Coach Prime

The Coloradan's Q&A with Coach Prime

Read Coach Prime's winning mentality and leadership philosophy

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The Prime Effect

Surging social accounts, sold-out tickets and ESPN are just the start.

Jemil Kassahun

Colorado Law Student Inspires Change in CUPD

Jemil Kassahun’s life experiences fueled his study of social justice issues and his decision to work for CU Boulder Police.

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"I Don't Want To Be a Bad Guy Anymore"

Gang violence is driving a surge in violent crime across America. New research shows community interventions can stem the tide.

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The Sound of Science

The Brain-Music lab fuses neuroscience with music, technology and engineering. The result? An interdisciplinary community producing revolutionary art grounded in empathy and human connection.

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CU Boulder Student Poetry

CU student Shanlla Rhuya Remtulla wrote "I Came Home From College" in her Advanced Poetry Workshop class this spring.

CU News

Carter Snelson

Carter Snelson Walked All of Boulder's Streets

The then-senior completed the feat in late April.

Erika Randall

Erika Randall and the Art of Anding

Erika Randall launched her podcast The Ampersand , which focuses on people who eschew specialization and instead use their many interests to spur creativity and fulfillment.

Wil Srubar

Microalgae as Bio-Cement

CU Boulder spinout Prometheus Materials is becoming a leader in sustainable building materials.

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What's In an Astronaut's Phone?

Astronaut Jim Voss shares what he uses his phone for most.

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Free Emergency Contraceptives on Campus

Campus pilot program will begin this fall.

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A Boulder Bee

Facts about a mason bee found in 1936.

2023 Commencement

Rain Check? No Way!

Rain didn't stop CU's commencement ceremony this spring.

CU Computer Science

CU Boulder Computing: Punch Cards to AI

How computer science started at CU.

Old Main

Old Main Renovation

In early 2024, work will begin on a new structural restoration project to benefit the building.

CU Homecoming

Let the Good Times Roam

Homecoming Weekend Returns Nov. 2–4

Old Main

Heritage Center Closed

The museum will reopen in 2026.


75 Years of the CWA

The CWA celebrated its 75th anniversary with a focus on climate change this April 12–14.

Scientists on Mount Everest

Campus News Briefs Summer 2023

Mount Everest, elephant birds and the CU Promise Program

Alumni Spotlight

David Karpel

Five Questions with David N. Karpel

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis appointed ​David N. Karpel district court judge for Colorado’s 18th Judicial District on Jan. 10, 2023.

Vicki Shapiro

Five Questions with Vicki Shapiro

Vicki Shapiro is vice president of marketing at Match Media Group, which serves the sales marketing needs for many of the world’s largest dating sites.

Maggie Grout

Five Questions with Maggie Grout

Maggie Grout is the founder and CEO of Thinking Huts, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing global access to education by constructing 3D-printed schools.

Ron Miles

Remembering Ron Miles

A fixture in the Denver music scene, Ron Miles’ warm jazz melodies dazzled audiences.


Folsom Field

The Buzz Is Back in Boulder

On April 22, Boulder became something it hadn’t been since the early 1990s: the focus of the entire college football world.

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Trail Running World Champions

Three CU cross country and track alumni won 2022’s trail running and skyrunning world championships.

Jaida Drame

Sports News Briefs: Summer 2023

Jaida Drame's clothing company and other sports news.

Dylan McDermott

Sports Q&A: Dylan McDermott

Rising junior Dylan McDermott of the CU men’s golf team has played in the No. 1 or No. 2 position in both of his first two years at Colorado.

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Leadership Lessons from the Football Field

We needed, as our motto suggests, to Be Boulder.