Kevin J. Krizek, professor of transport and the new director of CU-Boulder’s environmental design program, also serves as a visiting professor of cycling at Radboud University in the Netherlands, one of the world’s most bicycle-friendly societies.
In the summer of 1979 Robert Decker (Comm’84) studied under Ansel Adams in Yosemite National Park. The life-changing experience united his emerging love of photography with his awe of America’s wild places.
When the University of Colorado opened in 1876, it consisted of one building. Old Main, as it came to be called, held classrooms, the library and apartments for President Joseph A. Sewall, his family and the janitor.
In early July, a two-year-old black bear climbed a tree near the engineering complex, just east of Cockerell Hall, drawing delighted spectators, trained animal handlers and campus photographer Glenn Asakawa (Jour’86).
The University of Colorado Hiking Club was founded April 1, 1919, to foster “a greater interest in the vast natural beauty that surrounds the University and to furnish an opportunity for the fullest enjoyment of [it].”