CU Boulder student sails at sunset on Colorado lake

Sailing in Colorado? CU club would—if it had boats

Feb. 15, 2017

CU Boulder Sailing Club launches membership drive and crowdfunding effort to raise money for new boats.

Josh Edelmann on CU Boulder's campus

From military service to INVST, student broadens horizons

Feb. 8, 2017

Josh Edelmann finished his six years of service with the U.S. Air Force and enrolled as an undergraduate student at CU Boulder last fall. He wanted to find a sense of camaraderie with his peers at the university that felt similar to what he experienced during his years in the military.

Mitch Utterback along with several other members of armed forces walk in what appears to be a dry climate, out in open space with mountains in the background.

Journalism grad student finds new calling back on the battlefield

Nov. 9, 2016

As an officer in the U.S. Special Forces, Mitch Utterback spent years deployed in conflict zones. Now, he’s training to return abroad as a war correspondent.

CU Boulder senior Safia Malin poses in front of The White House

Internship program places students in Washington, D.C.

Nov. 2, 2016

CU Boulder political science seniors Safia Malin and Dylan Rogers bolstered their education by serving as interns in Washington, D.C., through the CU in D.C. internship program.

Ariana Kolins sits in front of a wall covered in used, empty tea bags

Graduate students push boundaries of creativity in CU's ceramics program

Oct. 26, 2016

The opportunity to learn from renowned faculty in spacious new facilities led MFA students Ariana Kolins and Matt Smith to our interdisciplinary Ceramics Graduate Program. The program is ranked No. 5 in U.S. News and World Report. But students aren’t limited to ceramics. Kolins is working with tea bags while Smith is laser cutting Bible verses in felt.

Austin Braun on the steps of Old Main

CMCI student earns CU Boulder a free CubeSat launch

Sept. 26, 2016

Austin Braun, a junior in the College of Media, Communication and Information (CMCI), recently earned the university a free ride to space for one of its future satellites when he won a naming contest hosted by United Launch Alliance (ULA), the Centennial, Colorado-based aerospace company.

Alondra Palomino on campus

First gen student, Puksta Scholar helps families navigate road to college

Aug. 31, 2016

Making sure Colorado's Latino parents have the information they need to help their children get on the path to college is first generation student and Puksta Scholar Alondra Palomino's passion. And she's taking her educational show on the road.

Michelle Maloy Dillon helps her son Cooper move into the same residence hall she lived in 30 years ago.

Same residence hall, different generation

Aug. 19, 2016

Boulder resident Michelle Maloy Dillon attended CU Boulder in the mid 1980s, moving from New York to live in Baker Hall where she established lifelong friendships over pizza and textbooks. Now, 30 years later, Cooper Dillon is calling Baker Hall "home" for his first year at CU, too.

Keane Southward in front of trail signs

Doing the leg work to write a symphony

May 17, 2016

Anyone living in Boulder, in the shadow of the Flatirons, could understand the allure of taking your work into the mountains. Keane Southard (MMus'11) has a hunch that the wind blowing through the trees, the sound of critters and the very contour of the earth will set a unique scene as he writes his first symphony.

 Grand Canyon

CU-Boulder students selected as Udall Scholars

May 9, 2016

CU-Boulder students Bridger Ruyle and Zhashki (Sasha) Strong have been selected as 2016 Udall Scholars, becoming the ninth and tenth CU-Boulder students to be honored with the scholarship since its inception in 1996.

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