Aerial view of the CU Boulder campus and surrounding area

CU Boulder begins design on first of 2 new residential buildings

Sept. 26, 2022

Pending Board of Regents approval, CU Boulder would break ground on the first of two buildings north of Boulder Creek in late 2023, with openings targeted for 2026 and 2027. The spaces will increase on-campus housing options for graduate students and upper-division undergraduates.

Students walk past the UMC on campus

10 things to do this week: ‘Lord of the Rings’ trivia, block party, more

Sept. 26, 2022

This week brings a screening of “Nope,” mini apple pies, Drag Queen Bingo, mushroom cultivation, Bocadillos y Chisme, self-compassion tips, vision boards, a workshop on de-escalating conflict and more.

Dean of Students Devin Cramer

The dean’s list of advice: The key to a positive experience on campus

Sept. 23, 2022

Often, students who have found ways to get involved on campus have better experiences than students who haven't. Acting Dean of Students Devin Cramer shares advice on getting involved this year, no matter what your goals may be.

Ralphie statue with fall colors and Flatirons in the background

Search opens for vice chancellor for research and innovation, dean of institutes position

Sept. 23, 2022

Provost Russell Moore has announced the vice chancellor for research and innovation and dean of the institutes opening, as well as the members of the search committee. Apply or nominate a colleague.

Adam Kaufman

Adam Kaufman wins Breakthrough New Horizons in Physics Prize

Sept. 23, 2022

Kaufman, a JILA fellow, will take home this prestigious award for his work advancing the control of atoms and molecules to improve atomic clocks and quantum information processing.

CU Boulder campus during fall with Flatirons in background

CU Boulder attracts record $658 million for research in space, climate, more

Sept. 22, 2022

CU Boulder researchers attracted a record $658 million in fiscal year 2022 for studies that, among other things, advance the science of measuring gravity waves and climate resilience.

Aerospace Engineering Sciences Building at sunset

CU Boulder student advancing safety for orbiting spacecraft

Sept. 22, 2022

Sarah Luettgen is building a future as an aerospace professional, studying the space domain of satellite orbits in the extreme upper reaches of Earth’s atmosphere.

Students visit a booth at the 2022 Be Involved Fair

10 things to do this weekend: Gold Rush game, ‘Bros’ sneak preview, more

Sept. 22, 2022

This weekend brings space exploration with Fiske Planetarium's theater manager, a Leeds football pregame, a walk for diabetes research, a CU soccer game and tailgate, the Martin Acres block party, the “Radical Reimagining” dance series and more.

Residential area of Boulder

Hosting a party? How to lessen your chances of a nuisance ticket

Sept. 21, 2022

A common citation for students living off campus is a nuisance ticket, often issued for excessive noise. It may result in a hefty fine and mandatory restorative justice courses. Here are some tips to lower your chances.

Person hands over drivers license

Fake IDs are not worth the risk

Sept. 21, 2022

Having a fake ID could impact your education here at CU Boulder, and in more serious cases, could affect your future too. Here are three things you need to know about fake IDs.

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