Your computer is now a portal to the North Pole. Explore one of the most remote, mysterious regions on Earth from the comfort of your home with a new massive open online course: short lectures, stunning footage and more.
As Americans brace for the full effects of COVID-19, one group seems to be missing the message: college-aged students. So students in CU’s Public Relations Student Society of America are taking action with an Instagram campaign on @boulderprssa.
Spring break is a great time to explore your interests and passions by enjoying the University Libraries’ ebook selections, listening to an audiobook during a bike ride, or finding solace in a podcast, film or game. Let the Libraries help you.
Wealthy, white California counties—once considered the nation’s hotbeds for autism spectrum disorder—have seen prevalence flatten or fall in the last two decades, while rates among poor whites and minorities keep ticking up, according to new research.