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CU Boulder programs prepare students, staff and faculty to respond to opioid crisis

CU Boulder is committed to preparing students, staff and faculty respond to the ongoing opioid crisis. Learn more about program impact and future plans for the upcoming academic year.

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Outdoors for all: ADA accessible activities in Boulder County

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3 ways to tell if your self-care plan is actually working

It can be hard to know what self-care is supposed to look like. Here are some ways to tell if your self-care plan is actually working for you (and what to do if it’s not).

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CU Boulder Medical Services achieves top re-accreditation for high-quality care

July 11, 2023

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A Boulder and beyond bucket list of must-do summer adventures for students

Summer is here, and there is so much to do in Colorado, even if your student is just staying put in Boulder. Here are some must-do summer activities in Boulder County and beyond to share with your student this summer.

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6 things everyone should know about ‘love bombing’

New relationships are often exciting. However, a relationship that starts off feeling great can also shift in ways that are not so great once the excitement and novelty wear off.

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Celebrate Employee Wellness Month

Each June is National Employee Wellness Month. 2023 marks the eleventh year employers around the country are encouraged to focus on the well-being of their employees. CU Boulder faculty and staff have access to programs and resources to support their physical, mental, emotional and other dimensions of wellness.

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Play outside! Outdoor fitness options for a Boulder-based summer

Whether you prefer solo or group activities, here’s a list of some of the many fitness-based activities you can do outside this summer.

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5 ways to cope with anti-LGBTQ+ legislation

The U.S. has seen a significant increase in legislation targeting LGBTQ+ rights and communities. Here are some strategies you can use to cope and support a friend, family member or colleague.

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Take advantage of vacation time

May 30, 2023

Scheduling vacation time offers many benefits, yet stepping away from work responsibilities can feel challenging for many people. Research shows that over half of workers in the U.S. leave vacation time unused each year. CU Boulder leadership encourages our faculty and staff to take time off to recharge. While leaving...

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