The CU Boulder police join the Boulder police, Louisville police, Lafayette police, Longmont Public Safety, Boulder County Sheriff’s Office and district attorney’s office in a statement about the sickening and disheartening actions of the Memphis police officers and fire medics involved in the death of Tyre Nichols.
In December 2022, CU Boulder co-hosted a 3-day summit addressing human rights and climate change, exploring solutions that every sector of society—government, business, education and individuals—can adopt and act upon. Couldn't attend or want to review? Videos of keynote speeches and panel discussions are now available.
Campus offers many favorite study spots, some of which offer caffeinated and comforting beverages to help during your study sessions. These coffee and tea shops will make the hours spent studying a little more enjoyable.
In the Grammy-nominated “The Secret Between the Shadow and the Soul,” the Branford Marsalis Quartet performs its most emotionally wide-ranging and melody-driven collection of music to date. CU students and employees get 25% off tickets.
Legalizing recreational cannabis does not increase substance use disorders or use of other illicit drugs in adults and may reduce alcohol-related problems, according to new research. The study also found no link between cannabis legalization and increases in cognitive, psychological, social, relationship or financial problems.
Toddlers whose moms were exposed to higher levels of air pollution during mid- to late-pregnancy tend to score lower on measures of cognition, motor coordination and language skills, according to new CU Boulder research.