Our amazing ForeverBuffs share their lives with us.
Read what other Forever Buffs are doing worldwide.
If you listen carefully you can almost hear the “Buffalo Stampede” in the stadium. Our alumni report on their comings and goings as well as personal news.
60s and earlier On May 24, 1962, Scott Carpenter (Aero’49, HonDocSci’00) lifted off from Earth in NASA’s Aurora 7 space capsule mounted atop a Mercury-Atlas rocket at Cape Canaveral, Fla., climbing to roughly 165 miles in altitude. Scott was the fourth American astronaut to fly in space and the second to achieve orbit of Earth.
All the news we’ve heard from the herd lately. Keep us posted with your class notes.
Our Buffs are always busy — you can keep up with their exploits here.
Details, details – all the details of our wide-ranging Forever Buffs.
“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.
Your fellow buffs share the details of their lives.
Buffs, Buffs everywhere! Read about the comings and goings as well as the doings of our illustrious Forever Buffs.
Details, details, details of our colorful Forever Buffs
Details about our Forever Buffs’ lives and times.
All the Buff news that’s fit to print.
Love stories, dorm life and real life – it’s all in CU People.
All the news that’s Buff to print! Check out what your fellow Forever Buffs are doing.
“Field reports” from the far-flung Forever Buffs.
March 2009 – Short reports from our alumni, faculty, staff & students on their doings.