There’s so many different kinds of people at CU. It’s really cool to be a campus with a merging of a whole bunch of different people.
What kind of Buff are you?
At CU-Boulder, we take great pride in being the Buffs—but there’s more to it than you might realize. The following pages will help you get involved on campus, learn how to handle yourself as a college student, represent your peers and your university well, and make the most of your Buff experience. CU-Boulder Buffaloes . . .
Ever wonder where the least expensive place is to study abroad? Or what the CU student government really does? Or where the quiet study spots are on campus? If you find yourself asking questions like these, the Resolving Door website holds the answers.
As part of the Division of Student Affairs, Housing & Dining Services is committed to providing an engaging and inclusive on-campus living and learning environment for undergraduate (first year and beyond) and graduate students.
The promise of spring break is what gets us college students through the mountain of assignments, meetings, projects and exams. Now is the time to start thinking about ways to make your spring break a genuine break. Whether you’re working, traveling, volunteering, catching up on school assignments, or relaxing here in Boulder, now is a great opportunity to plan what you’ll do to make sure this break is just that, a break.
It’s that time of year again: Norlin Library is getting more visitors than usual, and Laughing Goat baristas are filling the bean hoppers twice as fast; finals season is in full effect. Spring semester is wrapping up, and CU-Boulder students are starting to feel anxious as they prepare for a week of stress and exams. To help ease into finals week, fellow Buffs have offered the following tips.
You can play a vital part in helping to ensure the Boulder campus is a safe place to live and work.
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Developed at CU-Boulder, new mobile social network lets users view Facebook profiles on their iPhone or iPod Touch
You know how it is. You see someone interesting in class or a coffee shop or walking across campus and wonder, “Who’s that?”—but you’re reluctant to talk to someone you don’t know. It wouldn’t be so intimidating to strike up a conversation if you knew something about the person. The hoozat web application makes it easy to meet people and make friends.
Because that’s why we came to college, right? With midterms fully underway and finals lingering in the distance, there’s one thing we all need to be doing, and that is studying. Where we choose to study—the atmosphere, seating arrangement, noise level, location, food or drink readily available—these aspects and so many more all matter when we choose where to settle and crack open the books. After a few years of experience, here’s some upperclassmen advice about some of the best places to study.