Some CU Students are making a splash in the entrepreneurial world and taking their ideas to market. Learn more about the nLab team in the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship.
Find out what happens when micro-financing and one man’s contribution change the lifestyles of a population.
We have all probably heard the story about the infamous anti-Islam video floating around the web, more specifically on YouTube. It has been said that the result of this video are the recent attacks on American embassies in the Middle East while others believe these attacks are the result of planned terrorism. Whichever way, the […]
Much like the 60′s with the technological progress from radio to television, the 2012 elections serve as a critical waypoint in how candidates interface individuals on both a physical and digital level.
Halloween is over—but the festive fun doesn’t have to end on November 1st. Find out what these folks are doing with their leftover pumpkins.
What it takes to reach central campus from the Engineering Center can sometimes feel equivalent to that of a marathon. Every other day I make the journey east, reaching my class late, completely out of breath, because someone thought that ten minutes was enough time to walk more than a half mile uphill; if it […]
As the gun debate heats up both on campus and around the nation, another variable enters the mix: the validity of online background checks. Ultimately, people in the area need to be able to decide whether they want [the Concealed Carry Act], but background checks are universal said spokesperson Colin Goddard during interview a few […]
Within the last month alone, three CU professors and researchers have been recognized and awarded with honors for their work in their respective ﬁelds. Deborah Jin, adjunct professor in physics and NIST researcher, was awarded the L’Oréal- UNESCO For Women in Science Award. Milos Popobiv, assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering, received the prestigious […]
A double major in engineering and music involves 187 credit hours. Students like Erik Bergal, a junior pursuing a BS in civil engineering and a BA in music, experience four intense years of at least 18 credits per semester plus multiple summer courses. For being such a rigorous program, it is a widely popular field […]
David E. Clough is known to students, among other things, as the Faculty Athletics Representative—the professor who speaks liberally to his classes about CU sports. To me, he was the one who taught the first class of the day my first semester in college.