Camping tent

Head outdoors with equipment rentals from Outdoor Pursuits

July 7, 2022

If you want to rent equipment for camping, backpacking, climbing or other activities, check out outdoor equipment rentals with Outdoor Pursuits.

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science building.

Join CU Night at the Museum July 20

July 1, 2022

Join CU President Todd Saliman and campus chancellors Philip DiStefano, Don Elliman, Michelle Marks and Venkat Reddy at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science for a celebration of alumni and friends.

American Flag flying atop Old Main building

4 things to know before Fourth of July weekend

June 30, 2022

From fireworks to noise ordinances, here are some things to keep in mind as we head into the Fourth of July weekend.

Golden flowers in front of the UMC building

Diversity, equity and inclusion update: June 2022 issue

June 28, 2022

This month’s issue includes a look at Juneteenth, Pride Month, summer UndocuAlly sessions and the campus’s practice of inclusion resources.

Ralphie statue with sunset and mountains in background

CU Boulder offers digital credential in universal design for learning

June 21, 2022

The Office of Information Technology recently launched a Universal Design for Learning micro-credential that offers an introduction to the principles of UDL—a framework that can help participants build flexibility into any learning experience to optimize the success of diverse learners.

The Loggia area outside the University Memorial Center at sunset.

CU Boulder, Anschutz faculty to discuss gun violence in June 28 webinar

June 13, 2022

Faculty experts from CU Boulder and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus will join together in a webinar moderated by Chancellor DiStefano focused on the public health impacts of gun violence. The event—free and open to faculty, staff and students—will include an opportunity for questions and answers.

A copy from the National Archives of the general order that later spurred Juneteenth.

Juneteenth in Colorado

June 13, 2022

The June 19 holiday, Juneteenth, is a time to recognize and celebrate the freedom and self-determination of African Americans and the end of the Civil War. It also provides an opportunity to deepen our understanding of the nation's collective history. For some, this may mean attending an event, listening to a podcast, reading, or having conversations with classmates, colleagues, family and friends.

Chip holding an LGBTQ pride flag

Campus resources available to LGBTQ+ students

June 9, 2022

Every June, CU Boulder celebrates our LGBTQ+ communities during Pride Month. Here are a few of the support services and resources available to students.

bikes on a rack on campus

Tips for biking this summer

June 9, 2022

Summer is a great time to ride your bike, whether you’re looking to get some exercise or commute sustainably. With Bike to Work Day coming up on June 22, here are some tips for biking this summer.

Navajo Nation sign that reads 'Turn around. Stay home'

US life expectancy still falling, Native Americans hardest hit

June 9, 2022

Life expectancy of Native Americans in the U.S. dropped by nearly five years during the COVID-19 pandemic, new research reveals. The study also found that while the rest of the developed world is rebounding in terms of life expectancy, the United States is not.

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