CU's top-ranked women's cross country team is set to compete at the 2016 NCAA Championships tomorrow, Nov. 19, while the men's team has now won two of four varsity races, including the Rocky Mountain Shootout and Pac-12 titles.
CU Boulder enrolled more international students during the 2015-16 academic year and sent more students abroad during the 2014-15 academic year than any other higher education institution in Colorado, according to data released in the national Open Doors Report.
For excellence in education and research — studying everything from flower pigmentation that can have nutritional value in fruits and vegetables, to how processes at the polar regions affect the world's climate — six of CU Boulder's own have received National Science Foundation awards.
When Allen Lim applied to CU, he did not get in--at first. In the video, Lim, founder of one of America's fastest growing food and beverage companies Skratch Labs, reflects on the value of learning how to learn while pursuing his master's and PhD at CU.
There are many ways to keep your strong connection to CU when you leave Boulder, whether it’s for a holiday break or more permanently after graduation. More than 30 alumni chapters in the U.S. (and six international) exist to connect Buffs over shared ties to their alma mater.
Join the Alumni Association for a night of free food, drinks and good company at the Winter Grad Bash on Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 4 to 8 p.m.
Nov. 19 Ralphie's Corral canceled
Unfortunately, due to the conditions of Benson Field as a result of Thursday's snowstorm, we have been forced to cancel Ralphie’s Corral – The Official CU Tailgate. Find ticket pickup information and more on the official website.
Fall break schedule for CU Boulder Today
Both editions of CU Boulder Today will publish on Monday, Nov. 21 during next week’s fall break and holiday. We wish you a safe and wonderful break, wherever you may roam.