Buffs have strong start in 1st quarter

The Buffs first road game of the season started beautifully, as CU was able to string together an impressive first drive. Junior quarterback Bernard Jackson used the reverse bootleg to his advantage, moving the ball on the first drive with his legs.

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Zen and the art of slacklining

It looks almost like a dance. Hands wave from side to side overhead as his feet glide over the webbing, seeming to float in the air with ethereal grace. At the end of the line he turns sideways, bounces once as if on a trampoline and becoming airborne in a back flip before his feet land firmly back on the ground.

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It's Toofy time

A project that started as a simple short film called "The Absence of Autonomy" has turned into an annual international event over the last three years. The festival, the Toofy Film Fest 2006, will be celebrating independent films, music, fashion and fine art here in Boulder from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1.

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CU receives $1.8 million for Asian studies

The Center for Asian Studies, CAS, at CU has been awarded two grants totaling $1.8 million and is now one of only three National Resource Centers for Asian Studies in the nation. The four-year grants were awarded by the U.S. Department of Education and will fund library acquisitions, K-12 outreach programs, graduate student fellowships and new language classes in Farsi and Indonesian.

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CMA's Evening for African-Americans

The skies were grim and heavy with rain during Wednesday's welcome ceremony for African-American students, the third multicultural event being held this week by CU's Center for Multicultural Affairs.

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BSA celebrates black history

Hundreds of CU students, parents and Boulder community members filed into the Glenn Miller Ballroom last night to celebrate "A Night of Soul" and African American culture.

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Buffs prepare to take on Georgia

Three words will define the game when the Colorado Buffaloes (0-3, 0-0 Big 12) take on the No. 9 Georgia Bulldogs (3-0, 1-0 SEC) on Sept. 16 in Athens, Ga.: physical, physical and physical. The Bulldogs' smack-you-in-the-mouth style of football has done well for them this year, as their defense has pitched two consecutive shutouts.

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Panhellenic seminar comes to Boulder

The nationally recognized Panhellenic seminar, titled Something of Value, will be held this weekend at CU with the goal of re-instating sorority community values. The seminar is an "internal sorority event designed to strengthen leadership and communication and help embrace the National Panhellenic Conference values," said Tera Haselden, Panhellenic president and senior advertising major.

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CU launches nanotechnology research center

A $1.53 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency this month is helping launch a new nanotechnology research center at CU. Expenditures for the center's first year equal the DARPA grant and may grow to $10 million annually in the next six years, according to a university press release.

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Professor fights for reinstatement

Former environmental studies professor Adrienne Anderson is fighting for reinstatement at CU, saying that her rights to due process were violated and that she was unfairly terminated. Anderson was terminated from CU faculty earlier this year and was told it was because of the university's financial obligations. Before that, she had been with the university for 11 years. Anderson was told last spring that her classes had been eliminated from the curriculum.

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