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Inclusive Sports Summit champions diversity, inclusion at CU Boulder

Feb. 22, 2024

Speakers, ranging from recreational therapists to student athletes and everything in between, shared their insights at the Inclusive Sports Summit on Feb. 13, an annual event. Learn more about takeaways from the event.

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How the ‘blockbuster effect’ boosts some crowdfunding campaigns

Feb. 22, 2024

A recent study from the Leeds School of Business has found that widely popular Kickstarter campaigns have a positive spillover effect on other projects.

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Tips for co-existing with campus wildlife

Feb. 22, 2024

CU Boulder's Environmental Services team offers a few simple reminders about interactions between people and wildlife on campus.

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College of Music announces new director of choral activities

Feb. 22, 2024

Director of Choral Activities Coreen Duffy will join the College of Music in fall 2024. Duffy has served as director of choral activities at the University of Montana School of Music for the past six years.

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Music announces new associate professor, director of vocal pedagogy

Feb. 22, 2024

The College of Music has announced that Nicholas Perna will join the College of Music this fall as an associate professor and the director of vocal pedagogy.

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What’s behind the astonishing rise in LGBTQ+ romance literature?

Feb. 22, 2024

It’s tempting to see this trend as a sign of the times, but the biggest book publishers started changing their approach only once they realized they were leaving money on the table. Read from CU experts Christine Larson and Ashley Carter.

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After 75 years, ‘Death of a Salesman’ still packs a gut punch

Feb. 22, 2024

CU Boulder theater professor Bud Coleman reflects on Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer-winning play and why it’s a story that still has meaning.

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Virtual homesteaders built an internet of ‘little autocracies.’ Is digital democracy doomed?

Feb. 22, 2024

A new book from Assistant Professor Nathan Schneider argues that attempts to impose democracy on the internet have failed for cultural and technical reasons. But what if we used it as a tool to solve these problems?

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8 screen-free activities that are guaranteed to brighten your day

Feb. 22, 2024

Does it ever feel like everyone is glued to their phones? Use these tips to take a break, unplug and enjoy some screen-free activities.

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9 ways to take care of your sexual health in college

Feb. 22, 2024

College can be a great time to learn about sexual health. Here are nine things you can do to take care of your sexual health in college (and beyond).