Congratulations to the 29th pick in the first round of the NBA draft, Derrick White! We'll be cheering for you from Boulder. #GoBuffs
Congratulations to the 29th pick in the first round of the NBA
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Jay Campbell
Do you have an amazing photo of CU or Boulder? Enter for your chance to have your image featured in our 2018 Forever Buffs: University of Colorado Boulder Alumni Wall Calendar. Four winners will receive a framed print of their image, a gift card to the CU Book Store and more!

The Photo Craft Imaging Photo Contest closes Friday.

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Raka Ghosh-Dastidar
Stephanie Bradford
Kyle Benjamin
Summer is here and campus looks amazing under the blue sky. Happy summer solstice, Buffs!

Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado
Summer is here and campus looks amazing under the blue sky Happy summer solstice Buffs
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Mike McAfee
Mel Weinberger
Astronomer Doug Duncan has some advice about this summer's total eclipse: Don't miss it.
Astronomer Doug Duncan has some advice about this summer's total eclipse: Don't miss it

American Eclipse

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Dave Mozealous
Taylor Deems
NASA's MAVEN Mission to Mars led by Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics and the University of Colorado Boulder hits a happy milestone today: 1,000 days of orbiting the Red Planet. Learn more: [ Goo.gl Link ]
NASAs MAVEN Mission to Mars led by Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space
Dave Mozealous
Chris Jacobsen
Erik Rasmussen
Teenagers and young adults think and act differently from grownups. CU scientist Marie Banich is helping us see why.
Teenagers and young adults think and act differently from grownups CU scientist

Mysteries of the Teenage Brain

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Lauren Jackson-Beck
Alexis Wallin
Mark Leinwetter
Unless you are intimately familiar with the inner workings of the University of Colorado, you likely don't know the name John Templeton.

But if you have attended even a few events on campus over the years β€” from football games to the Conference on World Affairs to major concerts to poetry readings β€” you have almost assuredly seen and/or heard Templeton's work.

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Bryan Bakke
Plans to construct a new facility for the CU Engineering @ Boulder are taking flight. The CU Board of Regents has approved construction of a new 139,000-square-foot aerospace engineering building. The building will help the college enhance its reputation as a national leader in aerospace education and research.
Plans to construct a new facility for the CU Engineering Boulder are

New flagship aerospace facility approved by CU regents

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Matt Cavalier
Scott Ehrlich
Will Americans eat insects? Dave Baugh (Mgmt’10) and his identical twin brother, Lars, a graduate of The University of Arizona, are betting on it.
Will Americans eat insects Dave Baugh Mgmt10 and his identical twin brother

Superfood

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Jason William Davis
Ramiro Gonzalez
Jeff Ericson
Do mermaids exist? We can't get enough of this response from the CU Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences!
Do mermaids exist We cant get enough of this response from the
Thomas Morgan
Larry Ware
Bethany Baker
Last week we welcomed 55 Denver high school students for hands-on engineering design experience and the chance for a $2,500 scholarship.​
Last week we welcomed 55 Denver high school students for handson engineering

EngiNearMe: Bringing Engineering to Denver High Schoolers

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For centuries eyes have been considered β€œwindows to the soul,” their expressions looked upon intuitively as clues to the emotional state of the beholder. New research by scientist Daniel Lee suggests those widened or squinted eyes (and the raised or furrowed brows that often come with them) originated as much more than social cues.

In fact, they probably helped the human race survive.

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June 12, 2017 The University of Colorado has treated the issue related to former Coach Joe Tumpkin with the seriousness and deliberation it demands. We have engaged nationally recognized experts to help determine what happened and advise us on what we should do about it. We are releasing a full, fin...

Statement from University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson on Joe Tumpkin matter

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Christopher Simmons
Urie Nation
For years, the Taliban banned music in Afghanistan. Now the country has its first all-female orchestra β€” and Allegra Boggess (Mus'07) to thank.

Read more about Allegra in the Summer issue of the Forever Buffs: University of Colorado Boulder Alumni Coloradan Magazine.
For years the Taliban banned music in Afghanistan Now the country has

Girl Power

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Project Strong Girls
Julia Sandidge
Offshore wind turbines built according to current standards may not be able to withstand the powerful gusts of a Category 5 hurricane, creating potential risk for any such turbines built in hurricane-prone areas, new research shows.
Offshore wind turbines built according to current standards may not be able

Offshore wind turbines vulnerable to Category 5 hurricane gusts

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Med Bennett
Damian Wang
Go Buffs to freshman Madison Boreman of Colorado Buffaloes Track & Field/Cross Country for her second place finish in Steeplechase at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships!
Go Buffs to freshman Madison Boreman of Colorado Buffaloes Track FieldCross Country
Michael Romero
Stephanie Corbett Pomponio
Folsom Field is ready to welcome Dead & Company to Boulder!

Have you ever attended a show at Folsom? Tell us about it!

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Folsom Field is ready to welcome Dead Company to Boulder
Christopher Griffin
Jimmy Martin
Dennis Farias
Madeleine MacGregor, age 4, and Chip The Buffalo are helping us celebrate the 125th anniversary of the University of Colorado Law School. Madeline is the daughter of second year Law student Gregor MacGregor.

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Madeleine MacGregor age 4 and Chip The Buffalo are helping us celebrate
Gregor MacGregor
Fadheela Alsaeed
Lace up your running shoes, Buffs. It's Global Running Day and a beautiful day to explore campus!

Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado
Lace up your running shoes Buffs Its Global Running Day and a
Shelby Javernick
Allen Burks
Emma Kathryn
Dead & Company are returning to Folsom Field for two shows, June 9 and 10! Our campus community should plan accordingly for parking, traffic and transit impacts, with closures beginning at 1 p.m. on Friday, June 9.
Dead Company are returning to Folsom Field for two shows June 9

Traffic, parking impacts from summer concerts at Folsom Field

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Mohamed Azuz
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