Samira Rajabi first senses the presence of “Herbert” when she is 16. As Rajabi matures, their relationship becomes a struggle, yet Herbert expands his role in her life. She tries to move on, but he is still there in the back of her head, a constant reminder of a relationship gone wrong. Rajabi attempts to […]
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In recent history CU Boulder has become a leading campus for environmental initiatives. At the heart of this effort is the university’s Environmental Center, established in 1970 by a group of students. 45 years later, it is the largest student-run environmental center in the country, and is constantly improving to reach its goal of making […]
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Skilled craft workers like woodworkers, leatherworkers, glassblowers, and artists of any sort offer a pause from todays high-tech and mass-produced lifestyle. These are people without “formal” training as we would call it, as these are skills you can’t completely learn at a university. Instead these people have most likely been working their whole lives at […]
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As winter wages on, many who will ski or snowboard this year probably already have their skis, jackets, tickets, and the rest of stuff you need in order to enjoy the sport. The most devoted riders have been on the hill since they were young, and have always had this equipment at the ready, waiting […]
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Professor Small treks into the classroom, handing out the daily class exercise labeled Pleistocene Glaciers to the front row of students. He pulls out a flyer as he gets to the center of the room, and tells the class “This morning I got this on my door.” The front of the flyer reads Global Warming: […]
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