leslie leinwand

Why Do Some Young Athletes Die at Their Peak?

A CU scientist and her students study pythons in search of the answer and a cure for premature heart disease.


Happily Ever After?

Two professors embark on research to uncover people’s perceptions of those who acquire things versus experiences.

anne miltenberger

A Race of a Lifetime

Anne Miltenberger (Mgmt’07) crosses the Atlantic by rowboat.


Building a Collection

What do an ancient Roman glass vessel from 300 AD and a painting by 20th century Mexican artist Diego Rivera have in common?


A Century of Macky

As Japanese aircraft attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawai’i on Dec. 7, 1941, CU-Boulder President Robert L. Stearns called an emergency meeting with students in Macky Auditorium.

stephen walker

Meditations on Fitness

Finding emotional peace is essential to strong performance.


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The Best Meal Ever at the Gold Hill Inn

Dinner at the Gold Hill Inn is always a special occasion, but no visit to the inn was more special than the one my partner Sue and I made Sept. 23.


Campus News Briefs – Winter 2010

Updates and news from CU.

Jim Voss

Syllabus Spotlight for Spring 2011

Introduction to Human Spaceflight

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Party of 5,500? Your Tables Are Ready

It’s time to say goodbye to single-line dorm cafeterias replete with mystery meat.

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Legendary Jones General Store Shutters

After 108 years of serving loyal customers in Boulder, Jones General Store & Camera closed Sept. 30.

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Rewriting Journalism School’s Future

With major technological advances affecting the role of media and the news business, CU may replace or transform its journalism school to better prepare students for the digital age.

speedy stewart

Players Huddle for 1990 Football Reunion

Six coaches and about 80 players returned for the celebratory weekend.

cory higgins

Burks, Higgins Draw Preseason Honor

Two members of the CU men’s basketball team were among the 50 players named to the preseason list for the John R. Wooden Award.

jessica wallace

Women’s Golf Swings onto National Scene

The CU women’s golf program earned two team victories in a season for the first time, claiming titles in the Buffs’ Heather Farr Memorial Invitational in October and at a Colorado State-hosted tournament.

CU soccer player

Sports Briefs – Winter 2010

Volleyball, Club Sports, Soccer, Track & Field

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CU Packing Up for Pac-10 (+2) in 2011

After CU announced in June it would join the Pac-10 Conference, the move is on its way to becoming reality.

old main

Before Varsity Lake

Imagine the campus without Varsity Lake — just a deep, muddy ravine channeling snowmelt down the hill.

ajume wingo

Asking Age-Old Questions

Q&A with professor Ajume WIngo

ken caughey

Buff Tribute: Invested in a Buff Life

When Kenneth Caughey was born on the University of Colorado at Boulder campus, it started a relationship that lasted 85 years.