The parasite Toxoplasma gondii can also be spread to humans through undercooked meat
Researchers of lake mud say high forests are resilient through 4,800 years of flames, but new climate reality could change that
Did the 1918 influenza pandemic strike down lots of healthy young people in the prime of life? A new study from University of Colorado professor Sharon DeWitte says no.
Several universities and community colleges have agreed to a list of requests, including joining a real-time overdose map and naloxone training for students
Cartoonist Drew Litton notes that the CU-CSU football rivalry had lost its appeal as programs at both schools struggled. But with some new faces, it’s a new day.
The letter from professors, historians says the firing of Limerick from the Center of the American West she founded in 1986 has “irreparable and far-reaching” impacts
Medical anthropologist Dána-Ain Davis coined the term “obstetric racism” in 2018 after spending years interviewing Black women about their birthing experiences
The Court on Thursday limited the role of race in admissions in private and public higher education institutions. Here’s how Colorado colleges are responding.
NOAA analysis of 2021 West Coast fires shows need for state to cut locally produced ozone to meet EPA rules, authors say
The “enthusiastically present” scholar immersed himself and his students in the life and the law of the West.