A new genetic analysis, using data from hundreds of thousands of people, sheds light on why more than half of people diagnosed with one psychiatric disorder will be diagnosed with a second or third in their lifetime.
Maymester students, faculty, staff and visitors may hear gunfire as part of a training on crisis response for local, regional and national teams at Folsom Field. In this event, there's is no cause for concern.
There was no shortage of glee, pride and nostalgia as thousands of people gathered to celebrate the CU Boulder Class of 2022. The commencement ceremony included the traditional procession from Norlin Quad, a variety of speakers and recognitions, and beaming graduates and families.
In the wake of this week's leak about a private Supreme Court vote to strike down Roe v. Wade, CU Boulder sociologist Amanda Stevenson discusses how such a ruling could impact women's mortality and the way they live their lives.
Twenty-five states aren’t expected to ban abortion if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. But limits on abortion in these places, too, make them uncertain refuges for people seeking abortions elsewhere. CU experts share on The Conversation.
The Common Curriculum Planning Committee worked throughout this academic year to develop a draft of the common curriculum’s learning objectives and outcomes. Comments on the draft proposal will be accepted throughout the summer and may be submitted via email.
A draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito suggests a majority of the court may overturn the landmark 1973 ruling that guaranteed the constitutional right to abortion in the U.S. Here are three essential reads on The Conversation.