Beets, carrots and bok choy on a table. Photo by Caroline Attwood on Unsplash

Feed the Stampede program available to all CU students

The Feed the Stampede Food Assistance program is meant to help undergraduate and graduate students experiencing food insecurity and to provide services, referrals and education so students can thrive academically.

A Protect Our Herd–face covering required sign at the entrance of Farrand Field
COVID-19 campus updates: Sept. 10 edition
Students learning in a group
Outreach awards fund 28 community outreach projects
A socially distancing class takes place in Norlin Library during the first week of classes in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic at the University of Colorado Boulder. (Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado)
Scene at CU: A novel Buff kick-off to the year
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A solution for those left in the lurch

Leadership Corner

Dean of Students JB Banks

The dean’s list of advice: 3 ways to make it through uncertain times

This year has been a very unusual and trying time. But, as a Buff family, we have remained resilient. And as we continue in this journey together, I have some advice to help you make it through times of change and uncertainty.

The Conversation

image of tattooed medical professional

Dynamic tattoos promise to warn wearers of health threats

Researchers are developing tattoo inks that sense chemicals, temperature and UV radiation, setting the stage for tattoos that diagnose health problems. Assistant Professor Carson Bruns shares on The Conversation.