Graduates walk through Forever Buffs arch

Advice from Forever Buffs

April 16, 2019

As you prepare for graduation and life after college, here are some words of advice from Forever Buffs before you leave CU Boulder.

Circle of people put their hands together

Celebrating CU Boulder volunteers for National Volunteer Week

April 12, 2019

In recognition of National Volunteer Week, CU Boulder students, graduate students, faculty and staff share their volunteer experiences and what volunteering means to them.

Chip pitches in during move-in 2018

Preparing for Fall Welcome, move-in 2019

April 11, 2019

Plans are underway, designed to provide the best opportunity for students to build community and have a positive move-in experience. Learn about move-in dates, parking and volunteering.

President of Senior Class Council Chad Brokaw

A letter from the Senior Class Council president

April 9, 2019

Senior Class Council is a group of students who represent a wide array of ages, disciplines and interests, with the goal of fostering and cultivating a sense of community among the senior class.

Student graduation cap reading 'The adventure continues'

5 tips for life after college

April 8, 2019

Graduating from school can be both exciting and intimidating; most graduates will experience lots of change in a short amount of time. Here's some advice to help it feel a little less weird.

Norlin library at sunset. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

View ‘The Light Shines On,’ a film celebrating CU’s history

April 8, 2019

Grab some popcorn, perhaps some tissues, and settle in to see the full-length CU Boulder film, now available online. A pride-swelling experience, you'll learn about the profound impact former CU president George Norlin had, the groundbreaking steps Mary Rippon took as the first female professor, the powerful stories of our late astronauts aboard the Challenger and Columbia space shuttles and much more.

Students hanging out on Norlin Quad

Award recipients collaborate with local youth to promote democracy, social change

April 5, 2019

Learn about the two doctoral students who received the 2018 Children, Youth and Environments Award. The call for 2019 applications from graduate students, staff and faculty opens April 15.

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.

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