Christie Sounart

Editor's Note Fall 2020

Nov. 10, 2020

When global events happen, CU Boulder often gets involved. The university’s breadth of research and experts makes it an information hub for the world.

Tesla Charging station

Tesla Town

Nov. 10, 2020

In Boulder County, there are more than 1,580 Tesla cars registered. The number keeps growing, and many CU Boulder alumni are among the proud owners of the famed electric cars.

Chancellor DiStefano

Meeting the Challenges

June 1, 2020

Chancellor DiStefano discusses COVID-19 and the road ahead.

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.

Christie Sounart

Editor's Note

June 1, 2020

My first Zoom meeting from home did not go well in the early days of COVID-19. I was afraid to turn on my camera and let people see the disarray of my Monday morning — my son screaming from his highchair for more banana, the worry on my face, the...

Christie Sounart

Editor's Note

Feb. 1, 2020

Do you remember your first CU Boulder snowfall?

Simon Guggenheim

How We Got Guggenheim Hall

Feb. 1, 2020

Most of the buildings on CU’s old quad are named for past CU presidents, faculty, deans and regents. Then there’s Guggenheim.

Phil DiStefano

Tomorrow's Leaders

Feb. 1, 2020

Chancellor DiStefano discusses the university's focus on leadership.

Sewall Hall

Sewall of Sewall Hall

Oct. 1, 2019

On Sept. 5, 1877, the day CU opened, Joseph Sewall was on the steps of Old Main to shake every hand.

phil distefano

Q&A with the Chancellor — Winter 2018

Feb. 1, 2019

Chancellor DiStefano discusses his life as a first-generation college student.

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