Boulder Food Rescue bike

Students in Focus: Worried by waste, CU grad founded Boulder Food Rescue

Sept. 14, 2018

To date, the nonprofit Boulder Food Rescue has delivered more than 2.4 million pounds of soon-to-be wasted food, primarily fruits and vegetables, directly to people's doorsteps.

International graduate students Sarah Fahmy and Juan Garcia Oyervides

Students in Focus: How international grad students stay on track, feel at home

Aug. 31, 2018

To help international students navigate graduate school at CU Boulder and to help them feel welcome here, a range of specialized services is available to meet their particular needs.

Rychen Ly with student

Students in Focus: 'The Yuccans' bring nature education to Mesa Verde

Aug. 10, 2018

In June, nine students from CU Boulder gave visitors to Mesa Verde National Park an education in yucca plants and other facets of Colorado ecology.

Lauren Gray and bike with Flatirons in the background

Students in Focus: Pedaling for a purpose

July 12, 2018

This summer, CU Boulder junior Lauren Gray is biking coast to coast, a journey of about 4,500 miles, for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.

Alan Sanchez

Students in Focus: Dreamers get by with a little help from their friends

July 10, 2018

About 100 CU Boulder students are undocumented immigrants with federal DACA status. They're doing amazing things. But planning for the future isn't easy.

Arielle Gold

Students in Focus: Snowboarding medalist does a 180 to chill on University Hill

June 20, 2018

Snowboarder Arielle Gold won a medal at the Olympics in February. This summer, you might see her around campus.

Joy Barber

Class of 2018: Upending racialized stereotypes in news media

May 10, 2018

As part of her studies, Joy Barber focused on the roots of the racialized stereotyped criminal as presented in TV news. As a journalist, she plans to represent minorities in the positive light they deserve.

Nick Monteleone

Class of 2018: Serving others through engineering

May 10, 2018

Nick Monteleone's service, professionalism and academic efforts throughout college earned him the Colorado Engineering Council's silver medal, one of the most prestigious awards offered to CU Engineering graduates.

Aleela Taylor

Class of 2018: Looking toward future as human rights attorney

May 10, 2018

A trip to South Africa last spring gave Aleela Taylor a new perspective on life and the inspiration she needed to chart her future, realizing her passion was to work in civil and human rights.

Emma Wu

Class of 2018: Aiming high academically

May 10, 2018

When Emma Wu stepped onto Folsom Field for commencement, she wore not one but three graduation tassels—white, orange and red—representing three distinct degrees in three different CU Boulder colleges.

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