Grateful Dead

Return of the Dead

Folsom Field hasn't hosted concerts since 2001. The sonic drought ends this summer with back-to-back shows by Dead & Company.Read more

Tacas Quartet

Opus Beethoven

Even for a Grammy Award-winning group, playing all 17 Beethoven quartets in live concert is an act of daring. Takács Quartet likes a challenge.Read more


Ultimate Goes Pro

CU-Boulder alumni rank among pro ultimate disc's top players and promoters. Can they take the sport mainstream and big-time?Read more

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The Book of Shakespeare

Without the First Folio of 1623, the world might lack half of Shakespeare’s plays. A rare original copy comes to CU-Boulder in August, the only Colorado stop on a national tour.Read more

Amy Cuddy

Of Mind and Matter

Amy Cuddy's TED Talk is the second most viewed of all time — and just a taste of what she has to say.Read more

Lucia Berlin

The Resurrection of Lucia Berlin

A fresh collection of stories by former CU English professor Lucia Berlin became a best-seller last year, more than a decade after her death.Read more


Monarch butterflies

Now – Butterflies

In April “Becoming Butterflies” opened at the CU Museum of Natural History.Read more

Lori Bergen

Inquiry: CMCI Dean Lori Bergen

Lori Bergen joined CU-Boulder last July as founding dean of the College of Media, Communication and Information (CMCI), the campus’ first new college in 50 years.Read more

Joe Biden

In CU visit, Vice President Biden Issues "Test of Character"

Joe Biden was smiling as he took the stage at CU-Boulder April 8, but he'd come to deliver a solemn message bluntlyRead more

Alferd Packer

Boulder Beat: Paul Danish – Summer 2016

The story behind the name of UMC's Alferd Packer GrillRead more

Steve Wozniak

Mr. Apple Returns to CU-Boulder

Steve Wozniak on stage at Macky, live, unplugged and unfilteredRead more

Carter Pann

Campus News Briefs – Summer 2016

Fixed tuition, butterflies and a Pulitzer finalistRead more


Look: Slackers

Don’t let the club’s name fool you: Slackers at CU is not for the idle or undisciplined. It’s for slackliners.Read more

Engineering stats

Engineering Sets New Record: Most Diverse Class Ever

Percentage of women and minorities on the riseRead more

3D kidney

Origins: 3D Printing

Chuck Hull and the invention of 3D printing.Read more


Infographic: Storm Chaser

Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), often called drones, serve an expanding number of recreational, commercial, military and scientific uses.Read more

Doug Madison

Some Buffs Prefer Traveling in Herds

Even experienced solo travelers find group trips a drawRead more


Events – Summer 2016

News about Homecoming Weekend, the new Koenig backyard and chapters and clubs.Read more

Guy on a bike

CU Around: Sports Medicine

The CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center opened last August in the new Champions Center on campus.Read more


Q&A with the Chancellor: Philip P. DiStefano – Summer 2016

A look into the arts on campus.Read more

soccer player

Thinking Ahead

Trial changes in soccer play aim to avert head injuriesRead more


Sports Briefs – Summer 2016

CU coaching changes, an NCAA sweep and basketball updates.Read more

Emma Coburn

Sports QA: Olympian Emma Coburn

In July, Emma Coburn will race the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the U.S. Olympic Trials with her sights set on an appearance in Rio.Read more

wedding in Hawaii

Six Weddings a Day: John Mount

Of the estimated 20,000 Japanese weddings that took place in the Hawaiian Islands last year, John Mount and late wife Lorna Mount presided over more than 400.Read more

Penny and husband

9,320 Miles: Penny Roushar Jansen

Penny Roushar Jansen isn’t one to idle. One day after she and husband Eric retired, in 2014, the couple took off on a bicycle trip through 10 countries on four continents.Read more

michael piche

Au Naturel: Michael Piché

Michael Piché has plenty of time to imagine his dream house — he’s still in his 30s. But already he’s clear about aspects of the design.Read more

Old Main in the summer

In Memoriam – Summer 2016

Forever Buffs who have passed away.Read more

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Letters – Summer 2016

Comments from our Forever Buffs.Read more

Olympics 1968

Then: October 1968

CU-Boulder Olympian William ToomeyRead more