Retired Gen. George W. Casey Jr. speaks to ROTC and leadership students at CU Boulder

Retired Gen. George W. Casey Jr. shares leadership journey at CU Boulder

April 3, 2019

The former Army chief of staff shared his insights on leadership and what it was like serving under two American presidents and took questions from students in ROTC and the Presidents Leadership Class.

AeroSpace Ventures research blitz

Research blitz reinforces CU Boulder’s standing as aerospace hub

April 3, 2019

When a distinguished group of naval personnel dropped into a recent AeroSpace Ventures event, it gave an unexpected boost to a gathering already packed with trailblazers.

Close-up of Ralphie the buffalo

‘The Light Shines On’: A film celebrating CU’s history

April 2, 2019

Leading up to the public premiere of “The Light Shines On,” director Charles Mangano, an Emmy-award winner, and senior producer Dirk Martin take readers behind the scenes of CU Boulder’s new film.

Ralphie statue atop CASE building

Celebrate campus leadership and passion at the CU Involvement Awards ceremony

April 2, 2019

The free, open event celebrates students, student organizations, faculty and staff who exemplify leadership and passion across the Boulder community. Nominations for the awards are now open.

Graduate School procession during commencement

Get involved in Graduate Student Appreciation Week April 1–5

March 31, 2019

Graduate Student Appreciation Week offers a variety of free events, workshops and services to CU Boulder graduate students.

Students line up for Meet Your Librarian event

Meet Your Librarian event reaches dozens of students

March 20, 2019

Connecting students with information and resources for success, more than 80 students participated in this new University Libraries event. Find out more!

Blue refillable water bottle

How refilling your water bottle can help pay your tuition

March 18, 2019

The PIPs Rewards app allows you to earn “positive impact points” for various actions that benefit the planet, community and your personal health. Now these points also can be turned into scholarships.

Violin student Marisa Ishikawa joins Carpe Diem string quartet in concert

Violin student seizes the day with Carpe Diem quartet

March 14, 2019

Violin doctoral student Marisa Ishikawa joined Assistant Professor of Violin Charles Wetherbee and the Carpe Diem string quartet this semester.

MFA alumnus and Center of the American West contest winner Christopher David Rosales

Thompson Awards for Western American Writing winners: Where are they now?

March 13, 2019

MFA alumnus and Center of the American West contest winner Christopher David Rosales will celebrate the launch of his third novel “Word is Bone” in April.

Concert at Club 156

Program Council, your source for campus entertainment

March 6, 2019

From hosting signature events such as WelcomeFest to renting out campus venues for other student-run events, look to Program Council for all of your campus entertainment needs.

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