New "hackable" ATLAS tower light

'Tis the season to geek out

Dec. 15, 2017

Just in time for the holidays, the ATLAS Institute is gifting control of its tower lights to anyone and everyone. All you need is access to the nifty controller website.Read more »
Mechanical Engineering drill-powered vehicle contest

Video, Photos: Engineering students race their drill-powered designs

Dec. 15, 2017

Junior-level mechanical engineering students sparred Tuesday in the Fall 2017 Component Design Competition, pitting their drill-powered vehicles against each other.Read more »
Sustainably wrapped Christmas presents

Tips for a green, affordable, joyful holiday season

Dec. 14, 2017

Do all the material expectations that come with the holidays have you stressed out? Here are some tips for maximizing the joy in the holiday season, a time of celebration, connection and festivity.Read more »
Researcher points to MRI results on computer screen

Paid research opportunities at CU Boulder

Dec. 11, 2017

Several departments and units offer opportunities for campus community members, from children to adults, to participate in paid CU Boulder research. See if you qualify for any current studies.Read more »
Robert Kaufman

Visiting scholar in conservative thought, policy feels at home in Boulder

Dec. 6, 2017

For Robert Kaufman, the Trump presidency has made the "conservative" program he's a part of on the "liberal" campus especially relevant.Read more »
Girl studying on bed wearing slippers, socks and drinking hot tea

Save money and stay warm this winter

Nov. 29, 2017

Consider these strategies, tips and tricks to stay warm and save money on energy bills this winter, courtesy of the CU Environmental Center.Read more »
Emily Daub, CU Boulder student

Photos, video: Lightbulb moment leads to wearable technology for performance dance

Nov. 29, 2017

Fascinated by innovations in wearable technology and driven by a passion for dance, Emily Daub developed lighting systems for costumes that expand the creative possibilities for performance dance.Read more »
Hadley Kamminga-Peck

Campus Q&A: On teaching Shakespeare to youth

Nov. 28, 2017

In the lead-up to workshops Dec. 2 and Dec. 9, a Colorado Shakespeare Festival teaching artist discusses original practices, dramaturgy, teaching Shakespeare to kids and seven years of projects.Read more »
A person wearing a knit hat appears at a table facing a laptop, back to the camera.

Exploring Student Affairs: De-escalating conflict

Nov. 27, 2017

With end-of-semester stress setting in, there’s an increased likelihood of receiving an email with an aggressive tone. The Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution has tips that can help.Read more »

Proposal for shared equipment, labs tops recent Short Experiment Competition

Nov. 21, 2017

An interdisciplinary team has won Kelly Fox's Short Experiment Competition, a contest that aims to give life to innovative solutions or unmet opportunities on campus.Read more »