Student groups gathered to watch live updates of the 2018 midterm election and shared thoughts on ballots and officials.
Students and community members highlighted access to information and political knowledge as important factors for voter turnout. By Robert Tann
CU Student Government and other groups are frustrated that the student position was not selected in good faith by the regents. By Lucy Haggard
The order comes as Boulder police look into an assault reported the night that multiple students were drugged at parties on The Hill.
The Langar brought hundreds of individuals together to learn about Sikhism and experience aspects of Sikh culture. By Dustin Martinez
The two parties, with seven candidates in total, will race for five available seats. Voting is Oct. 29 through Nov. 1. By Lucy Haggard
Protesters called for more accountability from fraternities, the university, and their peers to create a safer culture. By Robert Tann
The Vermont senator joined Jared Polis, Joe Neguse and more to encourage young people and the community to vote. By Claire van Zwieten
Two women who attended parties last night were hospitalized for being drugged. It’s unclear if the incidents are related. By Lucy Haggard
Several instances of trespassing and burglary in the Engineering Quad residence halls have residents concerned. By Robert Tann