‘Nothing to lose’: Hockey goalie Grant Payne looks to finish off college strong post-injury

Imagine working hard, paying your dues, and then having it all fall apart the year you were ready to shine.

What it Was Like to Model in College Fashion Week

I have always been one of those girls who has dreamed of strutting down a long catwalk with a continuous flashing of cameras at the end of the runway.

New law will help some caught in student debt crisis

Originally published in the Boulder Weekly on March 28, 2019. With the announcement of President Trump’s 2020 budget came proposals to significantly alter how, and even if, people pay off student debt with the help of the federal government. Although Congress has...

It’s 2020, Sexism In Tennis Has To Stop

Originally published on Her Sport Ireland // Sept. 16, 2020 The year is 1973. 30,000 spectators sit in the Houston Astrodome on a humid September day, with 90 million more worldwide watching on TV, as Billie Jean King fights for a victory over Bobby Riggs, a...

Niamh Kearney ‘You Are Going To Be Pushed To The Best Of Your Ability’

Originally published on Her Sport Ireland // July 21, 2020 Located in one of the largest cities in America, Georgia State University enrolls thousands of international students a year. Within that pool, only a select few are from Ireland. In 2011, long-distance runner...

Buffs to face Air Force Falcons Saturday, Sept. 14

The last time the University of Colorado football team played the Air Force Academy, Richard Nixon resigned from his presidency, a dozen eggs cost only 45 cents and the Buffs were led by head coach Bill Mallory. After a 45-year break, the two in-state rivals are set to play again at Folsom Field on Sep. 14 at 11 a.m MST.

‘It Provokes Powerful Reflection’ – Inside Look at A24’s ‘Boys State’

Originally published on Her Campus CU Boulder // Sept. 23, 2020 Every year in Texas, thousands of high school boys gather together in a week-long elaborate mock exercise to build their own state government. A24’s “Boys State” follows several teenagers through the...

Strong Is The New Skinny – How CrossFit Breaks Female Body Stereotypes

Originally published on Her Sport Ireland // July 6, 2020 Women have long been subjected to stereotypes surrounding their bodies. It is not uncommon to walk into a gym to see men in the weight room and women on the cardio machines. This trend is backed up by the...

Rowing Rookie To The U.S. National Team – Charlotte Buck’s Climb To The Top

Originally published on Her Sport Ireland // July 18, 2020 Many successful athletes spend their entire lives training for their sport. Charlotte Buck, however, began her training at the age of 19, just one year before joining the Columbia University rowing team. Six...

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Meet Juliette Tucci, Founder of the “College Girls Go Crazy” Podcast

Originally published on Her Campus CU Boulder // Aug. 28, 2020 In the past few years, podcasts have become increasingly popular. Juliette Tucci, a Junior at the University of Colorado at Boulder, picked up the hobby of listening to podcasts during quarantine and...

April, The Month of Distracted Driving Awareness

While traveling 40 mph down one of Longmont, Colorado’s busiest roads, Brie Jenkins glanced over at her boyfriend as they approached an unmistakable red light. She knew there was something wrong. With his head drooped to the phone in his lap, Jenkins began to scream for her life while the car bolted closer to the red pickup truck obstructing their path.