On Wednesday, July 1, at 5:30 p.m., join Chancellor Phil DiStefano, Interim Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke and Vice Chancellor Akirah Bradley for a Boulder community discussion on CU Boulder’s plans for fall 2020. Registration is available starting June 26.
Extremely conservative Facebook users are responsible for sharing the bulk of fake news, but extreme liberals are responsible for a good chunk of it, too, according to a new study. Those who lack trust in the media, and in society in general, are also more likely to share it.
Today’s modern cities, from Denver to Dubai, could learn a thing or two from the ancestral Pueblo communities that once stretched across the southwestern United States. For starters, the more people live together, the better the living standards.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced the immediate actions for change he and his administration will take to transform the CU Boulder experience for Black students, faculty and staff; for all students, faculty and staff of color; and for other marginalized individuals and groups.
Students and alumni have helped spread awareness about how to maintain a safe environment; raised funds to help support students, staff and faculty; and led efforts to donate and 3D-print personal protective equipment.
Anthropology graduate students are exploring how we feel in a pandemic, creating a historical archive to document their feelings and categorize themes they see emerging during the coronavirus pandemic.