The Sharkive

The Sharkive

CU Boulder acquires a major trove of modern art.Read more
Avery Bang

The Bridge

Avery Bang knows a simple footbridge can change lives.Read more

Life After Death on the Internet

As our lives go digital, Jed Brubaker is studying what happens to all that data after we die.Read more
 Jordan Temkin

Drone Racer

Jordan Temkin is a $100,000 pro.Read more
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Research on the Road

CU Boulder scientists take a creative approach to studying cannabis.Read more
brad schell

@Last: How Google Came to Boulder

It’s hard to believe now, but there was a time when there was no Google in Boulder.Read more


Michelle Ellsworth

The Rehearsal Artist

In Michelle Ellsworth’s “The Rehearsal Artist,” the artist rotates inside an eight-foot-diameter wooden wheel.Read more
Beverly Kingston

Stop the Violence

Beverly Kingston directs CU Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV).Read more
supreme court

CU Boulder Law Professor Named to State Supreme Court

Melissa Hart joins other Colorado justices with Buff ties.Read more
Hill Riot

Riot of '71

It was the worst Hill riot ever.Read more

To Speak Arapaho

CU Boulder scholars are helping to rescue the Arapaho language from near extinction.Read more
soft robot

Campus News Briefs — Spring 2018

Read about Varsity Lake, John Grisham, a memory protein and soft robots.Read more

Life in Colorado's Freshwater

The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History is home to nearly 5 million objects and specimens.Read more
Earl Morris

Our Own Indiana Jones

If Earl Morris wasn’t the inspiration for Indiana Jones, you could be forgiven for thinking so: He looked the part.Read more
CWA infographic

Seven Decades of the World Today

CU Boulder’s annual Conference on World Affairs turns 70 in April.Read more

Ten Years of Forever Buffs

Alumni Association celebrates a decade of dues-free membership.Read more
China and Tibet

Alumni Briefs — Spring 2018

Dinner with 12 Buffs, Roaming Buffs Travel, Chapter News and Buffs at the Ballpark.Read more
Pathways class

Anyone Out There?

Students in “Pathway to Space,” the gateway course for CU Boulder’s space minor, released 170 balloons in January.Read more
Bruce Benson

The President's View — Spring 2018

I was a student at CU when I attended my first Conference on World Affairs.Read more
rashaan salaam

"Never Again"

CU Athletics intensifies emphasis on mental health.Read more
petra hyncicova

Sports Briefs — Spring 2018

CU Winter Olympians, Buffs Bits and statistics.Read more
Brittany Fan

Head Game

Brittany Fan talks about her practice routine, a pair of holes-in-one and the hard truth about mini-golf.Read more
mitchell kaplan

Books and Movies

When Mitchell Kaplan launched Books & Books in Miami in 1982, the business was the size of a one-bedroom apartment.Read more
bike owner

Talking About Revolutions

Gregory Crichlow has transformed a former drug den into a boutique bike shop that also sells artisanal bean-to-bar chocolate.Read more
Marisa Kellogg

On the Move

For acrobat Marisa Kellogg, adventure is a continuous call.Read more
Dead Sea

Social Buffs — Spring 2018

Where do you read the Coloradan? Paolo Estefania brought his to the Dead Sea.Read more
scan of architecture

THEN — July 31, 1919

From its earliest days, CU Boulder educated men and women both. But it wasn’t until 1934 that the first largescale women’s dormitory opened.Read more