Painting at the Denver Art Museum

The Denver Art Museum

April 15, 2016

Nothing to do on a Saturday? Why not head down to Denver to go to the art museum? The Denver Art Museum is one of the largest museums in the West. It’s been around forever, and a really great place to go if you like that kind of thing. I... Read more »
Students on campus outside of Norlin library

Just Say Hello

April 13, 2016

Dear CU-Boulder Class of 2020, Scenario: It’s lunchtime. You’re sitting at a table by yourself enjoying your kale salad—when you look over and there’s a group of three laughing and telling jokes. You think they seem really cool, but are too shy to go talk. Hypothesis: Whether it’s to do... Read more »
Cassandra on campus

I Knew I Was #BoulderBound...

April 12, 2016

During my freshman year of college. Even though I love Colorado and I grew up here, I initially decided to go to college across the country. I really wasn’t expecting the culture shock of moving so far away. The east coast is a very different place for many reasons. The... Read more »
Makers Collective Logo

The Makers Collective Club at CU Boulder

April 11, 2016

Calling all creators, tinkers, designers, and makers—Have you heard of the Makers Collective Club at CU-Boulder? This after-school club is a great way to get your creative energy out, as well as get to know some of the coolest people from different parts of campus, with large ambitions for the... Read more »
Soccer field

The Manchester Derby

April 8, 2016

Whether it’s CU versus CSU, the Philadelphia Eagles versus the Dallas Cowboys, or Real Madrid versus Barcelona, the rivalries within the realm of sports help to ignite fire in a fan’s heart, and only deepen their love for their team and the game, even if they end up losing. However,... Read more »
Lia and her friends during their freshman year

And Then There Was One…

April 6, 2016

…one month that is. It is completely insane but somehow I have come to the end of my undergraduate college experience. I know that everyone says that college is over in a blink of an eye, but it’s hard to actually conceptualize that when you are a freshman at orientation... Read more »
CU Boulder Greek Week dance event

Songfest, the Grand Finale of Greek Week

April 5, 2016

As you read this, sorority and fraternity members are likely practicing their dance steps, flips, and tricks, gearing up for the ultimate dance battle, the end of Greek Week, happening this year in the Coors Event Center on April 14th, 2016. Each year, Greek Week unites all of the Greek... Read more »
Cassandra hiking with friends

Boulder Bucket List

April 4, 2016

I am graduating in less than two months which is both exciting and scary. The coolest part about my imminent departure is that I’m reflecting more on my experiences at CU-Boulder, and the things I should do before I leave. Here are some of the things on my CU-Boulder bucket... Read more »
Fiske planetarium

Liquid Sky

April 1, 2016

Did you know that CU-Boulder has a planetarium? Did you know that said planetarium does nightly laser shows and different events that are specially discounted for students? On a bit of a whim, I found myself at the Fiske planetarium a few weeks ago to see one of these laser... Read more »

The Coffee Breakdown

March 30, 2016

The other day, I was waiting in line at a coffee shop. It was almost my turn to order, but then the person in front of me said something that sent chills down my spine, “I’m not sure what the different types of drinks are, what do you suggest?” Now... Read more »