Read from some of the many talented, motivated and innovative students who are graduating and starting on their next adventures. As they become Forever Buffs, they leave their inspirational legacies—with advice and reflection—for those who follow.
For the first time in three years, CU Boulder will have an in-person commencement ceremony, conferring more than 9,000 degrees and featuring CU Boulder alumnus and award-winning journalist Tom Costello.
Gov. Jared Polis signed a legislative bill into law, declaring Juneteenth a state holiday. The holiday recognizes the emancipation of enslaved African Americans and celebrates the self-determination of Black Americans. This year, the university will offer a floating personal observance day for all leave-eligible faculty and staff.
A draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito suggests a majority of the court may overturn the landmark 1973 ruling that guaranteed the constitutional right to abortion in the U.S. Here are three essential reads on The Conversation.
Graduating Thursday? Procession Details
All students participating in the university commencement ceremony are requested to gather on Norlin Quad no later than 7:30 a.m. to participate in the procession to the stadium. Once you arrive, find your college or school standard bearer on the quad (see map of the procession lineup for more details). You will be following the standard bearer during the procession and into the stadium. Refreshments will be available for graduating students from 7 to 8 a.m. on Norlin Quad. The procession will depart Norlin Quad at promptly at 8 a.m.