Photo of Norlin Library's west face.

Libraries join work on Library of Congress conservation project

Feb. 4, 2019

CU Boulder is part of a major national effort to assess the physical health of books across American research libraries.

Stephen Lekson

A modern look at Chaco Canyon’s ancient past

Jan. 22, 2019

In his latest and possibly last book, archaeologist Stephen Lekson argues that generations of researchers have gotten the Southwest wrong. He wants that to change.

CU Boulder affiliates perform at Carnegie Hall

A New York minute: CU at Carnegie Hall

Eleven College of Music alumni, faculty and students traveled to New York in November to showcase their talents and gain invaluable experience in one of the most celebrated music venues in the world.

Torah in Hebrew

Student constructs gender-inclusive Hebrew language rules

Dec. 12, 2018

Lior Gross and Jewish Studies instructor Eyal Rivlin publicly launched their new gender-inclusive Hebrew language—the Nonbinary Hebrew Project—in late October.

Don McKinney

Professor, 2 alumni nominated for 2019 Grammy Awards

Dec. 7, 2018

Director of Bands Don McKinney, jazz alumna Tia Fuller (MM '00) and opera alumnus Wei Wu (MM and PC '13) were all listed among the 2019 Grammy Award nominees, announced on Dec. 7.

Dimitri Nakassis and the pylos tablet

Beyond Boulder: Bronze Age bookkeeping tablets reveal complex society

Oct. 17, 2018

Using advanced digital imaging technology, professor and archaeologist Dimitri Nakassis is pioneering new techniques to study ancient Greece.

Musician playing cello outside

College of Music returns to Carnegie Hall in November

Oct. 3, 2018

This fall, the College of Music returns to Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York for a captivating performance showcasing some of the college's most accomplished students.

Leonard Bernstein

College of Music celebrates legendary composer Leonard Bernstein

Aug. 22, 2018

This fall, the College of Music is joining a worldwide celebration of acclaimed composer Leonard Bernstein as it presents CU Bernstein at 100.

Sarah Kurnick meets with locals

Beyond Boulder: CU professor and students study ancient Maya ruins

July 16, 2018

Sarah Kurnick and students are working on a community archaeology project at Punta Laguna, a site of significant cultural importance to the contemporary Maya people who live there.

Sandy Lane, Between You and Me, 2018.

Caught in the middle: Erasing borders through art near Korea's demilitarized zone

June 14, 2018

Opening on June 22, Art & Art History Professor George Rivera has organized an art exhibit at South Korea's DMZ Museum roughly three miles south of the North Korean border.