Feeling a little lost? Perhaps that’s because we’re already a week into 2015 and you don’t have a new wall calendar.
This week’s roundup of CU-Boulder news has a scientific flavor with a dash of the entrepreneurial spirit.
To every member of the Forever Buffs family — more than 250,000 of you — the CU-Boulder Alumni Association wishes you a safe and happy new year! We hope we’ll see you early and often in 2015.
The CU-Boulder family had a lot to cheer in 2014 — an alum’s trip to the International Space Station in March, the most competitive and diverse freshman class in history, a fifth national championship for men’s cross country, a faculty poet’s PEN award, approval of the first new college on campus in 50 years, a new all-LEGO model of campus, the 100th anniversary of homecoming …
Would you describe your life as busy, overwhelming or exhausting? Do you ever wonder where the time goes during a day or feel like you didn’t accomplish what you set out to?
For a short time, still within memory for some Baby Boomers, Boulder had its own ski run: Chautauqua Mesa Ski Area operated from 1949-52 and in 1962.
University of Colorado Boulder students strive to make a positive impact on the community around them and others have taken notice. In this week’s roundup of headlines, we look at two such instances, plus research results and a new research consortium involving CU-Boulder.
The CU-Boulder Alumni Association extends its warmest congratulations to the more than 1,700 students who became alumni on Saturday, Dec. 20, during the university’s annual winter commencement ceremony at Coors Events Center. Welcome!
Alumni play a special role in the life of the university, and the Alumni Association aims to serve graduates for the long-term.
The University of Colorado Boulder alumni family will grow by 1,707 Saturday when the university hosts its annual winter commencement ceremony.
Many of America’s first universities were centuries old by the time they admitted women. At CU-Boulder co-education began early — with the Tyler sisters.
Looking for a festive way to share your CU pride this holiday season? Look no further than the CU Book Store.
Applications to CU-Boulder are up and it’s no wonder. Members of the campus community drew attention for their energy-saving efforts, film making and activism in Washington, D.C., over the past week.
Maybe it’s the dinosaur dig on Norlin Quad, the return of falling bear or the mammoth replica of Folsom Field.
Make plans to display your CU-Boulder degree with pride with a diploma frame from the CU Book Store.
Look for former NBA and CU Buffs’ star Chauncey Billups (Soc ex’99) in your mailbox: The latest issue of Coloradan magazine starts mailing this week with a vintage cover photo of Billups in action.
Visit Tanzania and behold the cradle of humankind and some of Earth’s most majestic animals in their natural habitat.
The Alumni Association takes a quick look at some of the top stories coming out of the University of Colorado Boulder over the past week.
In some families, being a Buff is a tradition.
Join the #GivingTuesday movement with your Forever Buffs family!
Be among the first to gaze upon an all-LEGO® CU when the Heritage Center’s newest exhibit opens Saturday, Dec. 6, at 10 a.m.
For mom and dad. For a fellow CU grad. For a future Buff. For you.
The CU-Boulder campus is being rebuilt – brick by LEGO® brick.
Tuesday, Dec. 2 is the day to take a break from your studies, don your ugly sweater, head over the Koenig Alumni Center and enter to win a $1,000 Kaplan “scholarship” if you’re graduating from CU-Boulder in December.
The CU-Boulder Alumni Association wishes every member of the Forever Buff family – more than 250,00 of you — a Happy Thanksgiving.
CU-Boulder alums Sara Martinelli (Anth’92) and Lenny Martinelli (EnvDes’90) live the farm-to-table movement, growing the fresh organic food they serve at their seven Boulder-area reastaurants. Read their story in the Coloradan.
The University of Colorado men’s cross country team earned its fifth NCAA national championship Saturday in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Life-long friends Scott Harrison, Rick Becker and Jack Thompson celebrated the 50th anniversary of their graduation from CU-Boulder in October as part of Back to Boulder Homecoming Weekend.
Experience the magic of the Denver Zoo’s holiday event before it opens to the public with CU Night at Zoo Lights!
Lea Alvarado’s devotion to CU-Boulder alumni hasn’t gone unnoticed.
The CU Art Museum is showing new sculpture, drawing and video works by advanced CU-Boulder art students, part of a bi-annual show that runs through Nov. 20.
As a leader at Facebook, Kelly Graziadei (Jour’97) shows that it takes more than social skills to be successful.
Joseph Bevier Sturtevant was more than a photographer in Boulder, he was a legend.
The CU-Boulder Alumni Association is proud to celebrate Veterans Day and salute all those who have served our country, especially members of the Forever Buffs family.
A civil rights pioneer, an ESPN columnist and a scholar who will explain how movie star Bruce Lee represents equality and breaking down barriers are scheduled to speak during the CU-Boulder 20th annual Diversity and Inclusion Summit.
The C-Unit, CU-Boulder’s basketball student section, is ready to rock the Coors Events Center and #RollTad and #LappeHour hashtags are about to take over Twitter once again.
Two of the most famous Buffs fans celebrate their 90th birthdays in November, a milestone like that won’t go unnoticed on campus.
From Thursday’s Awards Ceremony to Saturday’s pregame festivities at Ralphie’s Corral, #ForeverBuffs turned out in force during Back to Boulder Homecoming Weekend.
The American Institute for Economic Research named Boulder the No. 1 small metro area for college students in a report released Friday.
George Gramer (Span’73, and MA’74) was named the CU Advocate of the Year, an award that comes from the Office of the President, on Tuesday night in Denver.