It may feel like the worst is over, but it’s important to remember that COVID-19 still poses significant risks to our community. If you choose to go out this summer, here are some things you can do to keep yourself and others safe.
Ever wondered what it’s like to participate in a campus event, class or workshop? Dana Z. shares her experience with Glutes, Core and More, offered through the Rec Center’s virtual group fitness program.
University Libraries personnel have teamed up to curate a comprehensive collection of resources for the study and practice of anti-racism, including multimedia, teaching assets, community action and campus group information, and more.
A past traumatic event can compound or exacerbate our emotional response to a major life disruption. Here are some coping strategies you can use during this time if you are struggling with past trauma.
While recent changes have affected traditional graduation celebrations, it’s important to take time to reflect on and celebrate how far you’ve come. Get tips for working through these changes and celebrating this milestone in your own way.
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program is pleased to announce the publication of two journal editions. They highlight the research, scholarly and creative work of a talented and expansive community of undergraduates at CU Boulder.
Proper screen/life balance is especially important for graduate students. Learn how to create healthy boundaries around your phone to reduce distractions in order to get what you really need and want in your life.
Whether you’re comparing final grades or likes on Instagram, the pressure to be perfect can feel overwhelming. How do we know if we’re walking the fine line between high standards and unrealistic expectations?