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How Did Everything Get So Political?

CU experts explain why and how voting rights, climate change and abortion became rallying calls for political parties.

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Linda Villarosa and Racial Disparities in Healthcare

Alum has dedicated her career to spotlighting racial disparities, especially in the healthcare system

Kevin Preola

Redefining Loyalty in Politics

A Republican from the age of 17, Colorado state senator Kevin Priola shocked his party when he switched to the Democratic party.

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CU Alum Is A Founder of Crocs

Duke Hanson reflects on the renewed popularity of the shoe brand.

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Running Out of Space

Space environmentalist Moriba Jah is on a mission to manage space debris.

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100 Years of The Sink

Boulder's oldest and most storied restaurant is a century old.

Noreen Naseem Rodriguez

History Updated

From tackling controversial subjects in the classroom, teacher educator Noreen Nasseem Rodriguez counsels a defined educational vision, clear and honest communication and a strong dose of hope.

CU News

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CU Research on Marshall Fire Looks to the Future

Scientists focusing on affected communities and ways to improve post-disaster responses.

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Campus News Briefs Spring 2023

Learn about research and news from campus.

Student Philanthropy Month

Student Philanthropy Month

The Herd Leadership Council and Alumni Association aim to raise $30,000 for student groups.

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Save This Dance

Dance cards were common on college campuses in the mid-1900s.

Andy Cowell

Confronting History with Action

Andrew Cowell is director of CU's Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies.

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CU NightRide

The service provides more than 17,000 rides a year.

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Migratory Birds at CU

Campus makes for a fruitful stopping point for birds rare to the area.

Sonia DeLuca Fernandez

What's In My Phone: Sonia DeLuca Fernández

Learn about CU Boulder's Sonia DeLuca Fernández.

The Supreme Court

Breaking Down the First Amendment

Learn about the five freedoms that protect democracy.

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A Cyclist's Paradise

In Boulder, cycling groups overlap and intermingle.

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CU in D.C. Program

Since 2010, nearly 400 students have participated in the program.

Voting at UMC

From the Chancellor: The University’s Role in Democracy

The university's role in democracy.

Alumni Spotlight

Kalpana Chawla and her NASA crew

Twenty Years of Rememberance

Astronaut Kalpana Chawla died aboard the Columbia on Feb. 1, 2003.

Aba Arthur

Wakanda Forever Actress Aba Arthur

Learn what it is like on set of one of 2022's biggest hit films.

Kedrick Armstrong

Orchestrating Social Consciousness

CU graduate student is gaining national recognition as a musical conductor.

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Roaming Buff

Educator and travel writer Sandra Bornstein published 100 Things to Do in Boulder Before You Die in September 2022.

Chris Allieri

The Plover Project

Chris Allieri is the founder of a group of volunteer ambassadors who teach New Yorkers how to share the shore with the endangered piping plover.

Christina Manzi

Crocodile Conservationist

Christina Manzi is the lead wildlife rehabilitator at Aces Wildlife Rescue, a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation center based in Ambergris Caye, Belize.

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CU Boulder Reunions

Sign up to host a reunion of your own.


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Bolder Buffs

Student-athlete peer advocates discuss psychological health concerns and train with clinical counseling staff, while aiming to destigmatize mental health in Athletics.

Deion Sanders

Sports Briefs Spring 2023

The latest in sports news.

Avery McMullen

Q&A with Avery McMullen

Learn about the All-American in the indoor pentathlon and outdoor heptathlon.