including almost 30 years of CU football.

red blood cells

Inquiry: Aging Arteries with Rachel Gioscia-Ryan

June 1, 2014

A novel antioxidant may help us turn back the clock as our arteries age, says CU-Boulder doctoral student Rachel Gioscia-Ryan.

illustration of Phil DiStefano

Q&A with the Chancellor: Philip P. DiStefano – Summer 2014

June 1, 2014

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano discusses how he is working to help students succeed and finish their degrees in a timely manner.

Former Broncos standout John Elway, right, helps Rick Reilly (Jour’81) get ready for Monday Night Football in October 2012.

Sports Q&A: Rick Reilly

June 1, 2014

Rick Reilly (Jour’81), an ESPN columnist since 2008 and writer at Sports Illustrated for 23 years prior, will be inducted into the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame in June.

Salina resident Anne Brady talks with FEMA inspector Jerry Williams about her flood-damaged property

Inquiry: Disaster Response With Kathleen Tierney

March 1, 2014

Kathleen Tierney, director of CU-Boulder’s Natural Hazards Center, examines the post-disaster window of opportunity.

Bruce D. Benson

Q&A With The President: Bruce D. Benson – Spring 2014

March 1, 2014

CU President Bruce D. Benson (Geol’64, HonDocSci’04) celebrated his sixth year on the job in March, becoming the longest-serving CU president in 50 years.


Sports Q&A: Chip

March 1, 2014

Chip, CU’s costumed mascot, has performed at sporting events and university and community activities since the 1980s.


Inquiry: Sleep Study with Kenneth Wright

Dec. 1, 2013

Integrative physiology professor Kenneth Wright conducted a study on the influence of natural versus electrical lighting on our sleep patterns.


Q&A with the Chancellor: Philip P. DiStefano – Winter 2013

Dec. 1, 2013

Living in the nation’s basement in regards to state funding presents challenges and opportunities for innovation.

Ceal Barry

Sports Q&A: Ceal Barry

Dec. 1, 2013

Athletic administrator Ceal Barry, the winningest women’s basketball coach in school history, completed her 30th year at CU-Boulder. Last summer she served as interim athletic director after the departure of Mike Bohn and before the hiring of Rick George.