Jenna Whiteplume

First student benefits from Colorado American Indian tuition law

Oct. 10, 2021

Jenna Whiteplume is the first CU Boulder student benefitting from the Colorado American Indian Tribes In-state Tuition law. Colorado passed Senate Bill 29 earlier this year, granting in-state tuition to members of American Indian tribes with historical ties to Colorado.

The memorial service for Teri Leiker is held at the CU Events Center on April 9, 2021.

Campus remembers shooting victims

April 16, 2021

For more than a decade, generations of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff made acquaintance with one of the best friends they could ever have. And through the support of people around the country, her legacy will live on for years to come.

Little Man Ice Cream in Denver, closed temporarily during the pandemic.

Colorado economy to gain jobs in 2021, but fall short of full recovery

Dec. 7, 2020

Colorado will gain jobs in 2021, but it will not be able to make up for the economic losses brought by the global COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new Leeds School of Business report.

Larimer Square, Denver.

Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Nov. 10, 2020

Colorado business is showing more signs of a recovery from the COVID-19 economic slump, according to a new CU Boulder report.

A stock image of a man in a hazardous materials suit reading a newspaper.

Fake COVID-19 news makes you want to treat yourself on the cheap

Oct. 13, 2020

People exposed to fake news during the already uncertain COVID-19 era are simultaneously compelled to treat themselves and to try to save money, according to new research.

A man leaves a Denver business wearing a mask.

Colorado business sentiment negative but improving

Oct. 2, 2020

Colorado business optimism continues to recover from historic lows but it is still not back into positive territory, according to a new report.

An oil and gas well.

Costs of oil and gas setbacks minimal but increase beyond 1,500 feet

Sept. 9, 2020

Requiring 1,500 feet between oil and gas operations and buildings or waterways would have minimal impacts on oil and gas availability, according to a new study from CU Boulder and Colorado School of Mines.

A business closed during the COVID lockdown.

Colorado to lose 128,500 jobs in 2020, report forecasts

Aug. 13, 2020

The Colorado economy will lose thousands of jobs in 2020, according to a new report from the Business Research Division at CU Boulder's Leeds School of Business.

An office building in Denver, Colo.

Worst of Colorado recession may be behind us, new report shows

Aug. 5, 2020

The worst of the COVID-19-induced recession may be in the rear-view mirror for Colorado businesses, according to a University of Colorado Boulder report Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold released on Aug. 5.

Mount Evans.

Patty Limerick named to state Geographic Naming Advisory Board

July 31, 2020

Patty Limerick, faculty director and chair of the board of CU Boulder’s Center of the American West, will play a central role in Colorado’s historic effort to reassess names of state landmarks.