With a population consisting of students from all over the state of Colorado, the country and the world, a representative of almost every religion and culture can be found on CU’s campus. As a public university, CU does not associate itself with any specific religion or culture, but there are many religious campus organizations open to Boulder students.
College is said to be a time for students to explore their individuality and identification, and for some students, religion is a major factor in that discovery. How has religion affected college lives, and vice versa? View CU Independent’s video for answers.
Contact CU Independent Staff Writer Haleema Mian at Haleema.firstname.lastname@example.org.