Jack and Jeannie Thompson

Supporter spotlight: Jeannie and Jack Thompson

Feb. 20, 2020

Longtime College of Music supporters Jeannie and Jack Thompson's most recent gift to the college was given to name the dean’s office in the expanded Imig building in honor of Bruce and Marcy Benson.

Live performance and laser show at Fiske Planetarium

13 things to do this weekend: ‘Stranger Things’ laser show and more

Feb. 20, 2020

This weekend brings The Connection grand reopening, DIY air plants and healing crystals, pizza and basketball, a Zumba party, the Fitness Court Winter Games and more.

CMCI's Nathan Schneider

Seeding scholarship across popular and academic writing

Feb. 17, 2020

In this interview about community-engaged work, find out how CMCI's Nathan Schneider involves community partners in his research that focuses on cooperative enterprises.

Students bowling in the UMC Connection

10 things to do this week: The Connection grand reopening and more

Feb. 17, 2020

This week brings a mac and cheese bar, AR/VR Show-and-Tell, succulent planting and stone decorating, a census info session, a poetry slam, CU women’s lacrosse and basketball games and more.

Young person scrolling on social media

Get smart fast: Your top 3 research stories of the week Feb. 14

Feb. 13, 2020

How social media makes breakups worse, nuclear war and our oceans, bark beetle outbreaks in the state’s beloved forests—here are the CU research highlights you need to know.

Student walking on snowy campus

13 things to do this weekend: Yoga and waffles and more

Feb. 13, 2020

This weekend brings Black Love Skate, a CU on the Weekend lecture: “The Growing Field of Cannabis Research,” women’s basketball games, “Love Letters from Jupiter” and more.

Graduate Liaison Program group

Student liaisons get the word out on Graduate School offerings

Feb. 13, 2020

Liaisons serve as the primary contact for communicating with other graduate students in their representative areas. The liaisons share information about Graduate School events and initiatives, as well as gather ideas from peers about services that would be helpful.

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CU Boulder pioneer was well-versed in love

Feb. 12, 2020

By the time Timothy William Stanton graduated from CU Boulder in 1883, he’d obviously made an impression upon the other six students in his class.

Person cutting up cilantro in kitchen

How to save money by living green

Feb. 12, 2020

Living sustainably often comes with an added bonus—saving money! Here are five ways to lower your costs by living green.

Claire Glover

Carrying the standard of excellence: Alumna Claire Glover

Feb. 12, 2020

For Claire Glover—recipient of the Colorado Music Educator Association’s 2020 Young Music Educator Award—the mentorship she received at the College of Music is key to her success.