CU got rid of the blue light emergency telephones system in 2015. The university could use that system now more than ever. By Savannah Mather
The ex-girlfriend of former CU coach Joe Tumpkin objected to a plea deal he’s reached regarding multipe assault charges. By Justin Guerriero
The order comes as Boulder police look into an assault reported the night that multiple students were drugged at parties on The Hill.
Protesters called for more accountability from fraternities, the university, and their peers to create a safer culture. By Robert Tann
Ashten Talley assaulted a female driver Thursday night. This is the third known assault on or near campus in three weeks. By Robert Tann
“The NHL needs to be the first league to say that they will not tolerate this type of behavior, that violating a woman sexually is the same as causing her physical harm and that it has no place in a professional sports league.”
A 22-year-old female resident of the 900 block of University Avenue reported to Boulder police that she had been sexually assaulted by an unknown male inside her residence around 5 a.m. Saturday.
by Ali Tadayon
Following a CU student’s admission that an Aug. 31 robbery near the Regent Administrative Center was fabricated, CUPD now believes that no crime occurred.
CU said Wednesday it is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights over how it handled an alleged sexual assault involving a student.
By Rob Denton:
CUPD released a sketch of the suspect in the April 27 attempted sex assault on the west side of campus near Broadway.