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My Favorite Olympic Events

Monday, February 17, 2014

Hi All!

Hope everything is going well! In the spirit of the Olympics, I wanted to give you all a rundown of my favorite winter Olympic sports. I have always loved watching the Olympics. Every other year, the most incredible and dedicated athletes from around the world lay it all on the line for their countries. During Olympic season, I also gain an enormous amount of energy and motivation to start working out and hopefully becoming good enough at a sport to make it to the Olympics. Anyways, here are my top 5 Olympic sports with some good justifications and some bad:

Philippe
Mathematics and Education • Boulder, CO

Eat, Study, Sleep, Repeat

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

 

Hello everyone! 

I am writing this post from the Weather Tech Cafe in the C4C! This is one of my favorite places to hang out on campus because it has a really great atmosphere and a convenient location – it is close to the residence halls, so I always see someone I know here!

Paige
Broadcast News and Political Science • Ventura, CA

Survivorman: Midterms

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Hi everyone!

Happy Winter Olympics! Go USA!

Nina
Linguistics; Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences • Centennial, CO

February Fiasco

Monday, February 10, 2014

Well, to say my weekend was anadventure would be an understatement! I spent a total of 22 hours in the car, 12 hours on skis, two hours on trampolines, and 14 hours asleep. 

Kylie
Psychology/Education • Centennial, CO

Morning Hikes

Monday, February 10, 2014

Hello all,

 

For those of you from around the country who may not have been paying as close of attention to the weather, for the past week Boulder has been freezing. For about 4 or 5 days in a row temperatures hovered in the single digits, and crossed into the negatives more than once. Now, for my warmer weather readers, don't fret. This type of weather pattern is abnormal and even through it all, we were still getting a remarkable amount of sunshine.

 

Griffin
Marketing • Boulder, CO

A Zero Degree Wintry Adventure

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Hi All!

It has been an exciting start to the semester so far! The Broncos reached the Super Bowl (only to be defeated handily by the Seahawks) and the snow has not been shy around Boulder. In addition, the club baseball season is about to start and I have been working in two local high school as per School of Education requirements. (High School is totally different after graduating) Anyways, I wanted to take the time to tell all of you about what my friends and I decided to do yesterday.

Philippe
Mathematics and Education • Boulder, CO

Life on Campus

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

 

 

Hello all! 

I would like to dedicate this blog to telling you about living on campus!

All freshman are required to live on campus their first year; however, after that, you may choose to find your own apartment or house, or stay on campus! Here at CU, we have 23 different residence halls to choose from when you submit your housing application, that is, after you have been accepted into the university.

We like to say that there are basically 3 different “neighborhoods” you may choose to live in.

Paige
Broadcast News and Political Science • Ventura, CA

Showing Off Boulder

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Hi there!

I cannot believe it is already February! Where did January go?? I hope everyone is staying warm out there.  Here in Boulder, it is a particularly cold week, with temperatures in the single digits and teens.  Luckily, I think we will have temperatures in the 50s next week, so we can all look forward to that!
 

Nina
Linguistics; Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences • Centennial, CO

Odd Jobs

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The past couple weeks have been full of job talk for me. This past weekend, I searched high and low for jobs to start after I graduate in May. I came to accept some facts that I already knew - that my career aspirations require me to either start from the bottom of the totem pole, or to have a Masters Degree. This isn't discouraging news by any means, just means that I have to start looking for some of those entry level jobs and get more experience before I work my way up! I submitted three different job applications this past weekend.

Kylie
Psychology/Education • Centennial, CO

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