Veteran's Day Ceremony

10 Things to Do This Week: Veterans Day ceremony and more

Nov. 5, 2018

This week brings the Summer Abroad Fair, Open Hack Night, How to Brand Yourself Online workshop, free lunch, Ed Talks, "Suicide: The Ripple Effect" documentary screening, CU on Friday and more.

Rabbi Yisroel Wilhelm speaks at a community vigil honoring those killed in the recent Pittsburgh shooting. Photo by Glenn Asakawa.

Scene at CU: Community vigil, Astronaut Jack Schmitt, more

Nov. 2, 2018

The week of Oct. 29 in photos features a visit with Astronaut Harrison "Jack" Schmitt, a vigil honoring those killed in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, an Engineering pumpkin carving contest, a sneak peek at "Hecuba" and more.

CU men's hockey

12 Things to Do This Weekend: GSA drag show, SoberBuffs, more

Nov. 1, 2018

This weekend brings game night with the SoberBuffs, a queer self-defense class, women's and men's hockey, a world premiere translation of "Hecuba," extreme bowling, free night at Denver Art Museum and more.

Person holds smartphone with Instagram photo in place of real-life scenery

Stress Less: Minimizing the negative effects of social media

Oct. 31, 2018

Social media: a great way to stay connected or a bombardment of news and information? Navigating social media use is all about keeping things in perspective. So how do we do that?

Woman with hands raised in exasperation

Healthy Buffs: 4 steps to minimizing stress in relationships

Oct. 30, 2018

When stress levels spike, our relationships are first in line to feel the impacts. It's important to know how to interrupt the effects of stress before it spreads to other areas of your life.

Scene from Homecoming 2018. Photo by Glenn Asakawa.

Scene at CU: That's a wrap on Homecoming 2018!

Oct. 29, 2018

Another Homecoming of epic proportion is in the books. See the week, celebrating "dear old CU," in photos.

Dia de los Muertos Marigold Parade in Albuquerque, New Mexico

10 Things to Do This Week: Pac-12 movement challenge and more

Oct. 29, 2018

This week brings a panel discussion on impeachment, Global Seminar info sessions, a blood drive, the housing fair, Activate: Burritos & Ballots, a paint-by-numbers event, Day of the Dead celebration and more.

CU Boulder campus on Halloween 2017

9 Things to Do This Weekend: Costume party coffee hour and more

Oct. 25, 2018

This weekend brings tryouts for CU's Bollywood a cappella group; the Homecoming parade, pep rally and football game; a pumpkin patch field trip; volleyball and soccer games; "West Side Story" and more.

Tom Windham

Alumni in Focus: Passion for education born in civil rights struggle

Oct. 23, 2018

Known for creating learning and mentoring communities, Tom Windham credits his experience participating in the 1963 March on Washington for propelling him toward a keen interest in education.

Shaylah Wood, senior electrical and computer engineering major, participates in the UROP Sidewalk Symposium. Photo by Casey A. Cass.

Scene at CU: Research & Innovation Week, ATLAS Research Showcase

Oct. 23, 2018

A recent celebratory week spotlighted some of the university's most compelling research and innovations. From the sidewalk chalk symposium to color-changing tattoo technology, see the week in video and photos.

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