Researchers and Pueblo musicians for CU project

The Music of Pueblo

June 6, 2022

CU’s American Music Research Center is studying Pueblo’s abundant musical histories.

The Waughs during their first Peace Corps service trip to Seychelles in 1986.

Commitment to Service

May 24, 2022

CU Boulder alumni among first Peace Corps volunteers to return overseas.

Max Ernst Riedlsperger and his grandson

A Family Affair 

April 27, 2022

Max Riedlsperger and two of his grandchildren will celebrate graduation together this spring.

Drone-view of Folsom Field

Photo of the Week: Spring Showcase at Folsom Field

April 26, 2022

On April 23, CU football’s spring showcase took place in Folsom Field, giving fans a first look at the upcoming fall season.

Frank Webb in Vietnam

Vietnam War Veteran Returns 50 Years Later for Commencement He Missed

April 22, 2022

Frank Webb earned his degree in 1968.

Coloradan List of 10

Top 10 Unique Fall 2022 Courses

April 16, 2022

As CU Boulder students complete their course selections for the upcoming fall semester, here are a few interesting classes offered:

Cloudy skies over CU Boulder's classic Italianate architecture.

Photo of the Week: CU Boulder Architecture

April 5, 2022

In early spring, beautiful clouds line the bright blue sky over campus. Surrounded by the Flatirons, these campus buildings embody a romantic Italianate style with red tile roofing, a style popular in the Mediterranean. Sandstone for the building walls is gathered locally from Front Range quarries. Photo by Jacob McKinney

A photograph of Pekoe on campus.

Top 10 Places to Eat Around CU Boulder

March 19, 2022

If you're looking for somewhere to eat around campus, be sure to check out these ten outstanding options.

A vibrant orange and yellow sunset over the snow covered CU Boulder campus.

Photo of the Week: Boulder Sunset

March 4, 2022

A beautiful Boulder sunset over the snow-covered campus.

Schaffer and Schmidt holding CU flag

Buffs Rescue Man From Nevada Mountains

Nov. 11, 2021

On Oct. 21 the Search and Rescue Team at the Naval Air Station (NAS) Fallon in Nevada received a call that a geologist conducting field studies in the nearby mountains fell and dislocated his knee. He was stuck on the steep terrain.