Wiley B. Rutledge pets dog

First U.S. Supreme Court justice from CU known as model of collegiality

June 29, 2017

Often overlooked due to his short tenure, Wiley B. Rutledge was the first CU Boulder graduate to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. He was sworn in 19 years before Byron White joined the nation's highest court.Read more »
Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee the focus of professor's next book

June 26, 2017

Bruce Lee conquered generations of unflattering stereotypes about Asian men, and CU Boulder professor Daryl Maeda says the martial arts star is overdue for a deeper analysis than he's received in existing biographical works.Read more »
Senior engineering student Susie Gomez-Burgos

Student inspires next generation of engineers

June 21, 2017

When senior engineering student Susie Gomez-Burgos isn't studying, she spends much of her time inspiring children, Latina girls in particular, to become mathematicians and science whizzes.Read more »
Brothers display their insect food product including crickets on a plate.

Alumni innovate locally and globally

June 15, 2017

From bringing a family recipe to the hot sauce market; to helping debut an all-female orchestra in Afghanistan; and normalizing the superfood of insects in the American diet, CU Boulder alumni are innovating near and far.Read more »
Charlie visits with customers at Boulder Farmer's Market

2 CU grads are cooking up Guatemalan hot sauce using family recipes

June 13, 2017

Cousins Juan and Charlie Stewart, both CU Boulder alumni, are carving out a space for themselves in the hot sauce market using Guatemalan family recipes and locally-sourced ingredients.Read more »
Afghanistan’s first all-female orchestra Zohra

With a CU mentor, Afghan girls embrace music

June 12, 2017

For years, the Taliban banned music in Afghanistan. Now the country's first dedicated music school has debuted an all-female orchestra, with CU Boulder music alumna and mentor Allegra Boggess to thank.Read more »
art installation at 2017 Venice Bienniale

Two alumni featured in Venice Biennale 2017

June 5, 2017

Two bodies of work exhibited in an official satellite site of Venice Biennale 2017, the oldest and arguably most prestigious visual arts event in the world, share close ties to CU Boulder.Read more »
ATLAS doctoral student Lila Finch with Luminous Science project

Luminous Science: Lending artistic form to scientific function

May 30, 2017

In the lobby of the ATLAS center, a nine-foot illuminated tree sculpture created by PhD student Lila Finch uses colored LEDs to demonstrate the health of a hydroponic garden growing one floor above.Read more »
Ani Yahzid with his camera outdoors

Beyond Boulder: Undergraduate's independent film merges hip hop and the wilderness

May 24, 2017

Ani Yahzid will be filming in the wilderness of Olympic National Park with hip hop musician Namaste. "The Exposure Film Project: When Hip Hop Meets the Outdoors" is an independent film Yahzid hopes will get millennials more engaged with the outdoors.Read more »
Wooden fence, green field and Flatirons

10 things to do this summer

May 23, 2017

For those of you staying in beautiful Boulder this summer, be it for classes, work or just to hang out, here are some things to do during the warm, summer months ahead.Read more »