Joe Klecker headshot.

Q&A with CU Runner and Olympian Joe Klecker

July 15, 2021

Joe Klecker (Biochem'20) reflects on his favorite Boulder trail, where he finds motivation.

Jake Riley runs as the sun sets.

No More Next Times: Q&A with Olympic Marathoner Jake Riley

July 14, 2021

Alum Jake Riley reflects on his earliest wins, the importance of balance and the motivation of self-improvement.

Kara Goucher runs in a race.

From Running to Reporting: Q&A with Kara Goucher

July 14, 2021

Kara Goucher (Psych'01) discusses her favorite Boulder trail, how her racing career informs her reporting and the importance of believing in one’s own abilities.

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50 Years on Campus: Linda Frueh Wellmann Reflects on Half a Century at CU

July 13, 2021

After 50 years working at CU, Linda Wellmann reflects on campus developments, sitting through sit-ins, and the positives and negatives of remote work.

CU's campus stands out against the front range, Rocky mountains, and clear blue sky.

CU's Campus from Afar

June 29, 2021

This landscape photo captures the view of campus from miles away at an overlook in Longmont.

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10 Things to Know About Chip the Buffalo, CU’s Mascot

June 15, 2021

CU’s buffalo character mascot, dances, jokes and even brings along his family members to join the fun. Here are 10 fun facts about Chip the Buffalo, the life of every CU campus party.

A digital illustration of the Flatirons against an orange sky.

Photo of the Week: Flatirons Digital Art

May 26, 2021

Alumni artwork depicts the sunset over the Flatirons.

Sunlight peeks through the trees surrounding Macky Auditorium

Photo of the Week: Macky Auditorium

May 12, 2021

Macky Auditorium Concert Hall is a CU landmark that provides space for various cultural and artistic events.

Grace Dearnley

Coloradan editorial assistant reflects on writing, reading and the value of hard work

April 30, 2021

Grace Dearnley (Engl'21) joined the Coloradan staff in 2020. What's next? Following her passions, catching up on her non-school reading list and aiming for a PhD. What inspired you to come to ENGL/CU/A&S? I chose CU for the mountains. I wanted to be somewhere I could hike and snowboard with...

CU Boulder professor Dimitri Nakassis teaches a socially distanced class in the Hale Science Building. 

Photo of the Week: Last Week of Classes

April 27, 2021

This week, students are nearing the ends of their syllabi and gearing up for finals as the last day of classes approaches on April 29.