Sweet homecoming

The Buffs took the Cincinnati Bearcats by storm in the first match of the Colorado Invitational on Sept. 7, outplaying the Bearcats to a final score of 30-24, 32-30, 30-20. After a rough start to their season in Hawaii- when they went 0-3 in the Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Volleyball Classic- the Buffs returned to their home court ready to play hard.

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Campus Voices

The loss of Buffs guard Marcus Hall to academic ineligibility had some CU students wondering if the star should still be allowed to play. Others thought the suspension, which lasts for the duration of the fall semester, was justifiable.

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CU to stop giving out students' addresses

CU officials recently decided to stop providing student contact information to businesses requesting for lists of addresses and e-mail accounts. The Regent's Office and Information Technology Services officials concluded earlier this month that they should fight for student privacy.

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Reading outloud for grownups

The Center of the American West, or "the Center," held "Words to Stir the Soul: Readings from the West" in Old Main on Tuesday, Sept. 5. Throughout the night, men and women read prose and poetry highlighting the hardships and wonders of the West.

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Breaking out while taking a coffee break

Every Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m., Folsom Street Coffee Co. offers more than just good coffee. Open mic night is offered by organizers from the New Scene and is aimed at exposing local writers and musicians.

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Three CSU football players to miss Saturday's CU/CSU matchup

Three Colorado State University football players were suspended indefinitely as of Sept. 6 and will miss Saturday's game against the CU Buffs after being charged with fraud crimes. Arrest warrants were issued for Robert Herbert, Micah Crews and Brian Abata along with four other people for felonies ranging from identity theft to forgery, according to the Larimer County District Attorney's Office.

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Hall out for part of 2006-2007 season

Marcus Hall, a guard for CU's varsity basketball team, will miss part of the 2006-2007 season because of academic ineligibility. Hall is academically ineligible for the Fall 2006 semester, according to a statement released by the athletic department on Wednesday.

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Club sports prepare for new season

CU students who participate in club sports are as responsible for what happens on the field as they are for front-office decisions, and their dedication to both led to multiple championships last year.

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International student numbers up at CU

The number of international students making their way to CU has more than tripled since last year. Now comprising 10 percent of the student body, the rise in attendance is attributed to easier access to visas. Two years ago, international students made up five percent of the student population, said Professor Larry Bell, the director of International Education. Last year, he said, they made up only three percent.

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