CU is planning to give the Kittredge West residence hall an extreme makeover.
A visit this week from the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism
and Mass Communication is one of potentially significant impact upon CU's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Though CU is sometimes reputed to be a place of privilege and wealth, the walls beyond UMC room 247 have been telling a different story this week.
CU is contacting the students studying abroad and is awaiting more information following a massive earthquake.
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This week in Boulder: food, free movie screenings, "Real World" auditions and CU Independent’s own party that you can’t miss.
Environmental efforts at the University of Colorado at Boulder have funded hundreds of thousands of dollars in sustainable renovation and development and yet they may face a cut in funding.
Democratic senators are staying optimistic that Colorado Senate Bill 126 will continue showing success.
After a day of hard work on the slopes of Park City, Utah, the CU ski team has managed to put themselves into a 2nd place position at the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association Championships.
With social commentary, a giant nasty Gruffalo, and of course, the latest Pixar creation, Oscar animated shorts aren’t your average Sunday morning cartoons