Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders addresses the crowd before the CU vs. USC football game

A look back at our favorite photos from 2023

Dec. 21, 2023

A look back at CU Boulder in 2023 celebrates the arrival of Coach Prime, the opening of the new Center for African and African American Studies, the beauty of our campus through the seasons and much more.

Ralphie VI

Taking in 2022: The year at CU Boulder

Dec. 23, 2022

A look back at 2022 shows a community that leaned into national and international events. Buffs finally got to resume one of the campus's most joyous traditions in person: commencement. The community rallied together around Marshall Fire survivors; adopted a land acknowledgement; set itself on the global stage on climate change and human rights; and much more.

Small chalkboard image with the word "plan." (Unsplash/Volodymyr Hryshchenko)

Our best tips in 2022

Dec. 22, 2022

Designed to be helpful and memorable, our tips series are among the most-read articles on campus. Supplied by sources like Student Affairs and Health & Wellness Services, and covering everything from dating to depression, here's what the community was eager to clue into.

Person throwing black sand while kneeling in the snow on a mountain

10 stories of exploration and discovery you may have missed in 2022

Dec. 16, 2022

Kick back with a blanket and a mug of hot cocoa to remember a year of groundbreaking science at CU Boulder—and reflect on what lies in store for 2023.

Top 9 Instagram posts in 2021

Best of 2021: Instagram top 9

Dec. 21, 2021

That’s a wrap on 2021. On @CUBoulder Instagram alone, we posted 149 photos and received more than 5K comments and 748K total likes!

Engineering class forms CU on the Norlin Quadrangle. (Mason Marino/University of Colorado)

Taking in 2021: Reflecting on the year at CU Boulder

Dec. 21, 2021

A look back at 2021 shows a community of perseverance. Buffs safely made a number of COVID-19 comebacks; showed dedication to inclusive excellence; worked toward healing in the midst of heartbreak and injustice; welcomed Ralphie VI; won prestigious awards; cheered on Olympians and remarkable student-athletes; and more.

Irene Francino Urdaniz works on her spike protein research at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Research stories from 2021 that will keep on giving in the new year

Dec. 14, 2021

Look back on the year in research at CU Boulder: from custom lullabies to "cute" spacecraft, melting snow in the West and more.

CU Boulder students watch sunset from Flagstaff Mountain

Taking in 2020: Reflecting on the year at CU Boulder

Dec. 22, 2020

In looking back on 2020, COVID-19 stands out for many. In the face of sorrow and difficulty, Buffs came together, worked to protect our herd and helped curb the coronavirus through research and community resources. Prior to and during the pandemic, there have been moments of growth, greatness and celebration as well.

Student plays a musical instrument with a mask and a face shield on.

10 research discoveries from 2020 you won’t want to miss

Dec. 17, 2020

From diving Neanderthals to saliva-based COVID-19 tests, we remember the year in research at CU Boulder.

Football game with fans dressed in banana costumes

Best of 2019: Top moments in CU Athletics

Jan. 3, 2020

Football, basketball, soccer, track and cross-country, lacrosse, volleyball, tennis, skiing, golf—here are the top 19 moments from 2019.