Theodore Dru Alison “Theo” Cockerell

Undergrad uncovers evidence suggesting CU pioneer favored eugenics

Dec. 16, 2022

Undergraduate Ciara O’Neil found documents indicating CU Museum of Natural History co-founder Theodore Dru Alison “Theo” Cockerell was a eugenics sympathizer.

CMCI instructor and student work at a computer in the classroom

CMCI faculty, students on a mission for change

Dec. 9, 2022

The College of Media, Communication and Information received a $25,000 donation from the climate-action organization Mission Zero to further climate-focused work. Faculty and students undertook seven grant projects, tackling climate issues through innovative storytelling.

Takacs Quartet with students from the Greater Boulder Youth Orchestras

Takács Quartet launches CU Series, expands community engagement

Dec. 9, 2022

The Takács Quartet is pushing to deepen and expand its relationship with fans. Through its new CU Series, the group will allocate tickets to engage new audience members.

President Donald Trump

15 scholars weigh Trump ‘corruption’

Oct. 10, 2022

An essay collection edited by CU Boulder anthropologists explores expanded notions of corruption in the Trump era. Corruption is endemic to the United States, the editors argue.

Soundscapes of the People team pose for a photo in Pueblo

American Music Research Center receives grants, advances diverse music projects

Oct. 5, 2022

The College of Music's American Music Research Center is bustling with activity. Director Susan Thomas is spearheading various exciting projects—discover what’s new.

TikTok and other social media apps

How TikTok has changed the music industry

Sept. 12, 2022

TikTok has become a go-to platform for discovering new music, but many musicians say the app interferes with their artistic integrity. CU instructor and musician Mike Barnett discusses how TikTok has changed the music industry, for better and for worse.

Person sits on rock formation and plays music.

Video: ‘Soundscapes of the People’ explores Pueblo’s history through music

Sept. 1, 2022

The College of Music’s American Music Research Center has embarked on a research project aimed at documenting, preserving and engaging with diverse musical and cultural influences in and around Pueblo, Colorado.

cyclists in a road race

What your cycling jersey reveals about you and the event it advertises

Aug. 31, 2022

Fashion historian Markas Henry reviews jerseys made to commemorate the Buffalo Bicycle Classic and helps cyclists consider the message their exercise apparel conveys.

Client actors in a therapy group for aphasia perform in a theatrical production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Scholars in speech therapy, theater help aphasia clients stage a play

Aug. 8, 2022

A recent production of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by a therapy group for aphasia—a neurological condition that impairs the ability to speak and understand language—aimed to help participants gain confidence in communication and other skills.

Bruce Lee in 'Enter The Dragon'

Professor explores the enduring legacy of Bruce Lee

Aug. 1, 2022

A unique blend of biography and cultural history, Daryl Maeda's new book “Like Water: A Cultural History of Bruce Lee” explores Lee’s power as an inspiring symbol, enduring legacy and harbinger of our current, globalized world. The book will be released Aug. 9.