After the shuttle Atlantis landed one final time earlier this summer, space shuttle flights as we know them have seemingly come to an end. A new era of commercialized manned spaceflight is beginning, and CU-Boulder is determined to continue to lead the rapidly evolving industry. Wherever this new era takes the country, The University of Colorado, Boulder’s Aerospace Engineering Sciences department will continuously provide the quality education, hands-on learning, and cutting-edge research that will meet and surpass the needs of the aerospace industry.
Eric Wang is a second year master student, studying Journalism. During the past two semesters, Wang has been exploring the media realm and has learned about the history, traditions, systems and current developments within the American Media Communication. Wang has completed various pragmatic work and has a wide array of skills through training as a photographer and working as a reporter. During the summer, Wang spent three months working as an intern at TBWTV in Los Angeles and hopes to be a professional journalist in the future.
Student government allocated $17.7 million in student fees for the 2013-14 fiscal year to 15 CU Boulder departments Wednesday and Thursday nights in an annual public discussion that lasted over 12 hours.
The total budget is higher than fiscal... read more »
The University of Colorado men’s basketball beat the Arizona Wildcats 71-58 Thursday, healing a wound the left after teams’ previous encounter.
The last game on Jan. 3 was close, but ended with a ‘no’ call from the refs after a three... read more »