Planted in 1879 or 1880, the “Old Main cottonwood” is the oldest and tallest tree on campus. At more than 140 years old, 110 feet tall and 19 feet in circumference at the base of the trunk, it has outlived and outgrown all other campus cottonwoods that were planted at the end of the 19th century.
About a dozen CU police officers and staff members, along with several members of other police departments, learned how to be better listeners, approach confrontation in a more effective manner and better understand the impact of non-verbal communication in a recent course.
On April 2020, astronomers observed a gigantic burst of energy and charged particles erupting from the surface of a far away star called EK Draconis. The findings suggest that similar events could, theoretically, occur on our own sun––albeit rarely.
Google’s elimination of unlimited free storage for higher education customers will require CU Boulder to make significant changes, including removing the Google Photos offering and setting individual quotas for Google Drive.