Boulder campus pond

I Knew I Was #BoulderBound When

March 29, 2016

I knew I was BoulderBound after I took a second campus tour. Yes, the second time around was the charm. The second tour got me very excited to explore such a beautiful, huge (but consolidated) campus. The first tour I took was during my junior year of high school, during... Read more »
CU-Boulder graduation

Three Phases of Senior Year

March 28, 2016

I think there are three phases of senior year. The first is being really excited to be done with school. The second is panicking about being done with school. And the third (I hope) is being ready to be done with school. I am currently in the second phase, preparing... Read more »
Gourmet sandwich

Food Life: Boulder's Best Foodie Apps

March 25, 2016

If there is one thing that I love more than anything else, it is food. Eating is my hobby. Unfortunately, one pretty defining aspect of me right now is that I am a broke college student. Fellow broke foodies rejoice, though, because there is hope. You can still eat well... Read more »
Michael Twitty poster

Eventful in Boulder

March 23, 2016

CU-Boulder is not a place where you can be bored: no matter how involved you are, there are events happening practically every day here. I have gone to so many different things from watching Jane Goodall speak to going to the South Asian Students Association Show to free fitness classes... Read more »
CU-Boulder students volunteering

APO—Community Service Fraternity at CU-Boulder

March 22, 2016

There are more college students interested in serving people than you think! If you love community service, or are looking for a place to get your mandatory community service hours completed, look no further!! The Alpha Pi Omega fraternity is dedicated to serving the community, and has great team bonding... Read more »

Day Trip 101: Nederland and Estes Park

March 21, 2016

You wake up on a Saturday morning. You start running through all the things you could do today, but you soon realize that you’ve exhausted Boulder of all if has to offer (extremely hard to do). What do you do? There’s no way you can stay inside all day, the... Read more »
Students sitting in class

Best Courses That I Have Taken at CU-Boulder

March 18, 2016

Throughout college, I have gotten to take a diverse set of courses while being an economics major. The school has required courses that may seem unnecessary at first, but will probably be really enjoyable for you if you choose classes you would like. These are some of the best courses... Read more »
Leeds School of Business

I Knew I Was #BoulderBound When...

March 16, 2016

I knew I was BoulderBound when I took my second tour of the university. It’s not that I wasn’t impressed when I came to CU's campus for the first time, but I was pretty overwhelmed by the idea of college in general, making it hard for me to be excited... Read more »
Students hiking the Flatirons

How Do Buffs Spend Their Spring Break?

March 15, 2016

Daytona Beach? Cancun? Beach parties? These are the general ideas we associate with "college spring break"—but is it an accurate description of what the CU freshman class is doing? If I’m honest, I can’t speak on behalf of all 6000 freshmen, I’m sure that some of them will go to... Read more »

“The Ides of March” & Roman Society

March 14, 2016

Welcome to March! The best month of all. Because it’s my birthday month (obviously)!! Have you ever heard the famous saying for the middle of March—“Beware the Ides of March”—and wondered where it came from? Wonder no more because I was born in the middle of March, and I am... Read more »