On the local ballot this season are big decisions about the future of Boulder, as well as the state and the nation, and CU Buffs who are registered or get registered will have the chance to show we’re all in on democracy by voting in the 2022 midterm elections. If you haven't already, make your plan to research what's on your ballot and vote by Tuesday, Nov. 8.
CU Boulder’s preliminary fall 2022 enrollment numbers show modest growth from fall 2021 but are coming in slightly lower than was projected in June. Read about this, employee retention and more from the Sept. 9 CU Board of Regents meeting.
Some have said Benjamin Franklin first came up with the idea for daylight saving time. Others believe it was adopted so farmers could have more hours of sunlight to work in the field. As daylight saving time comes to a close on Sunday, Nov. 6, learn more about the history of the practice.
Beginning in the early hours of Nov. 8, people in Boulder will be treated to a total lunar eclipse. A little later in the month, Nov. 17–18, the Leonids meteor shower will light up the night sky. Fiske Planetarium's Francisco Salas discusses both events and offers tips on viewing the night sky.
Ten years ago this week, Colorado voters approved Amendment 64, making the state among the first in the nation to legalize the use and possession of recreational cannabis. Research since has revealed its risks and health benefits and shed light on how the burgeoning industry can improve.