The recent unexpected and turbulent times have been difficult for many students, but international students have often been met with even more challenges and considerable roadblocks. Chieri Kamada is among them.
Matanya Horowitz's company produces artificial intelligence-aided robots to automate identifying, sorting and processing the myriad items that are collected for recycling—at a rate the company says is twice as fast as humans and 99% accurate.
Biking is a great way to get around campus and Boulder, whether you’re looking to get some exercise or commute sustainably. Learn a little bike maintenance, the rules of the road and more to improve your ride.
She works with a team that helps make the CU Boulder campus home for over 10,000 occupants. She was key in this year's Buffs One Read program. And the grassy areas surrounding Williams Village are among her favorite spots. Learn more about Crystal Lay.
Living with roommates can come with some adjustments, even if you’re living with friends. Whether you’ve had roommates before or are living away from home for the first time, here's what you need to know.
Like many college students, Giovanni Hernandez has a lot on his plate. He’s excelling in challenging engineering coursework as a civil engineering major, with an emphasis in construction engineering and management, and maintaining a 4.0 GPA.
Growing up in Southern California, Holly Hunter faced her share of naysayers. Hunter, who was born 100 percent deaf in both ears, was told by some she wasn't going to be able to keep up in school. But those doubters just served as fuel.