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Black holes are fussy eaters—Learn more Sept. 15

Sept. 8, 2021

Black holes are often regarded as cosmic vacuum cleaners, but it's actually rather hard to get them to eat. And when they do feed, they make a mess, disturbing their surroundings out to thousands or even millions of light-years. Join the Distinguished Faculty Series on Sept. 15 for more.

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Venture Partners' new deep tech accelerator set to launch in January

Sept. 7, 2021

Startup company founders who commercialize their CU Boulder research innovations will be getting a boost in 2022. Ascent will help founders launch their companies, raise investment capital and gain market and partnership traction.

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Tips from Buffs: Things to do and places to visit to get to know CU

Sept. 7, 2021

As you settle into life at CU, you’re probably discovering lots of new things to do. To help you decide where to start, we asked current Buffs on Instagram to tell us their favorite spots on campus and in Boulder.

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5 simple ways to be more sustainable

Sept. 7, 2021

Many of us have goals to be more sustainable. But sometimes it can be challenging to know where to start. Here are five ways to help lower your carbon footprint and be more sustainable in your daily life.

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How grad students can make the most of career fairs

Sept. 7, 2021

Whether you’re searching for a job or internship, exploring companies or looking to network, career fairs offer many opportunities for graduate students. Get tips to make the most of virtual career events as a graduate student.

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Think again! A 'lunch and learn' with the Ombuds Office Oct. 26

Sept. 7, 2021

Join Kirsi Aulin, director of the CU Boulder Ombuds Office, in a discussion and resource-share of Adam Grant’s new book, Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know.

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How to be a good neighbor

Sept. 7, 2021

We all play a role in keeping each other and our community safe, and creating a positive and welcoming environment. Here are some safety tips and reminders about how to be a good neighbor.

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College of Music welcomes 2 Sher Distinguished Musician Scholarship recipients

Sept. 7, 2021

We’re thrilled to introduce Raven Dow-Hygelund and Anna Kallinikos as the most recent recipients of the College of Music’s Sher Distinguished Musician Scholarship.

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Attend a performance by the CU Symphony Orchestra Sept. 23

Sept. 7, 2021

Performing a diverse repertoire, including symphonies and large-scale orchestral works by major composers, the CU Symphony Orchestra will give a free concert at Macky Auditorium and online.

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4 things you can do if you’re feeling lonely or homesick

Sept. 7, 2021

Adjusting to campus life can be challenging. Even if it’s not obvious, many students are experiencing similar feelings of homesickness and loneliness. Here are some helpful tips to cope.

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