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.

commencement

Campus Photo of the Week

May 14, 2018

CU's Spring Commencement, May 10, 2018.

Folsom  Field

Then and Now: Folsom Field

The stadium, originally called Colorado Stadium, was renamed Folsom Field after legendary CU football coach and law professor Frederick Folsom in 1944.

Kyle Redfield

Q&A with Kyle Redfield, CEO of KonaRed

April 18, 2018

As CEO of cold-brew coffee company KonaRed, Kyle Redfield (Econ’06) keeps one thing in mind: Sustainability. Annually, the Kona, Hawaii-based company reduces 40 million tons of waste by using the often-discarded coffee fruit, the fruit surrounding the coffee bean, in its products.

Jasan Minhaj

Campus Photo of the Week

On April 19, Hasan Minhaj — comedian, actor, writer and The Daily Show senior correspondent — spoke to a packed and eager crowd in CU Boulder’s Macky Auditorium. The event was hosted by the student-run Cultural Events Board, which also brought U.S. Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman to campus the week earlier.

Temporary Building No. 1

Then and Now: Temporary Building No. 1

Once Upon a Time: Temporary Building No. 1 was originally designed as a teaching hospital for CU’s medical school and also served as an infirmary. During the 1918 Influenza epidemic, hospital staff provided care to the campus community and citizens of Boulder County.

Library Shot

Campus Photo of the Week

April 9, 2018

With the end of the semester right around the corner, Norlin Library at CU is as busy as ever.

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