Josh Ney

Class of 2020 Spotlight: Josh Ney

April 30, 2020

Josh served on the CU Herd Leadership Council and as president of CU's student government.

Ted Chalfen cheering on the Buffs with the C-Unit student section.

The Start of the Buff Clap

April 7, 2020

Ted Chalfen brought the Buff Clap to CU Boulder as a member of the C-Unit, the university’s student section at athletic events.

Lee Granas

Lee Granas' Company for Productivity

March 25, 2020

Lee Granas is the co-founder of focused, a San Francisco-based company providing space for people seeking distraction-free work.

Portrait of Eric Klinger

Closing the Generation Gap

Feb. 1, 2020

Eric Klinger, senior writing instructor and associate faculty director of the CU Boulder Writing Center, teaches “Intergenerational Writing,” a course that pairs juniors and seniors with community members over the age of 60 for research and writing projects.

Akirah Bradley portrait

What's in My Phone: Akirah Bradley

Feb. 1, 2020

At CU Boulder, if it’s student-related, Akirah Bradley, interim vice chancellor of student affairs, likely knows about it.

Therese Vinal

A Voice for the Giants

Feb. 1, 2020

As the in-game video host for the San Francisco Giants, Therese Vinal provides live entertainment for Oracle Park’s 42,000 fans.

G. Forsberg

A True Honor

Feb. 1, 2020

In June, Gary Forsberg and the a cappella chorus he’s a part of, Sound of the Rockies, represented the U.S. at France’s Brittany American and Omaha Beach American Cemeteries, to commemorate D-Day’s 75th anniversary.

Philip Staehelin

Seeing, For Cheap

Jan. 13, 2020

Philip Staehelin created DOT Glasses to change how we think about prescription glasses. Using a revolutionary design that snaps together, the glasses can be sold to customers for as little as $3 a pair.

Mckinley Wright

McKinley Wright Is Here to Lead

Dec. 2, 2019

Minnesota native McKinley Wright IV is the All-Pac-12 First Team point guard of the CU men’s basketball team. The 6-foot junior shares his thoughts on toughness, leadership and managing high expectations.

adam bradley

What's in My Phone: Adam Bradley

Oct. 1, 2019

English professor Adam Bradley is the author of The Poetry of Pop and co-author of The New York Times bestseller One Day It’ll All Make Sense, the 2012 memoir of rapper and actor Common.

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