After about 10 years of living in Los Angeles trying to make a career as an actor, Ross Marquand was cast in the highest-rated TV series in cable history, "The Walking Dead," changing his life forever.
Whether it's a sport, an instrument, lifting weights or going on a hike, being in tune with our bodies can help us perform better. Physical therapist Annie Sirotniak offers tips to make sure we're performing at our best and preventing injuries along the way.
Having traveled the world studying the social impact catastrophes have on marginalized populations, CU Boulder alumna Lori Peek returned to her alma mater in January to become director of the Natural Hazards Center, the nation's clearinghouse for disaster research. She says vulnerable populations should be top of mind in disaster planning.
This week's events include a lecture by Jose Antonio Vargas, a Peace Corps information session, free bowling, table games and pizza on St. Patrick's Day at The Connection and a celebration of International Happiness Day at C4C.
The CU Museum of Natural History herbarium houses more than a half-million grasses, flowers, lichens and mosses—regarded as one of the most important natural history repositories in western North America.
Self-care is a way to say, "Here's how I help myself feel better." It doesn’t have to be an investment of time or money (and definitely shouldn't add more stress to your plate). Click through for a list of ways to start feeling better right away.
For Megan Mangum, the goal was college; and the route was hazy, as it often is for first-generation students. Now on track to graduate from CU Boulder, she tells her story with a disarming mix of candor, humor and optimism.
After struggling to find his place in engineering and math, Kristof Klipfel discovered the creative outlet he craved in the ATLAS Institute's Technology, Arts and Media program. The senior is consistently cranking out innovative work that demonstrates his active imagination.