What happens when women gain the ability to control their reproductive destiny? A study launched by Distinguished Professor Jane Menken shows how access to family planning transformed Bangladesh for the better.
In this Q&A, McGraw shares what it is that makes Valentine’s Day nauseating for singles, how single people can live their best lives and how we all can better support people, no matter their relationship status.
From Coke's “I'd like to teach the world to sing” in 1972 to Apple's iconic launch in 1984 to this year's raucous, carefree humor, Super Bowl ads reflect who we are as a culture—or what we'd like to be. Take a look back and forward with advertising industry veteran Kelty Logan.
Recent events have prompted a lively discussion about if and how content on streaming platforms should be moderated. CU Boulder Today spoke with an expert in Colorado Law about Spotify, Joe Rogan and this new frontier in content moderation.
The U.S. Postal Service has been hard at work, delivering tens of millions of at-home COVID-19 tests to mailboxes across the country. With the tests’ arrival come a slew of questions. Get answers from CU Boulder virologist Sara Sawyer.
A comprehensive new report spearheaded by CU Boulder Sociology Professor Richard Rogers shows U.S. youth are far less likely to make it to their 25th birthday than their peers in wealthy nations, due largely to child poverty and a lack of social safety nets here. The authors are calling on policymakers to take "immediate and aggressive action."
A new study shows when preschoolers are exposed to even dim light in the hour before bedtime it can significantly lower levels of the sleep-promoting hormone melatonin, potentially disrupting sleep. The research serves as a reminder to parents to turn off electronics and dim the lights to promote healthy sleep in children.
Survivors of events like the recent Marshall Fire may face what sociologist Lori Peek called "the long tail of disaster-related trauma." She argues these survivors need mental health resources and support from friends and family long after the television cameras are gone.