In this Issue
The University of Colorado administration vows Jon Embree’s successor will find a renewed commitment to football when he steps on campus and continues the process of rebuilding the besieged Buffaloes program. Chancellor Phil DiStefano and Athletic Director Mike Bohn said at a Monday news conference that CU recognizes how high the bar has been raised with the Buffs joining the Pac-12 Conference – and the school’s hiring of a new coach will reflect that.
BY THE BOULDER STAFF COUNCIL AWARDS AND STAFF RECOGNITION COMMITTEE
In the early morning hours of Aug. 16, 2012, a three-inch copper fitting on the glycol line in the attic of the Regent Administrative Center broke, resulting in a breach of the building’s cooling system. The system continued to pump coolant until its entire contents were emptied onto the mechanical room floor directly above the office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration.
The wild and dramatic cascade of ice into the ocean from Alaska’s Columbia Glacier, an iconic glacier featured in the documentary “Chasing Ice” and one of the fastest moving glaciers in the world, will cease around 2020, according to a study by the University of Colorado Boulder.
Ever wondered who is living in your gut, and what they’re doing?