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Spring forward: 3 ways to make the most of daylight saving time

March 9, 2022

Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 13. At this time our clocks will roll forward, and we’ll lose an hour of time (sigh). Get tips and reminders to make the most of daylight saving time.

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CU alumni to share their stories March 31

March 7, 2022

CUnique Stories is an event in which storytellers—CU Boulder alumni—share stories about their CU experiences with current community members. Listen to stories about academics, personal growth, activities, activism, connecting with nature, friendships, community and more.

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Talk March 12 to explore camping grounds—public nature in American history

March 7, 2022

A closer look at recreational camping reveals how its history and meanings are far from obvious. In the next CU on the Weekend lecture, Professor Phoebe Young will explore its unexpected and interwoven histories.

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Make a ‘womxn’ appreciation card March 8

March 7, 2022

Show love and support for a friend, loved one or mentor by making a card and celebrating International Women's Day—from noon to 2:30 p.m. at the Dennis Small Cultural Center. The event is free and open to all students, faculty and staff.

A Protect Our Herd–face covering required sign at the entrance of Farrand Field

COVID-19 campus update: March 3 issue

March 3, 2022

This last issue of the COVID-19 weekly update for the spring 2022 semester summarizes the campus shift to a mask-optional environment.

A young woman plays a game of Wordle with a dog on her lap

What the Wordle trend can teach us about language and technology

March 3, 2022

Computational linguist Alexis Palmer spoke with CU Boulder Today about the popular online word game, strategies to win and how Wordle offshoots could benefit lesser-known languages.

Bud Coleman holds the mace during the 2018 commencement ceremony

Meet the commencement marshal Bud Coleman

March 3, 2022

Bud Coleman relishes his role as the leader of the campuswide commencement ceremony. He discusses what it's like to lead––plus his favorite parts of––the event. He also shares background on some of the commencement traditions, including the mace and academic hoods.

A Kid Protesting against the War in Ukraine

5 things you need to know about the Russia-Ukraine war

March 2, 2022

CU Boulder experts in Russia and Ukraine share insights into what has led to the crisis, how citizens of both countries are reacting, what effect economic sanctions could have on both Russia and the West and how Americans can help from afar.

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Menstrual hygiene products more widely available across CU Boulder campus

March 2, 2022

In another ongoing effort to address health and wellness needs across the university, CU Boulder is taking action to make menstrual hygiene products more widely available in public restrooms. Students have been key in the program.

Stanley McChrystal speaks in Macky Auditorium

Stanley McChrystal shares insights on Ukraine invasion, leadership in uncertain times

March 2, 2022

This year's Leo Hill Leadership speaker, a retired four-star general and former special ops commander, discussed leadership in times of uncertainty and shared his perspective on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in front of an audience of more than 1,000 students and community members.

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