Lori Emerson said it’s getting easier to explain what she does, but still struggles explaining it to her own mother. Simply put, the CU professor is a poet and archeologist who has a unique relationship with technology and digital media.
Reality is setting in for the seniors of CU’s Division II hockey team. The regular season is over, and they are coming closer and closer to playing their final hockey games as Buffaloes.
Members of the CU snowboarding club team aren’t exactly what some people might expect them to be.
They don’t skip class to go to the mountains. They aren’t all Colorado kids and California transplants only concerned with “shredding the gnar.” And they don’t just work out at the top of mountains.
Consider it the call of the wild.
Maribeth Pecotte knew as a youngster in the woods of Ohio that she wanted to work with nature. She’s been at the Boulder District of the U.S. Forest Service since 1999 and can’t imagine being anywhere else.
Katie Edwards wants to do more than just speak up for the voiceless – she wants to help them speak up for themselves.
As an administrative assistant at the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence, Edwards works to increase understanding and support victims of domestic violence.