Boulder City Council decisions regarding co-op housing must reflect students’ needs as rent prices rise. By Kaley LaQuea
Offensive costumes seen as humorous on Halloween are harming the minority communities they mock. By Maxwell Sendor
It’s simple — there is no longer a plane of rational discussion between Republicans and…
Football is full of ugly truths, and it’s time to stop ignoring them. By Tommy Wood
A look at the issues that have come to define the midterm elections. By Ellis Arnold
Politics is not an obscure thing that happens in pompous Washington, D.C., hallways. It’s about real people, and about things every college student worries about. By Lars Gesing
Sexual assault on college campuses is out of hand, and fraternities are part of the problem. By Lauren Thurman
Zack Rosenfeld, an associate producer of CU Sports Mag, is optimistic about the state of Buffs football.
In Egypt, the stresses of everyday life outweigh the international crisis that has brought the rest of the world to nervous attention. By Alison Noon
Editor-in-chief Annie Melton on nine months of progress for CUIndependent.com, and what to look forward to this summer and fall.