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Thursday, April 11,2013

Here’s Butters: 'South Park' animator to speak in Boulder

'South Park' animation director, inspiration for character, comes to CU

By David Accomazzo
When Eric Stough was studying film at the University of Colorado Boulder, he wanted to get a job working on the big-budget, high-production value cartoons made by The Walt Disney Co. Then South Park happened.
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Thursday, April 11,2013

CU to examine future of Conference on World Affairs

'Externally facing' event must prove its value to students, dean says

By David Accomazzo
Officials at the University of Colorado Boulder are taking a look at the Conference on World Affairs to determine whether the funding the university gives the event — somewhere around $160,000 — is a justifiable expense for the university.
Thursday, April 4,2013

CWA: A magnifying glass on art

Boulder's Conference on World Affairs explores many avenues of entertainment

By David Accomazzo
When Terrence McNally, the four-time Tony Award-winning playwright, was completing his undergraduate degree at Harvard University in the late ’60s, he spent a summer as program director for a camp of chronic schizophrenics.
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Thursday, April 4,2013

The world on Boulder’s doorstep

65th Conference on World Affairs offers something for everyone

By David Accomazzo
As far as — well, academic isn’t the right word — intellectually minded events go, the Conference on World Affairs (CWA) is pretty chaotic.
Thursday, March 28,2013

A grand Bill: CU professor looks to make the biggest student film ever

By David Accomazzo
While discussing his ambitious new project — “the biggest student film of all time” — director, screenwriter and University of Colorado assistant professor Alex Cox brings up an interesting point about anti-war movies. More specifically, about the lack thereof.
Thursday, March 21,2013

Budgeting the Bard

CU to Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Pay for yourself

By David Accomazzo
The festival is a proud product of the University of Colorado Boulder and a cherished cultural gem in the city of Boulder. But according to numbers provided by the university, in only one of those years, 2000, did the festival post a profit.
Thursday, March 21,2013

South by Southwest: Pandemonium in Austin

SXSW came, saw and conquered

By David Accomazzo
Put tech nerds, gear expos, independent film buffs and musicians of every conceivable genre into a blender and press mix, pour the resulting slurry into the one city just tolerant enough to put up with it, and you get an approximation of what it’s like to be at South By Southwest (SXSW).
Thursday, March 14,2013

Confessions of an ex-evangelical

Boulder writer Erika Rae pens memoir about growing up religious

By David Accomazzo
Erika Rae’s evangelist upbringing imprinted some unusual beliefs upon her. As a teenager, she believed demons were behind every accidental misstep, from rock ’n’ roll to forgetting your keys.
Thursday, March 7,2013

Vintage sheen: Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside

Group blends eras and genres into a danceable whole

By David Accomazzo
Sallie Ford says that growing up, she was more comfortable singing in groups than by herself. (Her sister, after all, was the one with the performance flair.) Sallie was never one for the spotlight, she says.
Thursday, March 7,2013

Explorer of the voice

Meredith Monk has expanded the possibilities of the human voice in music

By David Accomazzo
Meredith Monk has accumulated many titles during her nearly 50 years as a performer.
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