Whether it’s going to the gym, playing sports or walking across campus, sometimes injuries can happen. Physical therapist Annie Sirotniak provides tips on how to prevent injuries and what to do if they occur.
Mike Barnett is on a mission. The long-time rock drummer—recognizable in the halls of Imig Music by his long hair and all-black attire—wants students at CU Boulder to recognize that they have a role to play in the world around them. That they have a voice that can—and should—be a part of the national cultural and political dialogue.
On Thursday, Nov. 3, your No. 23 Colorado Buffaloes will be in the national spotlight as they host Pac-12 opponents UCLA on Fox Sports 1. While minimal disruptions outside of those usually associated with gameday activities are anticipated, members of the campus community should review their main campus plans for the day and be prepared.
The opportunity to learn from renowned faculty in spacious new facilities led MFA students Ariana Kolins and Matt Smith to our interdisciplinary Ceramics Graduate Program. The program is ranked No. 5 in U.S. News and World Report. But students aren’t limited to ceramics. Kolins is working with tea bags while Smith is laser cutting Bible verses in felt.