In this Issue
A female bear and two cubs visited the University Hill neighborhood on Tuesday and spent the day in a tree, before leaving some time Tuesday night.
Students attending the first home football game Saturday against Central Arkansas at 6 p.m. are encouraged to arrive at Folsom Field early to enjoy all the gameday festivities.
Stadium gates open at 4:30 p.m., and student seating is first-come, first-served, so fans who want to be in the first few rows should arrive early.
There’s a reason you often hear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. According to Jane Reagan, a Registered Dietitian at Wardenburg Health Center, “Having a breakfast that includes ample protein, whole grains, and fruits or vegetables is a healthy way to increase your brain power and all-day energy.” Find out more benefits of eating breakfast in September’s issue of Student Health 101 e-magazine.
Faculty at the University of Colorado attracted research awards totaling $774,079,158 during the 2012-13 fiscal year, based on preliminary figures.
That investment in CU maintains the university’s place as one of the top research institutions in the country, the total ranking as fourth-highest in CU history. The amount slipped 5.6 percent from the previous year, reflecting an increasingly competitive arena shaped in part by tightening federal budgets.