Aerospace Building

Up, Up and Away

Oct. 1, 2019

The Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences includes a bioastronautics lab, a payload operations center with a real-time communications link to the International Space Station and an indoor drone testing space.

Campus Winter Scene

Campus Photo of the Week

A breathtaking view of the Flatirons from the balcony of the Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE) building, located in the heart of CU Boulder’s Main Campus.

Case building CU Boulder

CU Around — CASE Building

Dec. 1, 2018

Sweeping Flatirons views and a large bronze buffalo sculpture rank among the many charms of CU Boulder’s newest central campus building.

Armory Building at CU

Then and Now: Armory Building

The Armory building was the original site of the Colorado National Guard.

Modern day Woodruff

Then and Now: Gates Woodruff Women's Studies Cottage

When the cottage was first built, it provided dining facilities for 100, sleeping rooms for 12, a bath and an office for the house chaperone.

Interior shot of CU's Macky Auditorium

Then and Now: Macky Auditorium

CU's Macky Auditorium has had some impressive names step onto its stage, including Eleanor Roosevelt and the Dalai Lama.

Then and Now: Geography Building

Then and Now: Guggenheim Geography

The Guggenheim Geography building served as the Law School until 1958 and was the first privately-funded building on campus.

Old Library

Then and Now: University Theatre

Did you know the University Theatre originally housed the Buckingham Library? When it opened in 1904, the library had 30,000 books.

Hale Sunset

Then and Now: Hale Science Building

Hale was the first science building on campus and at one point housed all the sciences, a small museum and the School of Law. The building was named after the second university president, Horace Hale.

Updated photo of Koenig

Then and Now: Koenig Alumni Center

Once upon a time, the Koenig Alumni Center was the President's House.

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