Join the CU Boulder campus in honoring our newest graduates at the spring commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 10, where 8,163 degrees will be awarded.
Need a break from studying, or maybe a caffeine refuel before you get back to hitting the books? This week brings to campus an array of events to help you cross the semester finish line.
A new aeroponic garden in the Village Center Dining and Community Commons is the first in the nation to provide diners with fresh greens grown on site in a high-tech greenhouse attached to a dining hall.
The struggles and accomplishments of our trailblazers serve as both reminder and inspiration of the work we still need to do.
Think about it: Google has access to your thoughts, your daily movements and now even your home (see below). Is the company known for its colorful logo, office slides and goofy Vince Vaughn movie, really a sinister plot by co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page to take over the world?
As with any form of monetary solicitation, crowdfunding has its perils and setbacks. Let's walk through the three deadly mistakes entrepreneurs make with crowdfunding.
President William LaForge and Mayor Billy Nowell came out to Bear Pen Park on Saturday, Nov. 16, to have some friendly competition. The competition included two teams...
On Tuesday, Oct. 29, a student dressed in blackface and performed a number from “Sister Act” on stage as part of the SGA Lip Sync Competition and Cookout.
The week in photos and video brought glimpses of student innovation at the ATLAS expo, Chip visiting 9News to promote College Friday, 16,000 copies of this year's commencement program being printed, highlights shared by you and more.
Motivated to share her wilderness experience and passion for science, Megan Blanchard co-founded Girls on Rock, a tuition-free wilderness excursion for high school girls in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
When it comes to cooking burgers, why innovate? For Chef Christopher Klocke, a key driver behind inventing new recipes is environmental sustainability. Learn more and get the recipes.
In case you missed the CU Boulder Police Department active harmer training sessions in February, here's what you need to know. Also, CUPD has announced four additional classes scheduled for April 26.
As detailed in the popular infographic below, here are the 9 common mistakes entrepreneurs tend to make when they go into business.
Pipeline Fellowship is an angel investing bootcamp for women that “works to increase diversity in the U.S. angel investing community..."
As Congress continues to debate whether or not to authorize a strike against Syrian President Bashar Assad, I can’t help but ponder the ramifications should the U.S. take...
Though Pwani University is growing, they are unable to fully stock their brand new library. Typically, an alumnus would donate the funds necessary to stock a university library, but unfortunately this young university has not yet accumulated a generous alumni board...