Will Americans eat insects? Dave Baugh and twin brother Lars are betting on it.Read more


American Eclipse

CU astronomer Doug Duncan has some advice about this summer's total eclipse: Don't miss it.Read more


Mysteries of the Teenage Brain

Teenagers and young adults think and act differently from grownups. CU scientist Marie Banich is helping us see why.Read more

bruce lee

Enter the Biography

In Bruce Lee, CU's Daryl Maeda sees a symbol of the modern world — and the subject of his next book.Read more

kristoff klipfel

No Piano? No Problem

All you need are Kristof Klipfel's musical gloves.Read more


The Risk of Being Undistinguished

Two CU Boulder scholars, one named Zax, find value in having a last name that starts near A.Read more

Afghan girls

Girl Power

For years, the Taliban banned music in Afghanistan. Now the country has its first all-female orchestra — and Allegra Boggess to thank.Read more


fire-fighting plane

Now – March 2017

Wildfires burned about 2 million acres in the United States in the early months of 2017.Read more

aerial dancer

Aerial Dancer

The Conference on World Affairs brought thousands of people to campus April 10-14 for nearly 200 talks, panels and performances, including an improv aerial dance featuring Lena Gutschank.Read more

Lucy Sanders

Inquiry – Lucy Sanders

Women represent more than half of all new U.S. college graduates but receive fewer than 20 percent of computer and information science degrees. Former Bell Labs executive Lucy Sanders is trying to fix that.Read more


Wildfire's Human Touch

Wildfires can happen naturally — but in the U.S., humans start most of themRead more

summer of love

Summer of '67

The Summer of Love — 1967, in case you’ve forgotten, or weren’t born yet — happened on Hippie Standard Time (HST).Read more

marathon illustration

Superfast Marathon

CU Boulder scientists show the way to a sub-2-hour finishRead more


Campus News Briefs – Summer 2017

Heartbreak placebos, prison gangs, New Venture Challenge and CU in 1967Read more

commencement 2017

Look – Class of 2017

At commencement 2017, Friday, May 12, the university conferred nearly 6,300 degrees on more than 4,600 undergraduates and 1,600 graduate and professional students.Read more

wiley rutledge

Origins – CU and the Supreme Court

Wiley B. Rutledge, the first CU Boulder graduate to serve on the nation’s highest court, joined in 1943.Read more


Infographic – Sleep

American adults don’t sleep enough: On the average work night, we come up 30-90 minutes short of what our bodies need for long-term health, according to a poll by the National Sleep Foundation.Read more

Amazing Race

Two Buffs, One Amazing Race

A Buff senior and a former student found themselves paired on reality TV — and in the hunt for $1 millionRead more


Alumni Briefs – Summer 2017

Homecoming Weekend, Roaming Buffs and the new CU wine programRead more


Q&A with the Chancellor – Summer 2017

The innovation universityRead more


Lacrosse: Emerging Powerhouse

In third varsity season, CU women go 15-2, undefeated at homeRead more


Sports Briefs – Summer 2017

NFL draft and Skiing ChampionshipsRead more

cu sailor

Anchors Aweigh

Ryan Davis of Sugar Land, Texas, has skippered the resurrection of CU’s dormant sailing club.Read more

the shepherds

The Traveler

Long before Tom Shepherd began moving tons of fresh berries around the world, he moved a single football from Boulder to Lincoln, Neb. — by bicycle, in the snow, wearing jeans.Read more

marjane and husband


Marjane Ambler learned to share the road with bison. That’s what you do when you live in Yellowstone National Park.Read more

men on the boat

Pacific Crossing

It was the nights that most unnerved Dan Mackin.Read more



Celebration at Commencement 2017Read more

summer at CU

Then – 1950s

Life at CU Boulder shifts gears after commencement but hardly goes dormant.Read more