U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders will visit campus on Monday to advocate for Amendment 69, which would create a new state health-care system. The event, co-sponsored by ColoradoCare and the campus student organization College Democrats, starts at 5 p.m. on Farrand Field.
Growing up in San Diego, California, Michael Adkins II always wanted to be a businessman. He sold pistachios for a dime to classmates in elementary school and an individual Starburst for a quarter in middle school, turning a profit on both. "I was in elementary school and they had a vending machine," he said. "I just figured I could sell these individually and make money off the situation."
Research at CU Boulder encompasses thousands of scholarly, scientific and creative endeavors at any given time, resulting in new knowledge, technologies and creative work that advance the economy, culture and health of Colorado, the nation and the world. This week's top research stories include a new student-created App, melting in Antarctica and a new laser design that could improve atomic clock performance.
Want to know what a U.S. diplomat does overseas in assignments at U.S. Embassies and consulates? Good news. Stewart Devine, U.S. Department of State (DOS) Foreign Service Officer and Diplomat In Residence, is coming to campus. Stop by the CUE in the morning or come to the Engineering Center for a presentation to learn more about DOS careers.
Homecoming highlight: Homecoming football game
The 2016 Homecoming Game is against Arizona State at Folsom Field. Kickoff is at 6 p.m.