For Jake Hurysz, February was a good month.
In the annals of CU football, Derek McCartney has a famous name. Now he’s making one for himself.
Val Constien’s (EnvEngr’18) parents never had to tell her to go outside to play.
Elly Goetz (Soc’03) learned the importance of investing in herself and others while growing up. Her parents often took in children whose families needed help and taught her to invest her own resources to help others get what they needed.
Students come and students go, but our alumni are Forever Buffs! Glory Colorado! Nil Sine Numine.
One of Son Nam Nguyen’s (Fin’90) childhood memories is collecting cans off the inner-city streets of Denver to sell for cash when he was 10.
Garrison Roots, a revered sculptor and longtime CU-Boulder professor, had public art installations in cities across
the country. He led the charge and vision for the school’s Visual Arts Complex, even pitching in $5,000 of his own money for its construction.
John Murphy (Mktg’77), David Sosnowski (CivEngr’77) and Dan Park (CivEngr’77) moved to Kittredge in 1973, quickly finding they shared a passion for skiing and adventure, interests that would serve as a foundation for their friendship and formation of a multimillion-dollar business.
Our Buffs are always busy — you can keep up with their exploits here.
Fourth-generation CU alum Alan Cass (A&S ex’63, HonDocHum’99) grew up on campus playing in the ditches and fishing for crawdads in Varsity Lake with strung bacon.
Kelly Heffer Green (Comm’97) may possibly head the most important company of which you’ve never heard.
With creative fundraising and social media savvy, Morgan Heim (MJour’09) is forging a path through the jungle of modern journalism and hopes to save a few species along the way.
Details, details – all the details of our wide-ranging Forever Buffs.
A list of our beloved Forever Buffs attending the great convocation in the sky. If you listen carefully you’ll hear them singing the fight song.
“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” — Dr. Seuss. Here’s some notes that will hope will bring a smile and only tears of joy. Forever Buffs, this is your life.
After more than 9,000 flight hours and 60 years as a pilot, James Patton Jr. (Aero’56) landed at the end of his career where he first took off — on the plane of his childhood dreams.
Kevin Costner isn’t a sports scientist, but he played one on the big screen. Allen Lim (MKines’97, PhDIntPhys’04), on the other hand, is the real deal, and Costner can take some credit for that.
Gourmet food hits the trail Sarah Welton (MBA’07) loved to eat and camp, so she decided to co-found PackitGourmet. “Our family has been canoeing, skiing and camping together my entire life,” she says. “My mother always prepared our meals in the style of what is now PackitGourmet — grab-it-out-of-the-pack bag.” The idea of an online
In October 2008, just a few weeks before Americans elected the country’s first black president, Lewis was inducted into CU’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” – Mahatma Gandhi. September’s list of students on eternal vacation with fellow forever buffs.
Andrew Nelson (BioChem’09) and Leah Feazel (EPOBio, MCDBio’05) were married in Cameroon last summer surrounded by people they had only known for a few weeks.
As director of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and Laboratory of Anthropology in Santa Fe, N.M., Shelby Tisdale oversees 11,500 years of Native American history. The broad collection contains almost 10 million archaeological artifacts and about 75,000 ethnographic materials and fine arts.
Who would have thought that running and wine paired so well? Matt Dockstader (Bus’78) did and in 2004 produced the first Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon.
Your fellow buffs share the details of their lives.
To everything there is a season, even Forever Buffs. Here’s to those who roam now in forever-summer fields. Forever Buffs!
Buffs, Buffs everywhere! Read about the comings and goings as well as the doings of our illustrious Forever Buffs.
After a lifetime of helping others and dreaming about what it would be like to serve in the Peace Corps, Ellie Vaughter’s (Thtr’91, MHum’00) aspiration is finally coming true.
In a male-dominated sports world, Alanna Rizzo (Bus’97, MJour’03) of Fox Sports Net (FSN) stands out in her role as a sideline reporter for the Rockies. But she believes a woman is equally respected and treated in her field if she’s willing to work hard and do her homework.
The list of our Buffs who now have ‘sky seats’ for Folsom Field, we hope they enjoy the view.
Many stories were recounted at the Cross Country and Track & Field Reunion Oct. 22-24 in Boulder to honor both the 2000 women’s cross country team and the 1985 men’s cross country team that finished third nationally.