Another snowstorm has draped the Flatirons in white, and it’s heavily overcast. But as you well know, it’ll be warmer and sunny soon.
With Kent’s departure, we’re replacing his Kent’s Corner column in Buffalum Notes with a revolving one called CU Voices written by alumni, faculty, students and staff. It should be interesting! If you’d like to contribute text and at least six photos about a CU theme, e-mail Marc Killinger with your idea. And we’d always like to receive your photos of alumni events and travel.
CU student searches for world peace on Semester at Sea
by Erika Usui
I can only imagine the look on my mom’s face as she opened the mailbox to see a postcard from me that read, “I’m off to sail around the world! Send me some limes to ward off the scurvy! Love, Erika.”
So there I was, a senior at CU, with the vast Pacific in front of me and the world at my fingertips. Eleven countries in a hundred days was the plan.
Alumni College 2008, May 16-17
Come learn about the many facets of the health care problem today at this year’s Alumni College, with its theme “Health Care: Insurance, Delivery and Innovation.” Faculty presenters from different disciplines will discuss their perspectives on this growing problem and then help the participants engage in discussion about the issue.
Time to (reunion) par-teee!!
If you’re from the class of 1958 or any class before, you’ll want to sign up for the Golden Anniversary Club reception and luncheon at the Millennium Harvest House in Boulder Friday, May 9. Festivities begin at 10:30 a.m. followed by luncheon in the Grand Ballroom.
The current CU president will be the keynote speaker. Special recognition will be given to the class of 1948, celebrating its 60th class reunion. Please click here for a registration form.
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Wow, springtime in Paris!
Laissez les bon temps roulez! Dreaming of springtime in Paris? Join us June 8 on our Burgundy & Provence cruise and enjoy the warmth and beauty of the French Riviera before cruising up the Saone and Rhone rivers to the City of Lights.
The CU Book Store – books for every age!
See CU Book Store merchandise here. Prices are subject to change.
CU Veterans Association gathering
Last chance to sign up for the CU Veterans Alumni Association luncheon at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver on Feb. 20 at 11:30 a.m. Former U.S. Navy aviator and CU President Hank Brown (Acct’61, Law’69) will address this new CU veterans club, followed by a brief presentation by Nate Braden (Bus’03, MBA’05), former Marine and CU alum. Click here to register.
Stomp with us!
Join CU alumni and friends at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts for STOMP on March 8. The international percussion sensation is explosive, provocative, sophisticated, sexy, utterly unique and appeals to audiences of all ages. As USA Today says, “STOMP finds beautiful noises in the strangest places.” Preshow reception at 3:30 p.m., show starts at 5 p.m. For more information contact Becky Cabral, phone 303-492-2879. Click here for the reservation form.
CU engineering alumni in southern California
CU Engineering & Applied Science is coming to the Los Angeles area! It’s time to reconnect with your CU engineering alumni network. Dean Robert H. Davis invites you for an evening of good conversation and fine hors d’oeuvres. Cash bar available. Join us in Santa Monica on March 5 or in Hillsborough on March 12.
A lifetime alumni membership lasts forever!
Get the complete scoop here.
Changing jobs or career?
CU Career Services is still available to help you!
Hiring a full-time employee or intern? Connect with CU students and alumni.
Alumni hockey game March 1
Calling all past CU ice hockey players, coaches and managers who still enjoy lacing up their skates and putting the puck in the net! CU Buff hockey wants to invite you to participate in our spring semester Alumni game, scheduled for the Rec Center ice rink on March 1 at 9:30 p.m. They’re asking for a $75 donation from all participants to help pay ice costs, official’s fees and refreshments. Space is limited, so please sign up right away. For more information or to sign up, contact Everett Pfeiff at 303-748-8863.
New undergrad journalism scholarships
The Sports Announcing Endowed Scholarship was established with a $25,000 gift from Larry and Brigitte Zimmer. It provides undergraduate scholarships to SJMC students who want to pursue sports announcing. For additional information e-mail John Pepperdine at the CU Foundation or call 303-492-4550.