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A new CU-Boulder study shows the Arctic may be the warmest it's been in 120,000 years. Professor Gifford Miller and his team used dead mosses on the edges of receding ice caps as clocks to date warming periods on Baffin Island.

Sky gazers at CU-Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium are getting better, clearer and deeper views. And not just of astronomy anymore.

When Fiske Planetarium reopens Oct. 12 after months of renovations, visitors will be able to experience a powerful star plus video system paired with a high-definition screen capable of achieving nearly eight times more resolution than the standard HD television, completely surrounding the audience with a 360-degree view.

Campus is open and classes resumed as of Monday morning, September 16.

CU Buff football players and coaches and members of the CU women's lacrosse team served up lunch and greeted residents of graduate and family housing that were evacuated due to flooding earlier in the week.

A satellite designed and built by CU-Boulder undergraduates is slated to launch into Earth orbit Sept. 15.

Sixty Buff Bikes are ready for students and employees to check out free of charge. The bikes are single speed cruiser bikes with coaster brakes perfect for riding around campus, riding to lunch or attending an off-campus work meeting. Buff Bikes are available for rent during regular bike station hours.

This summer, five undergraduate researchers joined two CU-Boulder biologists to survey bumblebee populations in Boulder County. The team routinely visited nine sites: three in prairies at low elevation, three mid-elevation mountain meadows, and three high-elevation locations.

Images from Move-in 2013 on the CU-Boulder campus.

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