The CU-Arizona football game this Saturday, Nov. 12, features a Student Veterans of America pregame party to honor all military, veterans and family members. It goes from 10 a.m. to noon on the south patio of the University Memorial Center. There will be a live band and door prizes. Pregame tickets $10; football game are also $10.
Photos of the 2011 Alumni Awards winners.
Over 500 people attended the “Creating Futures” campaign launch celebration on April 28, 2011. Alumni, parents, faculty and staff enjoyed performances, building open houses and a reception on Norlin Quad.
Here we are at the CU in Los Angeles event at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
Our event at the Legion of Honor museum in San Francisco.
The Herd’s annual talent competition pitted ten contestants against each other and yielded three winners. Here’s our photos from the event.
Photos from the Alumni Association’s first Forever Buffs Night at the Center for Community (C4C)
The Directors Club of the CU-Boulder Alumni Association had their winter meeting Jan. 29, 2011
Governor John Hickenlooper made a surprise visit to the participants at CU Advocacy Day on Jan. 28. Nearly 200 people joined with CU President Bruce Benson, regents and legislators to talk about CU, the state budget and the future of higher education in Colorado.
The CU Program Council donated its archives to the CU Heritage Center and past Director Phil Lobel was there to celebrate the past and encourage current Program Council staff.
The Heritage Center’s Christmas tree on the third floor of Old Main. The Alumni Association would like to wish all CU alumni health and happiness throughout the holiday season and into the new year.
The lovely seasonal decorations at the Koenig Alumni Center are up.
Bill Harris (MPolSci’77) sent this photo in of CU alums at the battlefront in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.
Jon Embree’s first press conference at CU-Boulder’s Folsom Field, then a meet-and-greet at the Blake Street Tavern in Denver.