Nothing felt special or particularly different when I landed in Connecticut, at Bradley Airport, after a short layover in Charlotte that required some sprinting. When I landed, all I saw was flatness outside my window. After tweeting out an ‘EastCoast’ hashtag, the second thing I tweeted when I landed—half sarcastically, half sadly—was: “Where…there’s no mountains … Continue reading
Here’s a short clip of student journalist and reporter for the CU Independent Don Tartaglione, who interviewed CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan Tuesday night at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Logan spoke to an audience about her experiences as a foreign correspondent and as a female journalist. She was a guest of … Continue reading
VIDEO There was only about 80 students, but as they marched up the steps outside the University Memorial Center and embarked on a trek toward the Administrative Building they appeared like an enormous mob. The students were part of a demonstration called “Take Back Our Campus” at CU-Boulder, which started at 11:30 a.m. inside the … Continue reading
Members of CU’s UMAS y MEXA Bellas and Sigma Lambda Beta put together a face-painting station at the University Memorial Center on campus to celebrate El Dia de los Muertos on Wednesday in Boulder. El Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday honoring those who have passed away. Honoring the dead usually involves the … Continue reading
Empire State of Mind. For 11 weeks. It was wonderful. Here are some of my favorite photos, transformed into timeless black and white images of Crossroads of the World.