Coloradan List of 10

10 Recent CU Politicians

Oct. 23, 2020

With the 2020 election nearing, here is a look at CU's 10 most recent politicians, ranging from the Colorado House of Representatives to governors' mansions.

CU players scrimmage in full pads

Photo of the Week: Full Pads

Oct. 14, 2020

It's halfway through the fall semester, and the Buffs had their first full pads practice Oct. 12.

Forever Buffs Jenny Simpson and Joe Klecker

Alumni News Briefs Fall 2020

Oct. 9, 2020

The Buffs Together campaign helped students, faculty and staff in financial need.

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The Truth about Fake News

Those on the ideological fringes spread most of it, but in the end it hurts us all.

Edna Ma and family

Embracing the Challenge

Sept. 16, 2020

Edna Ma has worked in the Los Angeles area as a private practice anesthesiologist since 2007. The mother of two children also is author of two bilingual children’s books featuring English, Mandarin and pinyin.

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The Upside of Yard Signs

Sept. 7, 2020

New research suggests these simple, century-old campaign tools matter — often in a good way.

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10 Coronavirus Campus Safety Measures

Sept. 4, 2020

With the semester underway and students back on campus, here are some of the protections CU Boulder is implementing for faculty, staff and students: Before the first day of class in August, everyone took a required online course about COVID-19 safety. Each day before coming to campus, students, faculty and...

Sepp Kuss for Team Jumbo Visma

Winning Legs

Sepp Kuss grew up riding his bike through the mountains of Durango. This year, he is competing in the Tour de France.

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Photo of the Week: COVID-Ready Campus

Aug. 28, 2020

After spending the summer updating campus for the pandemic, CU Boulder officially welcomed students for the fall semester Aug. 24.

CU Twins in Folsom Field

CU Loses a Legend

Aug. 5, 2020

Betty Fitzgerald Hoover, one of the famous “CU Twins,” died at 95 years old Aug. 5, 2020.

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