The images we see in the media often tell only one story about what our bodies should look like, what they should be dressed in and how we should feel about them. However, there are many factors that can influence a person's body image.
As winter approaches, CU Buffs are turning down the thermostats in an effort to curb their carbon footprint. This is an easy way to decrease energy consumption, but there are a lot of other approaches that both renters and homeowners can take to save energy and money in the colder months.
Assistant Professor Kate Tallman offers a personal glimpse into her life as a government information librarian at Norlin Library. Norlin recently became the nation’s first official preservation steward library through the U.S. Government Publishing Office, an important step in preserving a democracy, she says.
CU is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), a non-profit that empowers higher-education communities to be effective change agents for sustainability and innovation.
Student Health 101
Starting to feel overwhelmed? Finding it hard to accomplish everything? Research says we get more stuff done when we break our tasks up into smaller, doable, organized chunks. Student Health 101
Office of the Registrar Closure
The Office of the Registrar's front office will be closed for an internal event on Friday, Nov. 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The call center will remain open (303-492-6970), but staff responses may be delayed.