Jenny Simpson On Her Future: 'I Want To Retire With No Talent Left'Jenny Simpson is no stranger to excelling on the track and setting records.
Students Prepare To Share Success At Collegiate Recovery CenterGreg Benton is getting both a Bachelor's and Master's degree when he graduates from the University of Colorado at Boulder this weekend.
Colorado Researchers Team Up On Gas Leak-Detecting TechnologyOil and gas is one of Colorado's largest industries. Over time, the gap between Colorado communities and those operations has gotten much smaller.
Therapy Dogs Return To Campus Amid Hectic Finals SeasonStudents at the University of Colorado Boulder got some relief from finals from therapy dogs.
Chancellor DiStefano Meets With Student Government Leaders Over BudgetThe chancellor of University of Colorado Boulder continued discussions with student leaders on Monday surrounding the student government's budget.
Graduate Student Wages Could Soon IncreaseFaculty members at the University of Colorado-Boulder are calling on the university to raise pay for graduate students.
'CannaVan' Takes To The Streets To Study Pot & Health EffectsEven though Colorado and many other states have legalized marijuana, federal law still prohibits scientists from studying the drug and its health effects.
CU Allows Drivers To Pay Off Parking Tickets With Food DonationsThe University of Colorado Boulder is bringing back a popular program called Food for Fines.
CU Focuses On Domestic Violence Awareness At Homecoming GameDuring the homecoming game at University of Colorado-Boulder on Saturday, the university took the opportunity to focus on domestic violence awareness.
CU Boulder Welcomes Therapy Dogs Amid Mid-Term SeasonMid-term season can be tough for students and staff.
Investigations Underway After Drone Flies Over CU CrowdSeveral investigations are underway after a video posted to YouTube shows a drone flying over Folsom Field during a CU football game.
Course Fees To Be Eliminated At CU BoulderUniversity of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano says the school is adopting a new program that gets rid of all course and program fees starting next fall.