The Conference on World Affairs will return in person with most sessions available via livestream online. One hundred diverse speakers and performers will participate in 125 panel discussions, performances and keynote events on the CU Boulder campus.
CU Boulder experts in Russia and Ukraine share insights into what has led to the crisis, how citizens of both countries are reacting, what effect economic sanctions could have on both Russia and the West and how Americans can help from afar.
A new study of 1,200 Denver residents found those who spent more time in green spaces the first year of the pandemic reported less anxiety and depression. It also found that more than one-third spent more time in parks and on trails than they did pre-pandemic.
Professor Suzette Malveaux explains the historic nature of President Joe Biden's Supreme Court nomination, what Ketanji Brown Jackson would add to the Supreme Court and the challenges she may face in confirmation.