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Multiple diagnoses are the norm with mental illness; new study helps explain why

More than half of people diagnosed with one psychiatric disorder will be diagnosed with a second or third.

Chase Velasquez

American Indian Law Clinic provides vital legal services to Southern Ute Indian Tribe

Colorado Law’s American Indian Law Clinic is helping to provide critical legal services to members of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe.

Lydia Wagenknecht

Music student finds inspiration at the gateway to Antarctica

Lydia Wagenknecht, a PhD candidate in ethnomusicology at CU Boulder’s College of Music and a recent recipient of a Fulbright Research Award, delves into questions of equity, justice and ecotourism in Chile, particularly around the city of Punta Arenas.

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CU Boulder race scholar reframes Du Bois’ scholarly legacy

W.E.B. Du Bois is considered one of the most influential thinkers of the modern era—and yet, most of his legacy has been confined to his scholarly work within racial studies.

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Researchers unravel secrets of long-lost novel

The CU Boulder-affiliated academic journal English Language Notes dedicated an entire issue to the recently published Harlem Renaissance-era novel Romance in Marseille by Claude McKay in April 2021.

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Vocal empowerment research reveals socio-economic influences

Theater-based “vocal empowerment” programs can increase self-authorship and civic engagement among young Egyptian women, according to a CU Boulder-led study.

Helanius J. Wilkins

Dance professor’s work to ‘heal and unite’ earns NEA grant

Helanius J. Wilkins, assistant professor of dance, was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts grant for a choreographed duet intended to “heal and unite” and to reflect “re-bodying belonging to become better ancestors.”

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CU Boulder’s beloved Triceratops returns home to Smithsonian

This year, CU Boulder said goodbye to a beloved member of the campus community—this one had three horns, a wide frill and was dug up in Wyoming in 1891.

Engineers at CU Boulder’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) perform last-minute inspections of the Hope Probe spacecraft before its shipment to Dubai and the Tanegashima launch site in Japan.

Historic Mars mission: accomplished

How years of international collaboration led to Hope circling Mars.

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Gigantic flare from sun’s nearest neighbor breaks records

Now, that’s one big cosmic explosion.