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About 6,400 students completed the task of moving into their residence hall rooms last week. Welcome to CU!

Fellow students give tips on acing the Buff Bus, which connects students who live in Williams Village/Bear Creek with main campus.
CU-Boulder students give pointers on how to get along with roommates.

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.

A minor in possession offense can lead to more than just a "bad night." For more information on student conduct visit http://www.colorado.edu/studentaffairs/studentconduct/code.html.

If you’re a planetarium junkie in the Boulder area, your experience is about to get a major upgrade. The astrophysical and planetary sciences department, home to Fiske Planetarium, announced the launch of a complete upgrade to the projection and other presentation systems that power the planetari

Students will be at the controls, under the direction of engineers, to better identify and monitor asteroids that could cause devastation to Earth as CU-Boulder's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics embarks on the Sentinel Mission.

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

CU-Boulder Professor Emeritus Al Bartlett shares themes from his notorious cautionary lecture about the arithmetic of population growth. The video is part of a series that can be viewed at LearnMoreAboutClimate.colorado.edu.  

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