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The spacecraft for a NASA mission to probe the climate history of Mars led by CU-Boulder slid seamlessly into orbit at about 8:24 p.m. MDT on Sunday, Sept. 21, the last major hurdle of the 10-month, 442-million-mile journey.

Associate Professor Erika Randall is passionate about sharing her joy of dance with her students. Here is a gallery of her in action. 

Five journalists have been named this year’s Ted Scripps Fellows by CU-Boulder's Center for Environmental Journalism.

University of Colorado Boulder aerospace engineering students are working with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory to create robotic rovers that can investigate some of the earth's hostile natural environments. See the rovers in action, and find out how CU-Boulder students are getting invaluable hands-on experience.

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.

On Friday, May 9, the University of Colorado Boulder honored candidates for 5,891 degrees at the annual campus spring commencement ceremony at Folsom Field.

Cool weather didn’t dampen graduate’s spirits as they celebrated this milestone in their academic careers.

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

Photos of some of the pieces and scale of the Mazal Holocaust Collection, one of the world's largest private Holocaust collections that has been donated to CU-Boulder. 

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