Campus turf whisperer invents lawn care system backed by CU-Boulder

Not only has staff member Ryan Heiland invented an environmentally-friendly system to keep campus lawns healthy, but he's delving into the science behind his innovation and potential commercialization with CU-Boulder's help. 

CU-Boulder’s new and renovated residence halls showcase new academic program, sustainability

CU-Boulder’s newest residence hall, Kittredge Central, is welcoming students this week for the first time, 53 of whom are engineering students and will be immersed in Spanish through the building’s new Residential Academic Program, or RAP. Also, the nearby Kittredge West residence hall is reopening this week after renovations. Both buildings comprise a number of “green” features to improve water and energy efficiency and to reduce the campus’s carbon footprint.

If these old trees could speak

There are only two living witnesses to the earliest days of the university’s history, and our great loss is they cannot speak.

They arrived on campus in 1879, three years after the university opened its doors to 44 students and a year after Mary Rippon, CU’s first female professor, arrived. Old Main housed the classrooms, library, janitor, President Joseph Sewall and his family.

Colorado Shakespeare Festival brings the Bard to Boulder

The works of William Shakespeare have been watched, studied — and loved — for literally centuries.

And let’s be honest: Whether they were introduced to the Bard’s work by a dry-as-dust teacher in high school, or just don’t see the plays’ relevance in the fast-moving 21st-century, there are those who aren’t quite sure about Shakespeare.

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