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10 Fun Facts about the Flatirons

June 19, 2020

It might not be hyperbole to call the Flatirons CU’s biggest recruiting tool. Here's 10 facts you might not know about Boulder's most famous landmark

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Photo of the Week: In Bloom

June 19, 2020

You don't need this year's solstice — Saturday, June 20 — to tell that summer has arrived in Boulder. With flowers blooming, the average temperature has been a warm 89 degrees over the past two weeks.

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On Record

June 15, 2020

by G. Brown (Jour'79) (Colorado Music Experience, 340 Pages; 2020) Buy the Book Colorado Music Experience founding director and author G. Brown covered popular music at the Denver Post for 26 years, interviewing well over 3,200 musicians, including Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger, and Kurt Cobain, all of whom...

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Coloradan Wins Grand Gold

June 10, 2020

For the first time, the Coloradan alumni magazine has won the grand gold prize in the 2020 CASE Circle of Excellence Awards.

 K.D. Nixon, Chris Miller, Laviska Shenault Jr. and Mckinley Wright IV protesting

Photo of the Week: Black Lives Matter

June 9, 2020

CU student athletes led a Buffs March on Friday, June 5, in support of Black Lives Matter and police reforms.

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Meeting the Challenges

June 1, 2020

Chancellor DiStefano discusses COVID-19 and the road ahead.

David Bolen finishing Men's 400 at 1948 Olympics

CU's First Olympian

June 1, 2020

CU has had over 85 Olympians. It all started with David Bolen.

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The Curious Cats of Madagascar

June 1, 2020

CU professor determines the path of non-native feline

SATC camp at CU Boulder during Spanish Flu

The 1918 Flu at CU

June 1, 2020

During the 1918 flu epidemic, the visiting Student Army Training Corps who lived in the Armory were dispersed into “barracks-like tents” so the building could be used as a hospital.

George Norlin fly fishing collection

Norlin the Fisherman

June 1, 2020

George Norlin is famous for many things around CU's campus, but you might not know just how much he loved to fish.

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