During the late 1950s, Bob Harvey and his friends listened to folk artists like the Kingston Trio, played guitar and ruminated on the deeper meaning of Jack Kerouac’s 1957 anti-establishment treatise, On the Road.
Representing Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, African American, Mexican American and Taiwanese backgrounds, CU’s newest multicultural sorority celebrated its chapter’s emergence on the Boulder campus last fall.
Mike West, director of education for CU Biodiesel, has taught everyone from postgraduate students to second-graders how to brew their own biodiesel, showing how simple it is to create cleaner, more sustainable fuel from waste.
They’re in company with this year’s Grammy nominees Coldplay and Radiohead. CU Boulder’s resident string quartet, the Takács Quartet was nominated for a Grammy this year in the category of best chamber music performance.
The women’s basketball team capped off its nonconference schedule with five straight wins and a championship in the Paradise Classic in Hawaii, where forward Brittany Spears was named most valuable player.
As on-site reporter for MTV’s Choose or Lose campaign at the Democratic National Convention last summer, Trevor Martin ’s reporting gig wasn’t about taking notes in a traditional reporter’s notebook with an editor waiting back at the office.