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Content Cakewalk: Ridiculously Simple Content Marketing in Boulder, CO

August 11th, 2020

Boulder is a mecca for smart people with good ideas. Take Becky Degrossa, CEO and Founder of Content Cakewalk, a content marketing startup in Boulder, CO. After spending 20 years at IBM and then switching gears to therapy, Degrossa created her own company, CouncelingWise, a therapy content generator, or phase one of her marketing empire. Degrossa is one of those exceptional Boulderites with the talent and ambition to let their passions lead their career. Content Cakewalk is the latest stop on that journey. Content Cakewalk is more customer-oriented than your typical marketing firm. For one, the... Read More

Writing Things Down Is Better for Your Memory

June 28th, 2020

If you are of a certain age, you remember when computers were huge mainframes in the computer science lab, you took a typewriter to college, and you wrote notes by hand in class. Technology has presented us with many modern opportunities to take notes – laptops, tablets, phones, watches.  While we have many options at our disposal, science is proving that the best way to take notes for retaining knowledge is a good, old-fashioned paper and pen. Studies of memory retention using a variety of different tools for note taking show that note-taking by hand improves retention in almost all circumstances.... Read More

Meanwhile on Campus…

April 10th, 2015

On Monday, April 6, the CU Creative Writing Association with support from the CU Cultural Event Board and the CU English Department collaborated to put on a reading and panel featuring three talented and inspirational poets. The show was titled Code Switching and Recoding Language, in which the three presenters spoke powerful words and shared  images that depicted the struggles that people who break the societal binaries face. These performers highlighted the various issues of oppression that stem from the lack of acceptance, expressed stereotypes and general lack of knowledge and education that... Read More