Lydia Wagenknecht

Music student finds inspiration at the gateway to Antarctica

May 5, 2022

Curiosity drives Lydia Wagenknecht, a doctoral candidate in ethnomusicology and recent recipient of a Fulbright Research Award.

Ken Washington

How a Stanford student prompted CU to challenge discrimination

March 1, 2022

In April 1965, the Stanford University chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity invited Ken Washington to become a member. This flouted the fraternity’s longstanding whites-only policy, and the fallout reverberated across the nation, generating a controversy and legal challenge in Boulder, Colorado.

Students gathered in person outside

CU’s Japanese-English language exchange comes full circle

Sept. 27, 2021

A language exchange collaboration between CU and Japanese universities has evolved and adapted to serve its student community in the ever-changing COVID-19 landscape.

Moiré Room, am audiovisual experience at Meow Wolf's Denver location built by artist and CU Boulder lecturer Justin Gitlin. (Photo provided)

Meow Wolf Denver features work by CU Boulder community

Sept. 20, 2021

Meow Wolf’s new $50 million Denver location opened its doors with the work of at least 12 members of the extended CU Boulder community, all of whom share a link to the campus's ATLAS Institute.

Nate Hansen celebrates winning in the American Ninja Warrior semifinal

Student applies lessons from classroom on ‘American Ninja Warrior’

Aug. 30, 2021

“American Ninja Warrior” tests physical and mental toughness. And, thanks to his training regime at CU Boulder’s Leeds School of Business, Nate Hansen has both.

2020 Olympics billboard in Tokyo

Sharing stories of the Summer Games

Aug. 3, 2021

As the Tokyo Olympics unfold, sports reporters and storytellers––including alumni, students and faculty from CMCI––are hitting the ground running to capture the victories, struggles and emotions of athletes from around the globe.

Emily Nocito walking on rocks along the Ocean City shore

Doctoral candidate works to conserve high seas from landlocked Colorado

April 13, 2021

Colorado might be a long way from an ocean, but when Emily Nocito was looking for a college where she could study high seas conservation, she chose CU Boulder's environmental studies program.

Former Australian Chancellor Malcolm Turnbull

A conversation with former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

Nov. 13, 2020

The passionate supporter for progressive environmental policy and national public education gave a virtual talk to the CU community on Nov. 9. He chatted briefly with CU Boulder Today offering opinions and advice from his perspective as a world leader.

Comedian Gadiel Del Orbe

A conversation with comedian Gadiel Del Orbe

Oct. 20, 2020

Gadiel Del Orbe, former Buzzfeed content creator for Pero Like and guest star on the YouTube/Buzzfeed pilot series "Unfortunatly Ashly," reflects and offers advice. He will give a virtual talk with Julissa Calderon on Oct. 21.

A historic image of Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs receives historic town records from CU Boulder archives

Aug. 25, 2020

After more than 100 years away, a trove of records from the founding of Steamboat Springs has returned home.

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