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On Making the Leap: Tips for Being a New Student in Boulder  

August 1st, 2018
new student tips for CU Boulder

The transition into college can be difficult to negotiate, especially coming from Springfield, Missouri to Boulder, Colorado. It would be difficult to imagine two places so opposite to each other. While Boulder may not seem like a big place to everyone; especially when one considers that my hometown of Springfield contains a larger population than Boulder, it was a significant change of pace. So, why does Boulder seem like a colossus compared to Springfield? Perhaps it is because Springfield is such a quiet place, earning the nickname, “the Queen of the Ozarks,” from many of the locals. There... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

November 20th, 2016

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Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

October 13th, 2016

Andjela enjoys slack-lining as we can tell from that big laughing smile of hers. She’s a yoga instructor at heart who loves moving her body to interact with this earth. Her energy and bright spirit shines through when she’s outside doing handstands or trying to master new yoga poses in cool places.  Read More

Boulder #1- Best place to launch Business part II

May 6th, 2015

Hopefully you had a chance to check out yesterdays article highlighting Forbes conclusion that Boulder is the best place to launch a business.  Many out of Towner’s visit the Boulder landscape to report Boulder is primarily a group of environmentally friendly based liberals that all smoke legal pot in excess while chatting and boasting about their latest Marathon times.  The truth is, Boulder is a diverse demographic with many young professionals who more often by percentage (Forbes) than anywhere else successfully start companies that reach outstanding success and international recognition. The... Read More

Where to Record When Trying To Record

November 7th, 2014

The music scene is quite large in popular, but one of the reasons it has so much to offer musically is because the consistent number of bands and artists who continue to arise from this beautiful city. Folk music, dance music, Hip Hop, you name it and Boulder most likely has somebody creating it or working with someone who does craft a particular genre. Most people also record on their own, whether it is through their own computers, a buddy’s makeshift recording studio in their garage, etc. However, there is a place in Boulder that is quite storied in terms of who has recorded there, and... Read More

This Beautiful Boulder Park is Also the City’s Origin Story

July 13th, 2014

Our story begins in the mid 1800’s, when a team of explorers were commissioned to explore the Boulder area. Among these explorers were Zebulon Pike, Stephan Long, and John Fremont. One of Fremont’s men, William Gilpin, told everyone that this particular area had gold. This area was previously considered unfit for settlement, but when gold is involved, people tend to forget about silly things like that. This group of settlers decided to settle in a beautiful area known today as “Settler’s Park,” named for obvious reasons. It’s also pretty obvious why they... Read More

The Mystery and Majesty of Boulder’s Saddle Rock Trail

July 2nd, 2014

Gregory Canyon’s trailhead has seen better days. Currently, it’s actually in the process of seeing better days, because construction vehicles are finally beginning to rebuild the road that was destroyed in last year’s floods. I hadn’t been in the Gregory Canyon area since before Boulder’s big flooding incident, so this road was quite a shock to me, but it was merely foreshadowing what was yet to come on the trail. The Saddle Rock trail looks quite a bit different since the floods. The flooding paved a huge riverbed through the forest area, leaving behind all of... Read More