Bill Devo holding Body & Soul book

Klauder's Champion

Famous architect Charles Z. Klauder designed 15 campus buildings. What would he say if he visited today? Retired campus architect Bill Deno has some theories.

Ellison's Ball

Ellison's Ball

On the third floor of Old Main, encased in glass in an exhibition hall chronicling CU Boulder’s distinguished history in space, there’s a football with “Colorado” pressed into the pigskin.

Extinction inscription

LOOK Inscriptions

At CU Boulder, wisdom blares across quads from building faces. We've called out eight notable inscriptions and artworks from around campus.

Boulder Food Rescue cart full of food

Food for Thought

CU Alum Hayden Dansky is the executive director and co-founder of Boulder Food Rescue— the first in a series of affiliated food rescue organizations that have sprouted in cities around the country. To date, the nonprofit has delivered more than 2.4 million pounds of soon-to-be wasted food — primarily fruits and vegetables — directly to people's doorsteps.

rafting

Forever (Young) Buffs

Sept. 1, 2018

Flat tires won’t keep CU Boulder’s youngest alumni from a good time

THEN

Then — July 29, 1978

Sept. 1, 2018

Folsom Field hosts the Eagles. The band opened the show with “Hotel California” and concluded with a four-song encore.

schoolbus

What Happened to the Teachers?

Sept. 1, 2018

Colorado's teacher shortage persists. Can CU Boulder help?

two red apples, one cut in half

The Oldest Apples in Boulder

Sept. 1, 2018

CU ecologists are tracking down the surviving trees of the Front Range’s all but vanished apple orchards — and priming a renewal.

KGNU radio

Origins: KGNU Radio

June 1, 2018

Boulder’s first nonprofit community FM station, 88.5 KGNU, began broadcasting in 1978.

Bruce on Ice

Chasing Ice

June 1, 2018

Bruce Bartleson, 83, and his wife Deirdre, seek out untouched ice for “wild” ice skating.

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