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    CU exceeds $1B in sponsored research funding, $500M at Boulder campus last year

    The University of Colorado surpassed $1 billion in sponsored research funding across all of its campuses, with the Boulder campus making up $507. Full Story
    CU Boulder joins national bid to stream eclipse from research balloons
    Seeing the Great American EclipseBoulder County today will experience a 93 percent solar eclipse, and there are several programs being offered to the public in conjunction with the occasion — even though the total eclipse will not touch within Colorado's boundaries. Full Story

    CU Boulder's Center for Environmental Journalism celebrates its 20th anniversary
    The University of Colorado's Center for Environmental Journalism has been around for a quarter of a century as of this month, and the celebration is bringing some prestigious journalists to campus. Full Story

    Heads up, Boulder: CU students move in next week
    Buckle up, Boulder. No, really, securely fasten your seat belts because you soon will be idling in your Subaru, stuck behind droves of panicked families whose vision will be obstructed by stockpiles of ramen and room freshener piled higher than their rearview mirrors. Full Story

    CU regents seek greater representation on presidential search committee
    A few doors down from University of Colorado President Bruce Benson's Denver office, CU Regents on Wednesday discussed details of a search committee that one day will be tasked with finding the next university president. Full Story

    CU regents propose required civic literacy course that would teach the Constitution
    Inspired by a volatile political climate, a handful of University of Colorado regents hope to implement a civic literacy requirement to educate the college's students on the founding principles of the United States. Full Story

    CU Boulder to close one lane of Regent Drive on Friday
    One lane of Regent Drive near the University of Colorado will be closed on Friday due to construction work. Full Story

    A Russian exile, a janitor and Buffs fanatics: Boulder home houses 4 CU generations
    Bill Tepley, 57, remembers all the marches across the University of Colorado Varsity Bridge on his way to Buffs football games when he was a kid, marveling at the leaves falling on the sidewalks his grandfather helped build. Full Story

    'He always thought life was wonderful': CU Boulder student killed in crash
    Well before Konrad Zajkowski was a student at the University of Colorado, he kept an aerial photo of Boulder in his room in Roselle, Ill. Full Story

    Boulder researchers at center of eclipse-focused studies
    The first total solar eclipse to sweep the contiguous United States in nearly a century is being viewed by scientists as an opportunity to apply the latest tools of technological inquiry to an age-old phenomenon, to learn more about the universe in which we live. Full Story

    Emma Coburn claims gold, breaks own American record at World Championships
    When Emma Coburn became the first American woman to medal in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the 2016 Rio Olympics, she set a national record along the way while bringing home bronze. Full Story

    Eyes skyward, Boulder County preps for brush with total eclipse
    It was about five years ago that the phones started ringing in Casper, Wyo., from people looking to book rooms — lots of them — starting the third week in August 2017. Full Story

    'I'm not just a brute': CU Boulder football player's heart rests in singing
    Chance Lytle, an offensive lineman for the University of Colorado football team, knows better than anyone that the acoustics in the Buffs' locker room showers are fantastic. Full Story

    CU Boulder researcher uses turkey DNA to shed light on ancestral Pueblo people
    DNA from domesticated turkeys has been used to track the mass exodus of ancestral Pueblo people from Mesa Verde in the late 13th Century to the northern Rio Grande north of Santa Fe, N.M., according to a University of Colorado news release. Full Story

    Native American high school students nationwide supported in CU Boulder program
    Dillen Peace, a 20-year-old from a Navajo Nation reservation in Arizona, said he wouldn't be forging his path at Dartmouth College without the support of a University of Colorado program designed to prepare Native American students for college. Full Story

    Girls on Fire summer camp at CU Boulder fans flame of coding for young women
    As deadline loomed, a room full of young, technology-minded girls wound into a frenzy they compared in intensity to the ending of the reality show "Cupcake Wars." Full Story

    Dog's-eye view: CU Boulder wants humans to experience secret life of pets
    In the dog days of summer, it's worth asking: what is a dog's day really like? A new grant awarded to the University of Colorado's Alliance for Technology, Learning and Society Institute is hoping to answer that and similar pet-related queries by combining bright, young minds and trend-setting wearable technologies. Full Story

    CU Boulder instruments destined for space station reach Florida
    A solar instrument package designed and built by the University of Colorado and seen as key to monitoring the Earth's climate has arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida in preparation for a launch in November. Full Story

    CU Boulder names new assistant vice chancellor for media relations
    Candace Smith has been named the new assistant vice chancellor for strategic media relations at the University of Colorado. Full Story

    D.R.A.M. headlining CU Boulder Welcomefest concert
    University of Colorado students are sure to get a helping of vegetables with the announcement of the headliner for the annual Welcomefest concert. Full Story

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    College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

    Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

    After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

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    College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

    Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

    After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

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    Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

    The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story

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