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This autumn, for the first time ever, all three versions of William Hogarth's “Rake’s Progress” (the original artwork, Stravinsky's opera and prints by David Hockney) will be on full display at the University of Colorado Boulder, thanks to a special collaboration among the CU-Boulder's 

Dozens of activities await new students each school year at the University of Colorado Boulder, including a convocation ceremony and a “Global Jam” international food and music fest.

Since 1948, about 80 student-athletes and alumni have competed in several Olympic Games, representing the excellence of CU on the international stage. 

The University of Colorado Boulder’s volleyball and basketball practice facility is rated LEED platinum -- the highest designation -- from the United States Green Building Council. The 43,000-square-foot building, adjacent to the Coors Events Center, opened in August of 2011 and houses two NCAA r

Photos from the 2012 Spring Commencement at the University of Colorado Boulder's Folsom Field.   Images appear in chronological order starting with the gathering for the procession at the Norlin Quad.  Photographs by Glenn Asakawa and Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado. 

A photo gallery featuring images from the 2011 Fall Engineering Design Expo.  Photos by Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado.

A photo gallery of images from President Barack Obama's historic visit to the University of Colorado Boulder.  It's the first time that a sitting President has come to the CU-Boulder campus.

A photo gallery of the Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology building featuring images from the groundbreaking to the finished interior.

Spring has sprung on the CU-Boulder campus, drawing students outdoors and blossoming flowers on trees and shrubs.  An unusually warm winter has made for an early greening to quad areas providing a great backdrop for studying, rest and play.

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