Despite Boulder’s reputation as a liberal enclave, Father Peter Mussett has found his calling ministering to CU students. By Lindsey Nichols.
On the one year anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration, thousands gather in Denver for second annual Women’s March. By Kristin Oh
The role of violence or lack thereof in an activist movement was questioned following a film screening on the Ferguson unrest. By Heidi Harris
A look at statistics regarding deforestation to give perspective and give deforestation’s impact. By Sydney Schrank
Catch up on the CUI’s recent and relevant coverage of diversity developments and progress around campus and in the classroom.
Veterans speak of their dual experience — challenge and triumph — as women military members. By Harley Powell
Inspired by Bernie Sanders, the CU alum looks to increase the voice of the city’s younger population. By Lucy Haggard
National Geographic magazine named Boulder the happiest city in the US in their 2017 survey. By Makenna Sturgeon
A breakdown of the positions of the 14 candidates running for Boulder City Council this November. By Sarah Olick
Three ballot measures could potentially advance last year’s progress towards cleaner energy for Boulder via municipalization. By Eliza Radeka