On Friday afternoon, on the top floor of the Norlin Library, Oyne Ozuzu shared new dance choreography with a group of students and community members in a series called Performance Friday.
A study showed that LGBT graduate students at CU are twice as likely to drop out as their peers. The question is: why? By Carina JuligRead More →
Six years. Two phones. One woman’s journey of cyberstalking after leaving her restaurant job. Text and photos by Jackson Barnett design by Hayla WongRead More →
Only one week before CU artist Emily Schroeder’s MFA thesis exhibit was to open in the CU Art Museum, disaster struck.
Dan Fatigato – Sports Editor – overall: 43-23, .652 pct., last week: 5-7
(8) West Virginia 37, Pittsburgh 20 – With their title chances dashed, the Mountaineers take their frustration out on Pitt.
(1) Ohio State 34, (2) Michigan 17 – The big game won’t match the hype, as Troy Smith, Ted Ginn and the Buckeye crowd prove to be too much.
All the ultra-awesome CDs this week are compilations!
“I hate you, you hate me, we meet on the field Fri-i-day, with a great big hit and a finger from me to you, won’t you say you hate, me, too!” This stunning rendition of the “Barney Song” might just be the tune prancing through the minds of the Colorado football team in the days leading up to their Nov.
The offices of the Women’s Wilderness Institute are a cozy, if cluttered, collection of relics from their first eight years of business.
Max Karson says he’s a feminist. Others say he’s hateful and misogynistic.
With Thanksgiving break just around the corner, many students are planning to leave Boulder to visit home or go on vacation, which is the perfect time for burglars to strike.
In celebration of International Education Week, the Office of International Education hosted a reception to honor the winners of both its Global Citizen Awards and this year’s photo contest.
Lorenzo Trujillo, assistant dean of the School of Law, was recently appointed as general counsel to the Hispanic National Bar Association. The position gives Trujillo the chance to defend the rights of Hispanics nationwide and to promote diversity at CU.