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Sounding the alarm on climate change

Sounding the alarm on climate change

The adverse impacts to human health from global warming are undeniable and on track to worsen, without significant interventions, in the coming decades.
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Bohlen explores a 'naturally haunted' place in his new book

Bohlen explores a 'naturally haunted' place in his new book

Teague Bohlen is haunted. The writer, who says he has always loved ghost stories, had his own supernatural experience more than 30 years ago. That moment,...
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Azar Nafisi
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Author Nafisi to deliver free lecture at CU-Boulder

Author Azar Nafisi will speak on “The Republic of Imagination: Humanities and the Future of Democracies” at the Best Should Teach Lecture next week at CU-...
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Nick Nesbitt
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Author of ‘Caribbean Critique’ to present lecture

The Caribbean Lecture Series at CU-Boulder continues Friday with professor Nick Nesbitt, who will give a lecture on “Spectres of the Infinitesimal: Posthuman...
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Sexting Panic: Rethinking Criminalization, Privacy, and Consent
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Is there harm in sexting?

A new book released this week by a researcher at the University of Colorado Denver examines the social conversations around sexting. In her book “Sexting Panic...
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Five questions for Jeffrey Montez de Oca

An assistant professor of sociology at UCCS with interests in sociological theory, sport, media, identity and inequality, the Cold War, and urban food security...
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Five questions for Lon Abbott

The mountains have always held special meaning for Lon Abbott. Growing up in Boulder, he took advantage of the rock climbing, kayaking and backpacking that was...
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50th Anniversary update: 'Discovering Place – A UCCS Field Guide' now available

Tom and Carole Huber did not set out to create a publication to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of UCCS. Instead, a project intended to...
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Gessen part of Russian Culture Week at CU-Boulder

The University of Colorado Boulder welcomes acclaimed Russian-American author, journalist and LGBT activist Masha Gessen for a discussion of her newly...
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Five questions for Aaron Hirsh

Research associate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at CU-Boulder is author of “Telling Our Way to the Sea: A Voyage of Discovery in the...
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Book Arts in Collaboration presentation, exhibit at Norlin

Most artistic endeavors are solitary pursuits. Kitty Maryatt and Sammy Lee create opportunities to collaborate in order to produce artists’ books that are...
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Five questions for Richard Johnson

“The Fat Switch,” a book by Richard Johnson, M.D., reveals what he and his research team suggest could be the mechanism behind a worldwide obesity and diabetes...
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Five questions for Mary Guy

What makes a fireman or policeman rush to help others each and every day? How do they – and others in high-stress jobs – continue to enjoy their work?
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Five questions for Melanie Shellenbarger

Her new book examines the legacy of Colorado’s early summer homes.