'Stampede': University Of Colorado Gets Its Own BeerAvery Brewing launched a gold lager that features a picture of CU's live mascot, Ralphie the buffalo, on the can.
CU's 'Ralphie' Named One Of The All-Time Greatest College MascotsThe University of Colorado's 1,200-pound live buffalo named Ralphie made the list all-time greatest mascots.
CU Students Invent Device To Make Cyclists More VisibleA group of three engineering students and one business student at the University of Colorado Boulder are using their specialized skills to improve bike safety.
Saving Boreal Toads: 'Purple Rain' Tadpoles Are Growing Up HealthyWildlife officers returned to Chaffee County and were delighted to find thousands of tadpoles they'd released are growing up healthy.
Wildlife Experts Team Up With CU Boulder To Try & Save Boreal ToadsEfforts are underway in Colorado’s High Country to bring back the native Boreal toads.
CU Professor Partners With Lockheed Martin To Study Binary AsteroidsDr. Dan Scheeres was in Japan waiting for an important announcement that took an extra day to come.
CU Research Suggests Marijuana May Motivate Some Users To ExerciseSo much for the sluggish pot smoker, this research suggests the opposite.
VIDEO: Skydivers Land At CU's Folsom Field For Bolder Boulder CelebrationA group of skydivers made an impressive entrance to the Bolder Boulder festivities on Memorial Day.
CU Boulder Police Trying To Identify Man In Indecent Exposure CasePolice need help identifying a man who exposed himself to a woman on the University of Colorado-Boulder campus this past Saturday.
CU Boulder Researchers Head Into Severe Weather To Test Forecasting ToolsSnow and cold aren't the only weather conditions of interest to some in Colorado this week. A group of researchers were in the thick of the storms hitting the Midwest in recent days.
CU Football Coach Could Face Old Foes In Years To ComeIf Mel Tucker is in Boulder for the long haul, the University of Colorado football coach and former Georgia assistant will get to renew acquaintances with a couple Southeastern Conferences foes.
Study: Chemical In Human Sweat Sticks To Indoor Walls At 'Surprisingly High Rates'The main chemical in human sweat, evaporates from the skin and sticks to walls at "surprisingly high rates," researchers say.
Smoking Weed Can Motivate You To Exercise, Colorado Study FindsMixing weed with your workouts could be beneficial, according to a new study.
CU Boulder Engineering Collaborates To Study Tornadoes With DronesThe project is called TORUS, which stands for Targeted Observation by Radars and UAS of Supercells.
Mark Kennedy, CU System Presidential Finalist, Faces Backlash Over Affirmative Action CommentsThe lone finalist in the University of Colorado system presidential search is facing backlash for recent comments he made related to affirmative action.