Pluto

Chasing New Horizons

Alan Stern (PhD Astro’89) led NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto. It was quite the journey.

CU dog

Campus Photo of the Week

July brings us the dog days of summer, CU style!

Hale Sunset

Then and Now: Hale Science Building

Hale was the first science building on campus and at one point housed all the sciences, a small museum and the School of Law. The building was named after the second university president, Horace Hale.

Updated photo of Koenig

Then and Now: Koenig Alumni Center

Once upon a time, the Koenig Alumni Center was the President's House.

list of 10

10 Buffs Living Abroad

Where in the world have you lived?

Sculpture and flowers

Campus Photo of the Week

Beautiful campus blooms are a CU Boulder summer highlight.

Tree in bloom on campus

CU's Campus Tree Tour

When the University of Colorado Boulder first opened in 1876, campus was nearly treeless. Today, campus is home to approximately 5,000 trees and nearly 60 different species.

CU Pool

Campus Photo of the Week

Student's enjoy CU's Outdoor Pool, which opened for the summer on May 1. Visit https://www.colorado.edu/recreation/ for the rec center's full summer scedule, including special events, trainings and excercise classes.

Sailor

Buff Love from the North Pole

“If all goes well, I’ll be sending Buff love just shy of the North Pole this August!” writes Neil Almy, who is on a year-long sailing expedition with the goal of sailing farther north than any other vessel in history, through the Northwest Passage to the very edge of the Polar Ice Cap.

Woodbury

Then and Now: Woodbury Arts and Sciences Building

Woodbury served as a temporary hospital during the 1918 influenza epidemic before being converted to the business school in the 1920s.

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