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On behalf of the entire CU-Boulder community, we send our best to you and yours this holiday season.

Best wishes,
Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano
Yvonne DiStefano

Journalism graduate Audra Streetman reflects on her time at the University of Colorado Boulder and her plans for the future.

For many students, finals produce stress levels that are through the roof. Fortunately, CU-Boulder’s Counseling and Psychological Services, CAPS, offers a variety of programs to help students manage those feelings of anxiety.
Not just anyone can vividly trace a thread weaving through a zebra’s stripes, a partly crumbling brick wall, a Jackson Pollock painting, a Mozart piano sonata, Dr. Seuss’ “Fox in Socks,” Gwendolyn Brooks’ “We Real Cool,” and even a rap duet by Mos Def and Slick Rick. CU-Boulder’s Adam Bradley can, and the students along for his literary road trip seem to relish the ride. That’s the point.

With the fiscal cliff looming and the apparent inability of Congress to agree on a budget the past several years, many see Congress as an institution consumed by partisan bickering and gridlock.

If you've ever thought about climbing the third Flatiron, or canoeing the Colorado River, then make it happen.

Dec. 3, 2012

Positive, broad-based job growth
forecast for Colorado in 2013,
says CU Leeds School of Business

CU-Boulder business student Ben Buie talks about the Graduate Entrepreneurs Association (GEA), a group of like-minded students affiliated with both the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship and the local business community.

The so called "fiscal cliff," a $600 billion tax increase scheduled to take effect along with mandatory spending cuts at the start of the new year, could be one of the most important economic events for any president in the last 70 years.

Jay Kaplan, an economist at CU-Boulder, analyzes tax plans proposed by Pres. Obama and Gov. Romney.

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