One plans to inspire teens in music. Another aims to change the world through physics. Still another is cooking up snappy advertising slogans sure to be remembered. This winter’s outstanding graduates reflect the best of CU-Boulder, from their passion for a field of study to their desire to share their knowledge and make the world a better place.
Not a lot going on in the finals-ridden campus this week, but make sure to keep it quiet out of respect for your fellow Buffs still studying for exams. That said, the city of Boulder is hosting many student-friendly events, so get up and at 'em!
In 2015, members of CU-Boulder's community again stood out by winning prestigious prizes such as the Pulitzer, getting up close and personal with Pluto and hosting high profile events that attracted attention around the globe to our beautiful Boulder campus.
Happy last week of classes, Buffaloes, and Happy Hanukkah to the Jewish Buffs out there! This week's events include Ignite Boulder, a Shabbat dinner, free fitness classes at The Rec and everyone's favorite Late Night Breakfast.
University of Colorado Boulder scientist Steven Maier, who discovered a brain mechanism that not only produces resilience to trauma but aids in coping with future adversity, has won the 2016 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Psychology. The award is among the most prestigious in the field of psychology and comes with a no-strings-attached $100,000 prize.
Hello, everyone. I hope you all had a lovely Thanksgiving and fall break. This week's events include a public lecture on the mysteries of the Northern Lights, a screening of the holiday movie "Elf" and the CU Swing Dance Winter Formal.
Hello and happy almost-Thanksgiving break. Push through until the end, people! This week's events include the annual Veterans Day ceremony, CU vs. USC football game and a lecture on the Grimm brothers fairytales.
Exciting news for you all: A-Basin and Loveland are now open for the 2015–16 ski season! The arts and sciences take center stage on our list of events this week to help you mellow out and refocus after a lively Halloween.