Katie Griffin Profile

After making her first appearance of the season against Mississippi, senior communications major Katie Griffin is ready to lead the CU women’s soccer team into action.


Profile of CU soccer's Nikki Marshall

The goal for many freshman athletes is just to see the field at some point in the season. However, freshman soccer player Nikki Marshall is setting a trend of dominating it every game.

Just ask the players and coaches at Clemson University, who witnessed the young athlete’s record-setting performance on Sept. 1.


More fans playing well with others

After thorough efforts by both universities, CU and Colorado State student rivals paid more respect to each other than usual at Saturday’s Rocky Mountain Showdown at Invesco Field.


Putting in your time

Graduation may be far away for most CU students, but preparation for the real world begins long before commencement. Internships, although often unpaid and difficult, play a valuable role in the opportunities graduates find when they leave the halls of the university.


Remembering 9/11

At noon Monday at the Wolf Law Building the CU Law Alumni Board and the School of Law held a remembrance ceremony to honor the victims of Sept. 11.


CU 101

A new CU class called CU 101, designed to help students adjust to life in a university, is in its experimental stage this semester.


Fall fashion preview

This fall there is a trend for every mood. Feeling glamorous? Step out in fur, faux fur, or flirty layers. Feeling a little fun and exotic? Funky colored ballet flats, animal print, and leggings are all the rage. And for those classic, chic days, go for a retro or plaid look.


White walks

In yet another development in the University of Colorado’s quarterback circus, the team received word Sunday that junior quarterback Brian White has left the team.

“He quit today,” head coach Dan Hawkins said. “He just told me he is hanging it up.”


On your best behavior

Fan behavior and enjoyment were at a high Saturday during the first Rocky Mountain Showdown at a neutral site in three years.

The tension mounted as thousands of fans from CU and Colorado State University converged and chanted their school fight songs within the gates of Invesco Field for the state’s football bragging rights.


Your take: How has 9/11 affected you?

The fifth anniversary of September 11 will be commemorated throughout the country today. Although New York is many states away, the repercussions of the terrorist attacks have created great changes in Boulder.