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Get bear safety tips

Sept. 29, 2022

Bears are sporadically seen in the Boulder foothills and, on rare occasions, campus.

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Tips for co-existing with campus wildlife

Sept. 29, 2022

CU Boulder's Environmental Services team offers a few simple reminders about interactions between people and wildlife on campus.

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Sexual misconduct town hall engages campus community in ongoing issue 

Sept. 28, 2022

Campus experts answered questions and broke down the results of the latest campuswide Sexual Misconduct Survey at a town hall earlier this week. Read an overview.

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CU to contribute data to national map that tracks community overdoses

Sept. 20, 2022

CU’s is the first university police department in Colorado to contribute data to the ODMAP project, designed to help public safety and public health agencies detect areas of dangerous drug activity and save lives.

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3 things everyone should know about sexually transmitted infections

Sept. 19, 2022

Whether you’re in a relationship, hooking up or staying single, knowing how to prevent and treat sexually transmitted infections can help you stay safe and healthy. Here are a few things you should know about STIs.

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4 things everyone should know about hazing

Sept. 15, 2022

Sometimes, in our efforts to make fast friends or join a particular group, we can find ourselves in uncomfortable or dangerous situations. Here are four things everyone should know about hazing.

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CU Boulder rolls out new alerts site, emergency notification level

Sept. 14, 2022

Find out what you need to know about CU advisories and a new notification level that provides another way to keep you informed and safe.

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Test of alerts system set for Sept. 15: What to know

Sept. 12, 2022

Campus officials will conduct an alerts test midday Sept. 15. The test involves checking the university’s systems for sending text messages, emails, social media posts, computer desktop alerts and website announcements in the event of emergencies. Learn more about CU Alerts.

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How to recognize and help a student in crisis

Sept. 12, 2022

Faculty and staff can be the first people to notice when a student is going through a tough time. The first step to getting students assistance is by recognizing they need help, and then referring them to Student Support & Case Management. Here’s how.

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3 things to know about COVID in 2022

Sept. 8, 2022

As the global pandemic has stretched on into its third year, many local governments and local health agencies have loosened health restrictions. While life has started to get back to normal in some ways, it’s important to keep yourself informed.

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