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Planning to bring a bike to campus? CU-Boulder's Bike Stations offer numerous ways to help keep campus cyclists in the saddle and enjoying CU and Boulder's great bicycling environment.

Running with Ralphie is a short film by CU Video senior Connor Cassidy. This is a short portrait featuring the men and women behind the Ralphie program.

Direction and Edit: Connor Cassidy
Produced by CU_Video
Sound and Music: Grayson Simon and Chris Taylor

 

CU-Boulder today is releasing an external review report of the philosophy department. In this video, Chancellor DiStefano talks about the report, as well as the announcement of Andy Cowell as the new chair of the department.

What's up with the Rec. Center? The student-initiated expansion of the CU-Boulder Student Recreation Center re-opened on Jan. 10. Check out this brief video that highlights some of the new features.

CU-Boulder Leeds School of Business economist Richard Wobbekind gives an overview of Colorado's economy in 2013 and what's ahead for 2014.

CU-Boulder's Native American Sustainable Housing Initative (NASHI) -- part of the environmental design program -- is featured by South Dakota public television in an episode looking at substandard housing on re

Watch the launch on Nov. 18, 2013, as CU-Boulder's MAVEN mission to mars blasts off to study the red planet. Find out what we'll learn about the Martian atmosphere.

Bruce Jakosky, CU-Boulder professor of geologic sciences and principal investigator for the MAVEN mission, explains the Mars spacecraft's mission. The launch date for the craft is set for Nov. 18, 2013 at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

When NASA's MAVEN spacecraft powers up on the launch pad for its journey to Mars in mid-November, one University of Colorado Boulder student will be especially pleased to see the spacecraft disappear into the heavens over Cape Canaveral, Fla.

CU-Boulder aerospace students launch their own model rockets during E-Days festivities.

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