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Blake Mackey ready for action after recovery

Snap. Crackle. Pop. These noises might be good to hear if one is eating Rice Krispies. They are not such good sounds when one is playing football. Unfortunately for Buffs senior wide receiver Blake Mackey, he was not eating breakfast when he heard his knee make that clamor. He was being tackled in a 2005 spring camp practice, one that was supposed to be non-contact. Mackey's ACL was completely torn, and his season was lost.

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ATLAS showcases student creativity

To showcase staff and students' creative projects, along with events at CU, the new Alliance for Technology, Learning and Society Center has unveiled its video wall. According to Communications Coordinator Bruce Henderson, the ATLAS wall will provide footage from theater and dance performances, animations from Fiske Planetarium, CU athletic overviews, student films, and other campus events.

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Your card – accepted everywhere but here

As tuition and student fees continue to rise, many universities are allowing students to pay thier way with a credit card. At CU, however, multimillion dollar merchant fees and worries over student's debt management abilities have forced school official to say no.

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Boulder galleries ready for First Fridays

For art enthusiasts, gallery wanderers and the culturally impaired, First Friday Boulder is an event not to be missed. A walking tour of contemporary art, unique crafts, live performances and free snacks has been arranged by the owners of various art galleries on Pearl Street Mall.

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Did he do it?

A confession. Creepy e-mails. Handwriting match. Case closed, right? Wrong. A new set of DNA evidence leaves Boulder students wondering - what's going on?

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Bicycle theft down

This summer saw a relatively low number of bicycle thefts compared to the record high in August of last year, according to CU Police officer Tim McGraw. The 62 bicycle thefts reported last August, which occurred mostly during the daytime, left students and the CU Police Department anxious to prevent a repeat this summer.

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Welcome Fest rocks

Despite a dreary afternoon and uncharacteristically cool temperatures on Saturday, Program Council's Welcome Fest went forward as planned, and CU freshman came out in droves to see Seattle indie act Minus the Bear on Farrand Field.

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Rumble in the Rockies

Get ready. Get ready to yell loud. Get ready to boo louder. Get ready to love. Get ready to hate. Get ready to go to battle. You are now a part of one of the biggest rivalries in college athletics. You are now a part the Rocky Mountain Showdown, CU vs. CSU.

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Large freshman class faces housing shortage

Once again the campus is teeming with the chatter of conversations between incoming freshmen and their parents over the anticipation of move-in day. This year the voices are even louder as one of the largest classes of incoming freshmen moves in. According to Ryan Chreist, the associate director of admissions at CU, approximately 5,500 new freshmen are expected to begin their college careers at CU this fall.

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