When Judy Sigel Freeman and Jill Sigel Greer joined CU tennis in 1972, it was the dawn of a new era with the signing of Title IX. The legislation prohibits sex-based discrimination in any school or education program that receives federal funding.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been restrictive and isolating, students have sought stronger, inclusive communities and used creative means to generate understanding and connection with others in need. Here are three students who strive to make their communities stronger.
Six life science scholars will embark on their PhD studies and contribute their unique cultural experiences to the CU Boulder campus this fall through a nearly $1.9 million gift to the university from the Shurl and Kay Curci Foundation.
From the Archives
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court released its long-awaited decision on Roe v. Wade, triggering laws in multiple states that will make abortion illegal in most circumstances. Take a look back at recent expert insights from CU Boulder researchers, addressing potential impacts of the decision, how religions around the world approach abortion and more.