a line of protesters at a Black Lives Matter protest

Boulder Is the Happiest City in the U.S. … For Some

July 11, 2022

Filmmakers Katrina Miller, Beret Strong and John Tweedy created a new documentary that’s inspiring important conversations about race and inclusion.

Kevin Martin

The Fashion Industry, Unspun by CU Alum

July 11, 2022

Kevin Martin hopes to transform the waste-heavy manufacturing process of the fashion industry, starting with made-to-order pants.

backpackers on a mountain

Life at 22,000 Feet

July 11, 2022

In December 2021, a trio of CU scientists sought to discover how life persists on Argentina and Chile’s Ojos del Salado, the world’s highest volcano and home to some of the planet’s driest areas.

CU women's lacrosse team in a huddle

CU Spring Sports Recap

July 11, 2022

CU Lacrosse updates and other CU sports news

Cyclists in the Buffalo Bicycle Classic

20 Years of the Buffalo Bicycle Classic

July 11, 2022

How Colorado’s largest fundraising bike ride for scholarships started.

three young people standing in ankle-deep water

Class Action: Fighting Climate Change Through Girls’ Education

July 11, 2022

Human activity is gradually increasing Earth’s temperature and causing more frequent natural disasters.

stuffed animals

Robot Stuffies, Hypersonic Flight and Dinosaurs

July 11, 2022

News briefs from CU Boulder

Three buffaloes captured by Gesing

Capturing the Land of Hopes and Dreams

July 11, 2022

After spending several years traveling America as a reporter, Lars Gesing turned to photography to spend more time exploring his new home country.

Selfie with Ralphie the buffalo and her handler

What’s in the Ralphie Manager’s iPhone?

July 11, 2022

Taylor Stratton is program manager for the Ralphie Live Mascot Program.

CU Boulder marching band at Homecoming

Homecoming 2022

July 11, 2022

Plan a trip this fall to come back to campus for Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 27–29, and relive some of your favorite CU memories.

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