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CU campuses set new enrollment record
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CU campuses set new enrollment record

Some 66,728 students enrolled at the four University of Colorado campuses for fall 2018, the preliminary figures indicating a new record across the CU system...
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International English Center seeks host families
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International English Center seeks host families

For over 40 years, the International English Center (IEC) at the University of Colorado Boulder has welcomed international teens, undergraduate and graduate...
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What do 250 pieces of plywood make? A Mobius Lynx

What do 250 pieces of plywood make? A Mobius Lynx

At the start of every academic year, CU Denver Student Life and Campus Community hosts New Student Convocation, which serves as the official welcome to all new...
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HHMI fellows join researchers at Harvard and Columbia

HHMI fellows join researchers at Harvard and Columbia

Two CU Denver students are among the 58 top-performing students chosen nationally for the prestigious 2018 Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s (HHMI) Exceptional...
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Blockbuster of a convocation

Blockbuster of a convocation

Until Friday’s ceremony, freshmen Leo Ruffolo and Andy Womer weren’t exactly sure what “convocation” meant. They sure know now.
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Dreamers among us

Dreamers Among Us

About 100 CU Boulder students are undocumented immigrants with federal DACA status. They’re doing amazing things. But planning for the future isn’t easy.
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Students, staff and alumni part of successful U.S. Senior Open operation

Students, staff and alumni part of successful U.S. Senior Open operation

When Colorado Springs hosted 156 of the world’s top seniors golfers and 134,000 fans June 28 through July 1, UCCS staff, students and alumni were among the...
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Video: Tour the new Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center

Video: Tour the new Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center

Ever since a student-led initiative got the ball rolling, anticipation has been building for CU Denver’s very own Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness...
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Student mental health a critical, growing issue

The health and safety of students at CU is a top priority, and with suicide rates on the rise nationally and in Colorado, the Board of Regents last week heard...
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Commencement: A day of academic accomplishment, university pride and joyful

Commencement: A day of academic accomplishment, university pride and joyful celebration

The CU Denver Spring 2018 Commencement took place May 12 at the Tivoli Quad on campus. This year, 1,989 students received the honor and valuable asset of a CU...
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Enhancing cities one parking space and trail at a time

Enhancing cities one parking space and trail at a time

Most students cram a textbook or study guide into their backpacks as they race to class. But Anna Rose Cunningham, a first-year Master of Urban and Regional...
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CU Boulder chancellor, students continuing discussion of CUSG budget

The CU Boulder Chancellor’s office said it is continuing discussions with students;
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Group’s goal: Create a healthy campus culture

Group’s goal: Create a healthy campus culture

For students on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus campus, finding a work-life balance can prove tricky. Between tackling challenging classes...
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President, chancellors decry proposed cuts to federal student aid
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President, chancellors decry proposed cuts to federal student aid

As Congress continues its process of renewing the Higher Education Act (HEA), leadership at the University of Colorado is warning of proposed changes that...
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Chancellor’s Town Hall: How to meet the needs of today’s student

Chancellor’s Town Hall: How to meet the needs of today’s student

“How are we meeting the needs and expectations of our students?” That question provided the foundation for more than 140 faculty, staff and students to...
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CU at the Winter Olympics

CU at the Winter Olympics

The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games begin Feb. 9 and continue through Feb. 25, and the University of Colorado will once again be represented through CU...
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CU Art Museum hosts two new exhibitions
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CU Art Museum hosts two new exhibitions

Draw Me In: The Art of Drawing at the CU Art Museum The CU Art Museum at CU Boulder recently opened two new exhibitions. “Draw Me In: The Art of Drawing at the...
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Students to be focus of February Chancellor’s Town Hall

Students to be focus of February Chancellor’s Town Hall

The UCCS student experience will be the focus of a February Chancellor’s Town Hall meeting. Scheduled for 10 a.m. Feb. 13 in Berger Hall, the town hall will...
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Mechanical engineering students start specialization by building lightsabers

Mechanical engineering students start specialization by building lightsabers

The first mechanical engineering course CU Denver students take teaches them how to do 3D modeling with computer-aided design (CAD). In fall 2017, the course (...
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Incoming journalists are tech savvy but lack 'the basics'

Incoming journalists are tech savvy but lack 'the basics'

Journalists entering the news business today are better trained in video, audio, social media and web skills than they were five years ago, according to a new...
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Alumna, noted author and environmentalist to lead December commencement

Alumna, noted author and environmentalist to lead December commencement

A noted author, professor and early UCCS graduate will deliver the university’s fall commencement address Dec. 15 at the Broadmoor World Arena.
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CU Denver celebrates first named building

CU Denver celebrates first named building

There’s cause for gratitude this holiday season as CU Denver celebrates a $10 million gift and official name for its new landmark, the Lola & Rob Salazar...
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American pre-health undergraduates, international scholars celebrate ISCORE

American pre-health undergraduates, international scholars celebrate ISCORE

Match the academic eagerness of CU Denver pre-health undergraduates with the abilities of distinguished international scholars at CU Anschutz Medical Campus...
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Campus Q&A: What the tax reform would mean for graduate students

Campus Q&A: What the tax reform would mean for graduate students

As a proposed tax overhaul works its way through Congress, CU Boulder Today sat down with Juan García Oyervides, president of CU Boulder's United Government of...
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Regents notes: Student brain injury; new degrees
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Regents notes: Student brain injury; new degrees

Campus leaders say CU Boulder is committed to studying traumatic brain injury and preventing it among students – athletes and non-athletes alike. At the...

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