La Sagrada Familia

Reflections on a summer in Barcelona

Nov. 14, 2018

How do you really reflect on a transformative experience such as study abroad? Each moment was fundamental to my growth, but here are the top six lessons I learned during my summer in Europe.

Students walks away from a snowy Old Main

What to do when you disagree with a professor

Nov. 14, 2018

There are times when students and faculty or staff members will have a disagreement. Here are three things to know when you are experiencing conflict.

Snowy campus on Monday. Photo by Patrick Campbell.

Scene at CU: East Campus installation, Veterans Day ceremony, more

Nov. 13, 2018

In recent days on campus and in the community, there's been the installation of a 33-ton bridge over Boulder Creek, a beautifully snowy start to the week before fall break and more. See photos!

Students participate in the Diversity and Inclusion Summit

Your student government: Join the conversation at the Diversity and Inclusion Summit

Nov. 9, 2018

This year's Diversity and Inclusion Summit revolves around the idea of not only beginning conversations with good intent but finishing them with the right impact. Hope to see you there.

Ribbon cutting at the new Veteran and Military Affairs office

In a new home, Veteran and Military Affairs offers services and community

Nov. 9, 2018

CU Boulder's Veteran and Military Affairs office offers a variety of services for CU's military-affiliated communities on campus.

Holi festival with brightly colored clay on campus

Celebrate International Education Week Nov. 12–16

Nov. 8, 2018

The university community is invited to join International Education Week with a special International Coffee Hour event and awards ceremony, photo exhibit, Pizza & Perspectives and more.

Research & Innovation Week poster session

Research & Innovation Week poster session proves a valuable experience

Nov. 5, 2018

The university's inaugural Research & Innovation Week kicked off with a poster session sponsored by the United Government of Graduate Students, with plans to expand the event next year.

Rabbi Yisroel Wilhelm speaks at a community vigil honoring those killed in the recent Pittsburgh shooting. Photo by Glenn Asakawa.

Scene at CU: Community vigil, Astronaut Jack Schmitt, more

Nov. 2, 2018

The week of Oct. 29 in photos features a visit with Astronaut Harrison "Jack" Schmitt, a vigil honoring those killed in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, an Engineering pumpkin carving contest, a sneak peek at "Hecuba" and more.

Scene from Homecoming 2018. Photo by Glenn Asakawa.

Scene at CU: That's a wrap on Homecoming 2018!

Oct. 29, 2018

Another Homecoming of epic proportion is in the books. See the week, celebrating "dear old CU," in photos.

Green plant growing out of a person's hand

Simple ways to live more sustainably

Oct. 26, 2018

Our everyday actions can lead to a ripple effect throughout our communities. Whether you live on or off campus, here are a few things you can do to live more sustainably.

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