Toluwanimi Obiwole’s poem “Word Association Five Points” appears in the 2017 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. Dry cleaner sushi joint Jazz club liquor store Homeless man watches white millennial walk her bike into his grandmother’s old house Dispensary guard fondles gun Corner store lady knows all the stories Black owned white-attended Heritage center […]
Rachel Mahoney’s photograph “Simplicity” appears in the 2017 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. Artist’s Statement: Every day when you walk down the street, you are seeing the world in a different way from everyone else you pass. Photography is one way of specifically capturing what you see in the world around you, […]
The 2017 Honors Journal Release Event takes place on Saturday, April 29, 2017 in the British Studies Room (located on the 5th floor of Norlin Library). The event lasts from 2:00 – 4:30PM and it is the culmination of a year of work by Honors Journal editors to solicit, review and publish some of the […]
Have you wondered who decides what makes it into the newspaper? Who influences the news within a country? How is it influenced from outside of a country? Daniel Naftel’s honors thesis investigated whether public statements by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev influenced how the Berlin Crisis of 1958-1961 was covered in the United States media. Daniel […]
Kate Ross’ poem “Have I Made it Yet?” appears in the 2016 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. It’s been a while since someone has ruined me but around you I am formless, tepid. I could tell you that, too – step outside this paper fort because you told me to be more […]
Meghan Dulsky is a senior Norlin Scholar at CU Boulder and is majoring in Classics, with a minor in Italian and a minor in Technology, Arts, and Media. Meghan has been involved with the Honors Program for the majority of her career at CU Boulder, which has encompassed enrolling in honors courses and working on […]
David Coons’ photo-essay “Mister Mistress” appears in the 2016 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. Artist’s Statement: “Mister Mistress” is a fictional narrative photo-essay, presented through a self-portrait. This single portrait is the internal narrative of a transgendered individual, someone who was born as a man, but identifies as a woman. Content and […]
Kelsey Ruggaard’s print “I Scream, You Scream” is featured in the 2016 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. Artist’s Statement: This print makes light of a tragic moment in history. By using bright fun colors, whimsical imagery and a pun for a title, I Scream, You Scream is a humorous take on […]
Each year the Honors Program sponsors the publication of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. We gather submissions from CU undergraduates all year and select the best work from across all disciplines to publish each spring. We have a PARTY to celebrate the release of the journal each April, and you are invited! There will […]
Dave Waite’s painting “Pilgrimage to Supercuts” is featured in the 2015 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. Artist’s statement: Every day, we encounter innumerable details that we likely disregard. The quiet smell of a woman sitting next to you, the cashier who you never bother to make eye-contact with, the hundred tiny movements […]
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