Students, scholars and media professionals will discuss media “in the fast-paced world of digital journalism” at a University of Colorado Boulder symposium March 14-15. CU-Boulder’s Journalism and Mass Communication program will host the conference including two talks that are free and open to the public. Jay Rosen will give one of the talks on March
Momentous Gift of Holocaust Archive to CU-Boulder Will Draw Scholars from Around World The Mazal Holocaust Collection, considered the world’s largest privately owned Holocaust archive and the most significant U.S. collection outside of the Holocaust museums in New York and Washington, D.C., has been donated to the University of Colorado Boulder. The highly regarded collection
The CU-Boulder-led mission to Mars, MAVEN, just hit its scheduled milestone and is continuing toward its target, the Red Planet. By 7 p.m. EST on Feb. 4, MAVEN had traveled 136,949,317 miles.
WINTER PARK — A tough day in giant slalom saw the University of Colorado ski team slide one spot to finish fourth at its own Spencer James Nelson Memorial Invitational, the third of four regular season meets of the 2014 season. Denver won its second straight meet, compiling 648 points and winning by 57
British journalist Simon Hoggart, a longtime Conference on World Affairs attendee, died of pancreatic cancer on Sunday, Jan. 5, the Guardian newspaper in Great Britain reported. Hoggart wrote for the Guardian but managed to fly to Colorado on his own dime for 18 years to participate in the conference.
On Thursday, Nov. 7, the Alumni Association is celebrated the Forever Buffs-created show The Book of Mormon. It hosted a sold-out reception before the performance in Denver.
Friday was National Bison Day, so hats off to Ralphie V and IV, CU-Boulders two living buffalo mascots.
Anyone who has watched Ralphie lead the football team out on the field both at the start of the game and second half knows how special she is. CU has had five Ralphies, each with her own personality.
BY CURTIS SNYDER BOULDER – On Saturday, the University of Colorado Athletic Department and CU student-athletes hosted approximately 800 Boulder flood victims at Folsom Field. The event, which took place from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the stadium’s Club Level, provided evacuees with a meal and a chance to visit with athletes, coaches and administrators.
More than 600 alumni and friends gathered at Ralphie’s Corral pregame party on Sunday, Sept. 1 before the Buffs took on the Rams, winning 41-27 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
On Friday, Aug. 23, more than 130 alumni lined up alongside the Forever Buffs arch to welcome 5,700 new students on their walk from Convocation to Global Jam.
On Monday, Aug. 26, classes started for the fall semester at CU-Boulder. Welcome back, Forever Buffs! All students and alumni are part of the Forever Buffs family, getting a lifetime of services and programming from the Alumni Association with no dues.
Congrats to our May graduates! We want you to know that all students and alumni are members of the Alumni Association!
By B.G. Brooks, CUBuffs.com Contributing Editor BOULDER – Junior Andre Roberson has decided to forgo his final season of eligibility at the University of Colorado and make himself eligible for the 2013 NBA Draft. Roberson, a 6-7 forward who was on the verge of becoming CU’s career rebounding leader, made his decision about midday Sunday
DES MOINES, Iowa – In a field of some of the nation’s top 1,500-meter runners, University of Colorado senior Emma Coburn raced to an eighth-place finish through stiff, windy conditions at the 104th Drake Relays on Friday night. Coburn finished the race in four minutes, 11.36 seconds, the fastest time by a collegiate athlete this
Join CU Journalism & Mass Communication (JMC) on Tuesday, April 23 for ” ‘A Public Trust’ in Jeopardy: An Insider’s Look at the Unresolved Constraints on U.S. Public Media.” The lecture by veteran public broadcaster and media scholar Willard D. “Wick” Rowland begins at 5:30 p.m. in Eaton Humanities Room 250 on the Boulder campus.
By B.G. Brooks, CUBuffs.com Contributing Editor PULLMAN, Wash. – On a night when the Colorado Buffaloes’ offense came and went, their constant was defense – and it carried them to their second Pac-12 Conference victory and first of the season on the road. CU kept grinding and grinding and finally put away Washington State
MINTURN, Colo. – The University of Colorado ski team completed an impressive comeback Sunday with Nordic classical races here at Maloit Park, winning the 2013 Denver Invitational by 19 points over the host Pioneers. DU held a 71 point advantage over CU entering the weekend’s Nordic action. CU picked up two more individual wins,
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS & WINTER PARK, Colo. – The University of Colorado ski team used nine top seven finishes to earn a victory in its own Spencer James Nelson Memorial Invitational and jump up a spot to second place at the Denver Invitational Sunday. The Buffs used another dominant performance in women’s Nordic action to
By B.G. Brooks, CUBuffs.com Contributing Editor BOULDER – Protecting a second-half lead wasn’t a problem on Saturday for the Colorado Buffaloes. Their dilemma this time was overcoming a 13-point second-half deficit – and they nearly did it. Deep and talented UCLA led by a point at halftime, revved it up in the second half, then
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS & WINTER PARK, Colo. – The University of Colorado ski team stormed to the lead in its own Spencer James Nelson Memorial Invitational on the Nordic side and opened the Denver Invitational in third place on the alpine side in a busy day of skiing in the Colorado Mountains. In Steamboat Springs,
Jon Embree (Comm’88) has been dismissed as University of Colorado head football coach, athletic director Mike Bohn announced Sunday evening.
