The Madden Curse: coincidence or reality?

The “Madden Curse” took another victim this year as Seattle Seahawks starting running back Shaun Alexander broke his left foot during a game against the New York Giants last week. This is the seventh consecutive player that has been hexed by the popular EA Sports video game Madden.

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CU vollyball's Karlik happy to be a Buff

It’s hard to miss Kristen Karlik. She’s the one wearing a different color shirt than the rest of her teammates. That’s because she’s CU’s newest libero (defensive specialist) on the volleyball team, and they are required to wear a different color shirt. It doesn’t bother Kristen that she stands out.

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Itchy throat? Runny nose? Could be mold

The Woodbury Arts and Sciences building will be closed and evacuated throughout the weekend for mold abatement; earlier this month, a mold source was discovered inside the building.

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Coffee and conversations

The International Student and Scholars Services, ISSS, hosts an International Coffee Hour every Friday at 4 p.m., where students and staff from all over the world can gather to meet over coffee and chat about life.

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Sprucing up for family weekend

There are signs of fall all over the CU campus. The colors of the leaves have changed, most students have their first exams out of the way and family weekend is approaching fast.

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Sheehan speaks in Boulder

Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan spoke at Boulder Unity Church Thursday night and introduced her recent book, Peace Mom: A Mother’s Journey through Heartache to Activism.

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Regents debate

Five candidates running for the at-large seat on CU’s Board of Regents participated in a debate at the UMC Thursday night.

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Bill Ritter comes to CU

The Democratic candidate for governor, Bill Ritter, spoke Wednesday to a crowd of students at CU as a part of his campaign trail for the upcoming 2006 election.

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