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Cannabis Athlete Research for Holiday Cash

November 24th, 2018

Could you use some extra cash for the holidays? Are you active and consume cannabis? How about just active? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might qualify to participate in ongoing cannabis research right here in Colorado! There are several research studies being conducted throughout the state, and you can find one that fits you best. For any athletes out there who currently consume cannabis or haven’t consumed any cannabis products for the past 6 months, you could qualify for the cannabis activity study! The University of Northern Colorado Sport and Exercise Science Department... Read More

Here’s to getting ahead in your Freshman year

August 5th, 2016

Hey incoming freshman! There are only a couple more weeks until the start of your freshman year aka one of the most exciting years of your life! Oh how I wish I was a freshman again, there would be so many things that I would do over, and so many things I wish I could have done. With that being said, here is a list of seven things you should definitely know before starting the year. When you make your schedule whatever you do, do NOT give yourself an 8 am class. You might be used to getting up early coming out of high school, but trust me you WILL regret it when there is something fun to do the... Read More

Winding Down

April 24th, 2015

It’s hard to believe that another year at CU is coming to an end. With finals around the corner, it’d hard to see the finish line. Think about it this way: There is only one week left of classes, and let’s be real, the last week before finals is all about winding down. Before finals it’s important to find ways to calm and find at least some sort of Zen in the chaos of finals, which for students is a combination of stress, anxiety and nervousness. Around campus though, there are various ways to contrast the chaos with relaxation. Here is a list of the various ways in which students can parallel... Read More

Buffaloes & Social Media

April 3rd, 2015

The use of social media has increased dramatically over the last decade. Our use of smartphones has allowed for mobile marketing and advertising, application creation and innovation, and, on a more individual level, sharing, connecting and expressing. The mobile universe has come to mean community – a worldwide community yes, but also the opportunity for smaller – and a more specific – community. Popular apps such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have allowed CU students to join in on the web of inter-connectivity in the CU community. On Facebook every class has their own Facebook... Read More

Kyle Macintosh: A True Forever Buff

February 6th, 2015

Kyle Macintosh – Best defined as a son, brother, track star, best friend to many and inspiration to all who knew him. During times of heartbreak, it is necessary to match mourning with happy remembrance. After a 13-month battle against cancer, Kyle’s battle ended, but not in desperation; Buffs on the track team continued to remind the CU community of Kyle’s legacy that is marked by happiness, positivity and love. A celebration of life was hosted by a number of his track teammates/best friends on Saturday evening that featured a frame that was signed by those who attended and filled with memories... Read More

CU is Saying, “We Want You to Be A Cultured Buff.”

January 30th, 2015

The University of Colorado Boulder, being an international university, enrolls students from across the globe including South Africa, Kuwait, and Australia. Walking from one class to another, it’s commonplace to hear fellow students conversing in different languages. All of this diversity has contributed to CU’s recognition of having a culturally diverse campus. What American students may not be aware of, however, are the opportunities to become a part of a completely different culture themselves. CU currently sponsors over 300 study abroad programs in over 65 countries. My three roommates... Read More