Josh Ney served as an executive advisor to the Herd Leadership Council, amongst countless other roles on campus. The Student Alumni Association bids him farewell and is excited to see him flourish as an emerging leader and Forever Buff.
A team of four engineering undergraduates has undertaken a project to help improve the health of people in Rwanda, among 3 billion people globally who cook and heat their homes with stoves fueled by kerosene, wood, animal dung or coal.
A group of CU Boulder students and staff members met with state lawmakers today in support of additional funding for the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative, a statewide initiative that helps Coloradans pursue academic goals after high school.
Troubled by poor air quality since she was a child growing up in Beijing, Zhen Qu’s career studying air pollution has brought her to CU Boulder, earning a doctorate in mechanical engineering, and soon to Harvard University.
Senior Class Council sat down Eileen Ford to get an inside look at how our winter grads are doing. Ford reflects on her college career, what she’s looking forward to after graduation and dishes advice for new Buffs.
Minnesota native McKinley Wright IV is the All-Pac-12 First Team point guard on the CU men’s basketball team. The 6-foot junior shares his thoughts on toughness, leadership and managing high expectations.