Jeff Diener (EPOBio’92) photographed this hiker exploring “The Wave,” a stunning rock formation on the border of Utah and Arizona.
This distinctive Tuscan-influenced cupola on Libby Hall is highlighted by heavy snow on the Flatirons. Casey A. Cass
David Litschel (Art’74) photographed this traditionally dressed Maasai youth watching a herd of cattle in Sinya Private Wildlife Conservancy outside of Arusha in northern Tanzania.
A gorgeous view of the Flatirons from Chautauqua.
Greg Summers (Econ’70) captured this scene at Sawhill Ponds, five miles east of Boulder, as the sun rose on May 17, 2001.
CU’s mascot, Ralphie V takes the field, inspiring a new generation of Forever Buffs.
The University Theatre is one of the buildings surrounding the Quadrangle on the CU-Boulder campus.
Kevin Moloney (Jour’87) captured this scene in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park on the border of Utah and Arizona while on assignment for The New York Times.
All the images from the 2001 March Coloradan
Alan DeGrand (EnvDes’10) captured this rare view of a snow-covered Florence, Italy, while studying abroad there in 2009. He took the photograph after hiking to the Piazzale Michelangelo for its view of the historic center.
The majestic Flatirons are a backdrop for the new Center for Community building, which houses 12 student services offices, a parking garage and a 900-seat state-of-the-art dining facility that serves 5,500 meals per day. Casey A. Cass
Casey A. Cass captures Old Main and the Flatirons on a fall day.
Lucas Gilman (Jour’00) captures Sean Tonozzi as he floats through fields of fresh powder after a bountiful winter storm in the Jackson Hole, Wyo., backcountry. Cold Wyoming temperatures keep the snow fluffy — ideal for powder-hungry skiers.
All the images included in this issue.
A gorgeous aerial view of the University of Colorado with the Flatirons for a backdrop.
Xiaomei Chen (MAnth’06) captures a slice of Americana as Bill Smith, left, and Ryan Hysell watch the Albany Independent Fair’s derby on Friday, Sept. 7, 2007. She says a demolition derby usually consists of five or more drivers competing by deliberately ramming their vehicles into one another. The last driver whose vehicle is still operational wins. Both observers said it was the best derby in Athens County, Ohio.
The late afternoon sun shines on Norlin Library amid the tranquility of summer. Above the entrance reads, “Who knows only his own generation remains always a child.” Glenn Asakawa
Thirty years after he went on a photographic journey to the Cambodia of “The Killing Fields,” Jay Mather (Geog’69) returned to the country in 2009 to see what had changed.
The majestic snow-covered Flatirons are a breathtaking backdrop with Old Main in the foreground. Photo by Casey A. Cass
While crossing the Salar de Uyuni in southwest Bolivia, Judd Rogers (IntlAf’02, MBA ’09) stopped to take a picture of a tourist amid a surreal landscape that many compare to a Salvador Dalí painting. During the wet season in February, a thin sheet of water glazes over part of the largest salt flat in the world, which covers more than 4,000 square miles and sits at 12,000 feet. It is still drivable as long as you don’t mind the corrosive consequences to your car.
Subzero temperatures didn’t keep photographer Lucas Gilman (Jour’00) and professional skier Trevor Hiatt inside on Jan. 16, 2008. Hiatt got some top-notch flight time in the Grand Targhee, Wyo., backcountry. Large amounts of snow and severe avalanche conditions made backcountry travel hazardous, but the big cliffs and light snow were just too alluring to pass up, Gilman says.
A bicyclist practices his moves in front of the Hale Science building on July 15, 2009. Glenn Asakawa
Boulder Camera photographer Cliff Grassmick (Jour’82) captured this scene in a park in Xian, China, one morning in 1997. People were in the park doing tai chi, dancing with fans and reading the newspaper. Grassmick was exploring China while serving as photo instructor with the Semester-at-Sea Program.
All the images that appeared in the June 2009 print edition as well as some that we didn’t have room for.
All the images that appeared in the March 2009 print edition as well as some that we didn’t have room for.