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Visiting parents and family on the UMC terrace in this Family Weekend file photo. (Photo/Casey A. Cass)
Family Weekend Volunteers Needed
Family Weekend takes place Oct. 21-22. Approximately 10 volunteers are needed Oct. 21 from noon to 1:30 p.m. to cover board member's positions during lunch at the registration tables, handing out raffle tickets and more. If you are interested in helping out, please contact Jennifer Hudson at 492-2283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Nov. 1, Colorado voters will be voting on TABOR reforms under Referendums C and D. State law prohibits University employees from using any public resources to urge electors to vote in favor of or against any ballot initiative.
Photography by Tad Pfeffer
Tad Pfeffer Photography on Display at Boulder Public Library
Geophysicist and photographer W.T. Pfeffer's photography is on display at the Boulder County Library Sept. 15 through Nov. 30. Pfeffer is a fellow of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research and an associate professor in the department of civil, environmental and architectural engineering. His photographic work began with photogrammetric and documentary studies as part of his glaciological research of modern glaciers in Alaska, Greenland, Canadian Arctic and Antarctica. He continues to work in glaciology and his photographic work now includes landscape and architectural photography.
New College of Music Web Site
Visit the new College of music web site. The colorful and easy to navigate site includes a Quick Find feature for searches and offers CU Sounds music clips.
Confused about Computing Policies at CU-Boulder?
Knowing CU-Boulder"s rules for computing can be compared to knowing the rules of the road. Following the rules can help keep your computer and its information safe and your campus IT journey free of traffic jams. As a member of the campus community, you have agreed not to illegally download copyrighted materials, abuse email privileges, use the network for commercial purposes and much, much more. Do you know CU-Boulder"s IT rules of the road?