They were CU graduates, chasing their dreams and touching many lives along the way. Some had children, wives, husbands, fiancés. All 10 were killed in the September 11, 2001, attacks, eight in the World Trade Center and two on the airplane that crashed into the Pentagon.
The University of Colorado Boulder’s annual Conference on World Affairs returns to campus for the 64th time April 9-13, with 200 events, including panel discussions, performances and plenaries. All events are free and open to the public.
Two CU standout runners Kara Goucher and Dathan Ritzenhein are making headlines. Alum Dathan Ritzenhein is trying to turn the cruelest finish into an opportunity. Ritzenhein, a two-time Olympic distance runner, painfully fell behind the lead trio near the end of the U.S. Olympic marathon trials Jan. 14 in Houston. USA Today story.
University of Colorado Boulder, External Relations Coordinator position opening Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences, Position # 670024 The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder is accepting applications for the position of External Relations Coordinator. This position reports directly to the Dean of the College. As the person
The CUSG and Panhellenic Council would like your support, as part of the Forever Buffs family, in sponsoring CU’s philanthropy this year, Dance Marathon. Throughout the year, we have been raising money for the kids of Children’s Hospital in Denver.
On Jan. 28, the champion children of the Children’s Hospital will join students at Dance Marathon to celebrate their lives and the money we have raised. Please take out your phones and text MIRACLE to 27722 to support your Student Body philanthropy. Learn more at www.cudancemarathon.org.
TABERNASH, Colo. — Sophomore newcomer Rune Oedegaard won his second race in as many days as the University of Colorado Ski Team had a solid final day here at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in the final day of the 2012 University of Denver Invitational, but it was not enough to overcome Utah’s lead as the Utes
Exhibit by internationally recognized artist brings together art, science, lichens and “footprints of the sky” Jan. 17-Aug. 8, 2012 Boulder, CO.– Art, science, lichens, smog, a 16’ video wall, emissions testing, paintings, photographs, puzzles, sculpture, stickers, statistics, and metaphors come together in a timely and thought-provoking exhibit “the invisible connectedness of things,” January 17 –
Whether you live in Shanghai or San Francisco, there are many ways to engage with CU-Boulder and our 270,000-strong Forever Buffs family. Get involved in the following ways:
The University of Colorado cross country teams won the first ever Pac-12 Conference titles in any sport on Saturday morning, sweeping the men’s and women’s races at the Wigwam Golf Course.
On Wednesday, Boulder received more than 10 inches of snow that turned the city into a winter wonderland. However, the heavy snow wreaked havoc on trees that still have all of their leaves.
Bill Wolfe (Mus’63) and his wife Judy Wolfe submitted this photo taken earlier this fall of CU-Boulder alums and their significant others. This group has been meeting yearly for the past 20 years, Phi Psis and sweethearts, in various parts of our country.
“Mother: Caring for 7 Billion,” on Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m. in Humanities B150, explores the widespread implications of theglobal population reaching seven billion in 2011- nearly doubling since 1960. The film features world-renown experts andscientists, follows a mother’s journey through Africa and offers solutionsthrough education rather than blame. In conjunction with Colorado Bioneers, thefilm
Bioneers is a three-day forum that brings leading scientific innovators and environmental visionaries to Boulder, offering practical solutions to the most pressing environmental and social issues of our time. The local colloquium for this national phenomenon connects the dots between environment, health, social justice and spirit in a unique and authentic way. The event features
The Department of History, University of Colorado Boulderpresents the 23rd Athearn Lecture: “The True Story of Ah Jake: Languageand Justice in Nineteenth-Century California,” a lecture by Dr. Mae M. Ngai, Lung Family Professor ofAsian American Studies and Professor of History at Columbia University. The lecture is Thursday, Nov. 3, 7 p.m. in Benson Earth Sciences
The CU Book Store will be having a clearance sale Oct.24-27. The sale will be located in the lower level of the store. Stop by andsnatch up a great bargain! Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com Also, buy books at unbelievable prices! $1 paperbacks and $2 hardbacksOctober 27-29, lower level, CU Book Store. Stop by and snatch up
The University of Colorado Buffaloes vs. Cal-Berkeley Bears football game at Folsom Field on Sept. 10 is technically a nonconference game, but most in the campus community recognize that it’s the beginning of a new era.
“The Pac-12 century has begun,” said CU-Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano.
FISKE PLANETARIUM EVENTS Week of Aug. 29-Sept. 4 Evening Starshows: $7 Adults, $3.50 Children/Seniors Students/faculty with ID free on Thursday and $5 on Friday Thursday: CO Skies (Dawn Mission)-7:30 pm Friday: Many Faces of Hubble-7:30 pm Friday Night Laser Shows: $7 general admission AC/DC-9:30 pm Beastie Boys-10:45 pm Saturday Matinees: $6
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival offers fall theatre classes for kids and teens. All classes held at Wesley Chapel and are taught by CSF professionals. Classes include Stage Combat (ages 11-18), Beginning Shakespeare (ages 6-10) and Advanced Shakespeare (ages 11-18). Earlybird prices available until Sept.1. Call 303-492-1973 to sign up. Additional information: http://www.coloradoshakes.org/education-outreach/school