Group of skydivers fall from the sky holding hands

Free Falling in Style

In videos, the 2015 world-record vertical skydive, executed above Chicago, seems effortless.

Students hang out with goats as they do yoga

Goat Yoga at CU

It was springtime, and CU students were showing off their downwardfacing dogs for a group of four-legged friends.

A photograph of CU's commencement speaker

Our (CU) Universe is Expanding

Population of CU Boulder Alumni approaches milestone.

Sculpture

Gallery: Can You Identify These CU Sculptures?

Well over two-dozen major outdoor sculptures populate the CU Boulder campus.

Newspaper layout

Column: What Happened to the Colorado Daily?

Paul Danish details the history of the Colorado Daily, which for 61 years was CU's official student newspaper. It is now published by the Boulder Daily Camera.

Photograph of the Green River

The Future of Water in the West

The Southwest is drying. During a 730-mile rafting trip down the Colorado River's main tributary, Heather Hansman saw water scarcity up close.

Andrew Hudson

Andrew Hudson Wants to Help you Land a Job

A Q&A with Andrew Hudson — Buff, jazz musician, career expert and founder of Andrew Hudson's Jobs List.

Members of the CU Hiking Club jump for joy

CU's Hiking Club is Celebrating its 100th Birthday

When the club started in 1919, it was comprised of 23 women and 12 men. It now has more than 700 members.

Bigfoot

Searching for Bigfoot

Former CU Boulder journalism fellow Laura Krantz explores all things Bigfoot in Wild Thing, named one of 2018's Best Podcasts by the Atlantic.

Carr Watch

Then — 1946

The Japanese American Citizens League honored Colorado Governor Ralph Carr with a gold watch for his stand against the internment of Japanese-Americans in domestic prison camps following the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. It now lives in CU's Heritage Center.

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