Steve Lamos, who teaches English, writing and rhetoric at CU Boulder, is also the drummer for '90s rock band American Football, ranked among the “Top 10 All Time” emo bands by Rolling Stone. The group recently reunited and released a second album.
Weather permitting, Facilities Management Outdoor Services will conduct two separate applications of the pre-emergent herbicides Pendulum 2G and Gallery 75DF to limited campus landscape beds beginning March 23 through March 31.
Intended to be an emotionally gripping and intellectually challenging experience, "Theory of Flight" by Anna Lindemann emerges from the integration of music, animation and evolutionary developmental biology. Catch the unique performance April 7 and 8.
Parents, teachers, students and community members are invited to join the April 5 Inside Opt Out community forum to explore what is gained and what is lost when choosing to opt out of standardized tests.
On Wednesday, Jackie Stevens will give a public talk titled "One Dollar Per Day: The Slaving Wages of Immigration Detention" in regard to her ongoing lawsuit against ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) for its exploitation of detainee labor at the GEO Aurora ICE processing center.
When David Pfotenhauer decided to pursue a PhD that would allow him get out into communities and use his knowledge to address public issues, he found his opportunity in the Community-Based Research (CBR) Graduate Fellows program.
Ralphie IV, the university's beloved live buffalo mascot who roamed the sidelines for 10-plus seasons (1998–2008), passed away Sunday morning at the age of 19. Ralphie IV's successor, Ralphie V, is very much in good health and is running strong.