Two police vehicles are parked on the CU Boulder campus. (Patrick Campbell)

New member to Community Oversight Board brings student voice to police

March 21, 2023

The Oversight Community Review Board of the CU Police Department continues to provide community benefits by including members with various backgrounds in hiring, policy decisions and more.

Cat laying across a book.

Pick up a book for spring break

March 21, 2023

Pick up one of the University Libraries-curated reading recommendations from the spring break book display at Norlin Library or visit the pop-up table on Thursday, March 23.

Two women talking on a bench.

How to talk to others with a different point of view

March 21, 2023

It can be challenging to talk with people who do not share your point of view. But in these conversations, there are often multiple truths. By acknowledging each other’s perspectives, we can explore differing opinions, learn and grow. Here are some ways to turn those difficult conversations into thoughtful discussions.

The CU women's basketball team celebrates their NCAA win to advance to the Sweet 16. (Tyler Davis)

How sweet it is: Buffs advance with win at Duke

March 21, 2023

The Colorado women's basketball team is headed to the Sweet 16 for the seventh time in program history and the first time in 20 years on the strength of a 61-53 overtime win against Duke. The next game will be against Iowa on March 24.

Madison Cunningham

5 steps you can take to volunteer in Boulder

March 21, 2023

Have you ever considered helping your local community? The Volunteer Resource Center is here to help. Student-employee Madison Cunningham offers tips for getting involved.

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Meet the 2023 CUSG spring election candidates

March 21, 2023

The CU Student Government election kicks off right after spring break. There are four candidates running for the position of representative-at-large and two tickets running for the positions of tri-executive, each with their own initiatives, plans and passions. Learn more about your CUSG candidates and make a plan to vote the week of April 3.

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What to do if you change your mind about a job offer

March 21, 2023

Receiving an offer for a job can feel exciting and rewarding, especially in a competitive job market. You may decide to accept the position even if the job doesn’t match your main interests or goals; however, you may regret the decision if a better opportunity comes along. To avoid reneging on a job offer, consider these recommendations from Career Services.

CU Boulder student leaves for break

Before you leave for spring break

March 20, 2023

Spring break is just around the corner, and many campus services will be reduced throughout the break. Whether you live on or off campus, review some reminders and tips before you leave town.

Students playing a game on Norlin Quad

10 things to do this week: Discover ancient dinosaurs, take a mindful break, more

March 20, 2023

This week brings attention to the farm worker community, sunscreen education, free acupuncture, a soccer match, a barre workout and more.

People receive treatment in a community acupuncture room with recliners.

Attend free community acupuncture clinics in April

March 20, 2023

Acupuncture can help with reducing stress, anxiety, burnout and more. Community acupuncture is practiced in a group rather than a one-on-one setting. Free for faculty, staff and students. First come, first served.