CU Boulder’s Iskra Fileva has won the Public Philosophy Op-Ed Contest for her 2020 essay about the dust-up surrounding Kobe Bryant’s death and life, exploring the social pressure to pretend those who have died were good people.
Vocal empowerment programs can promote a positive sense of self-perception among young Egyptian women and increase their willingness to express opinions on issues affecting their communities, according to a new CU Boulder study.
The successful completion of the music+ campaign illustrates the commitment of the campus and community to music education and the performing arts. The college is celebrating the generosity of its supporters and continuing to build one of the premier public music programs in the country.
This summer, Cuban citizens erupted into a series of protests against their government. In this Q&A, Professor Susan Thomas speaks about the role musicians played in the recent demonstrations and in Cuban protests throughout history.
CU Boulder’s internationally renowned Takács Quartet won a 2021 Gramophone Classical Music Award in the Chamber category for their 2019 recording of two complementary piano quintets with pianist Garrick Ohlsson.
A two-year effort to build a more complete account of the histories of the Japanese and Japanese American communities at the University of Colorado from World War II to the present day resulted in significant growth to the University Libraries Archives.
“What slashers do is they carve into the world and balance the scales of justice," says horror writer and CU Boulder Professor Stephen Graham Jones. His newest book, "My Heart is a Chainsaw," is in bookstores now.