The CU men's basketball team plays an opponent at the CU Events Center.

Philip DiStefano, Rick George discuss name, image, likeness rules

July 8, 2021

With new state legislation and a recent change in NCAA policy, student-athletes can now receive compensation for use of their name, image and likeness. Chancellor Philip DiStefano and Athletic Director Rick George address what the changes mean and how CU Athletics has been getting ready.

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OIT recommends patching critical Windows vulnerability

July 7, 2021

Microsoft has released a security update for Windows that the Office of Information Technology recommends Windows PC users install (if applicable) as soon as possible, given the severity of the vulnerability.

Female sprinters lined up for race

Should marijuana still be banned from sport?

July 7, 2021

In the wake of U.S. sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson's controversial pre-Olympic suspension for marijuana use, we ask cannabis researcher Angela Bryan what the science really says: Does weed really make you faster? Is it bad for you? Should it be banned from sport?

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Register through July 15 for CU Second Year Adventure

July 7, 2021

Were you planning on participating in one of Recreation Services' incoming student trips last year? Are you looking to meet other second-year students or transfer students prior to the fall semester? This program is for you.

Panorama of Coors Field during game

It’s outta here: The physics of baseball at a mile high

July 7, 2021

In 1998, the last time Major League Baseball's All-Star Game was held in Colorado, teams scored a record 21 runs. Engineer Peter Hamlington breaks down why we can expect balls to fly faster and farther at this year's All-Star Game at Coors Field.

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Get the most out of Adobe Creative Cloud

July 7, 2021

July is the best time to purchase an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription because it only costs $95 and you can use it for the rest of the fiscal year.

CU Book Store

Get tips for helping students with course materials

July 7, 2021

In case students ask you about how to order and receive their textbooks and course materials, be in the know—get details from the CU Book Store.

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MLB All-Star Game to return to Denver for first time in 23 years

July 7, 2021

Tom Zeiler, a history professor who co-teaches a popular course called America Through Baseball, discusses the history of the All-Star Game, the role of politics in baseball and the significance of the game returning to Denver, which will happen July 13.

An aerial image of the CU Boulder campus. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

CU Boulder experts tapped for summit on sexual misconduct

July 7, 2021

Campus experts and students from around the state helped organize the first Colorado Summit on Sexual Misconduct, coming up July 19–20, including CU Boulder employees and a student. Also, CU Boulder's Valerie Simons will give an opening address at the event.

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The role of science in treating deadly diseases––a lecture July 14

July 7, 2021

Join a Distinguished Faculty Series lecture featuring Distinguished Professor Leslie Leinwand, who will discuss her journey in finding and developing treatments for genetic diseases where none previously existed.

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