Former ambassador recounts tense clash she had with Fidel Castro in 1991

May 29, 2017

Twenty-six years ago, Vicki Huddleston was brand new in her job as a U.S. diplomat to Cuba — and her dramatic first test came from none other than the country’s charismatic and infamous dictator.

Evans Scholar Student Shares CWA Experience

April 21, 2017

The University of Colorado is an incredibly unique place. Far beyond the beautiful landscape and weather, the school offers countless opportunities for growth, connection and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. One such opportunity is the Conference on World Affairs (CWA).

Former White House staffer Ellie Schafer makes debut at Conference on World Affairs

April 19, 2017

Ellie Schafer, former director of the White House Visitors Office, said that speaking at the Conference on World Affairs was “one of the most significant things I’ve done in my time since the White House.”

Don’t give up on LGBTQ rights, Conference on World Affairs panelists urge

April 17, 2017

While the Trump administration brings cause for concern for LGBTQ rights, it’s not time to panic yet, a group of panelists agreed at a Conference on World Affairs panel at CU Boulder Friday.

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Grand Canyon National Park’s first openly lesbian superintendent visits Boulder at Conference on World Affairs

April 16, 2017

The first openly lesbian superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park, Chris Lehnertz, came to CU Boulder on Friday. She talked about the future of the National Park Service and her role in fixing ongoing sexual harassment issues in the organization.