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Some cool University of Colorado images:

Colorado – Boulder: UC-Boulder: Old Main
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The Old Main was completed on April 18, 1876, a few months before Colorado became a state. When the University of Colorado opened, it barely filled Old Main. The entire university was housed there, including classrooms. The first CU president, Joseph Sewall, lived with his family in the basement of the Old Main until the President’s House was constructed in 1884.

Although plans were made to demolish Old Main in the 1920s, a full structural reconstruction was made instead. In the 1980s it was refurbished from top to bottom. An elevator was installed, the old chapel was restored, and the CU Heritage Center was opened on the third floor. The Heritage Center portrays the university’s history through photographs, displays, and changing exhibits. Appropriately, what was once CU’s first collegiate department, now the College of Arts and Sciences, also has its offices in Old Main.

The University of Colorado at Boulder, known as CU-Boulder or CU, is the flagship university of the University of Colorado system and was founded five months before Colorado was admitted to the union in 1876. Comprising nine colleges and schools, the university offered over 150 academic programs, enrolled 28,988 students, and granted 6,781 degrees in 2007.

Colorado – Boulder: UC-Boulder – University Theatre
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The University Theater Building, was originally built in 1904 as the Buckingham Library, the first dedicated university library. Named after Charles G. Buckingham, Boulder banker and benefactor of the University, it served in that funciton until 1939 when Norlin Library was constructed.

The University of Colorado at Boulder, known as CU-Boulder or CU, is the flagship university of the University of Colorado system and was founded five months before Colorado was admitted to the union in 1876. Comprising nine colleges and schools, the university offered over 150 academic programs, enrolled 28,988 students, and granted 6,781 degrees in 2007.

Colorado – Boulder: UC-Boulder – Carlson Gymnasium
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Carlson Gymnasium was built to the design Charles Klauder in 1924.

The University of Colorado at Boulder, known as CU-Boulder or CU, is the flagship university of the University of Colorado system and was founded five months before Colorado was admitted to the union in 1876. Comprising nine colleges and schools, the university offered over 150 academic programs, enrolled 28,988 students, and granted 6,781 degrees in 2007.