Occupy Boulder moves to Pearl Street

Beautiful, funky, eclectic, crowded—these are just some of the words that can be used to describe Pearl Street. Now, Pearl Street can add another word to that list: Occupied. On Saturday morning, a group of protesters with the Occupy Boulder movement marched from the corner of Canyon Boulevard and Broadway Street to the lawn of the Boulder County Courthouse on …

Read More »

CU votes to keep investments in Israel, despite complaints from student group

CU is continuing its investments in Israel, despite attempts by a group in support of Palestine to persuade the university to divest. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, the CU Board of Regents voted to continue investments with companies that operate in Israel. The Board of Regents voted 6-1 to continue their support of the CU treasurer’s office and keep the investments …

Read More »

Know your care: Affordable Care Act

"More and more young adults are discovering that they have this opportunity to get on their parent’s insurance. And also that they’ll be able get preventative care without a co-pay."

Read More »

Boulder City Council debate to be held on campus

The University of Colorado Student Government is helping organize a debate between Boulder city council candidates. With the November Boulder city council elections rapidly approaching, CUSG and the University Hill Commercial Area and Management Commission are organizing a debate to be held on campus between potential city council candidates regarding issues that pertain to students. Wednesday’s debate starts at 7 …

Read More »

Students pushed to protest by graphic anti-abortion demonstration

Emotions and tempers ran high Wednesday as more than 50 CU students stood outside Hellems and the UMC in protest of an anti-abortion demonstration on campus. Brought to CU by pro-life organization Justice for All and the CU club League for Life, the anti- abortion display has been causing a stir ever since it first appeared on campus Monday morning. …

Read More »

This is a demo store for testing purposes — no orders shall be fulfilled. Dismiss