stuffed animals

Robot Stuffies, Hypersonic Flight and Dinosaurs

July 11, 2022

News briefs from CU Boulder

Megan Patterson teaching children at her preschool

Megan Patterson’s Outdoor Preschool Blends Nature and Education

Nov. 5, 2021

Worldmind in Denver is Colorado’s first licensed outdoor preschool.

tent in city covered with political posters

How Should We Define Camping?

Nov. 5, 2021

Environmental and cultural historian Phoebe Young has spent the past 20 years delving into two questions: What does it mean to camp, and why does it matter?

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Camping Grounds: Public Nature in American Life from the Civil War to the Occupy Movement

July 20, 2021

Camping Grounds rediscovers unexpected and interwoven histories of sleeping outside.

Practice Bandaging

10 Things You Can Learn at The Rec

Oct. 21, 2019

Need a new hobby?

Members of the CU Hiking Club jump for joy

CU's Hiking Club is Celebrating its 100th Birthday

When the club started in 1919, it was comprised of 23 women and 12 men. It now has more than 700 members.

doorways of cu boulder

Doorways of CU Boulder

Dec. 1, 2017

There are more than 360 buildings at CU Boulder and thousands of doorways. Have you strolled through some of these?

Trevor Thomas and his guide dog Tennille


Dec. 1, 2015

At age 36, Trevor Thomas lost his sight. Then he became a professional hiker.

Chris Davenport, Christy and Ted Mahon summiting Jagged Mountain

Now – May 27, 2015

Sept. 1, 2015

Chris Davenport (Hist’93) and Aspen ski mountaineers Christy and Ted Mahon made history this spring by summiting Colorado’s 13,824-foot Jagged Mountain and skiing down.

Brown's Canyon

Monument Man

June 1, 2015

In February President Obama declared Colorado’s Browns Canyon a national monument. For Bill Dvorak, it was a long time coming.