Three colonels from the United States Army War College presented their research and invited criticism from the audience. By Tory Lysik
The CU Libraries system joins forces with Library of Congress to study book preservation in American research libraries. By Delaney Deskin
Students, faculty and community members weighed in on their experiences amid the longest government shutdown in United States history. By John Boughey and Robert Tann
Millennials have a reputation for being politically disengaged, but it’s only because their government remains stagnant. By Libby O’Neall
The new executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education spoke about improving Colorado’s colleges for all. By Kristin Oh
The Justice for Immaterial Zygotes Act is only in early stages of conception but is already causing outrage in men.
Vote for your CUSG Representatives-at-Large and Arts and Sciences representatives this week. By Jordyn Siemens
Student government executives vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have fast-tracked talks about fraternity use of campus buildings.
By Alison Noon
CU Student Government voted to endorse Colorado Amendment 66 and encouraged students to vote in support of it on the Nov. 5 ballot at Thursday evening’s legislative council meeting.
Candidates from opposing CU Student Government parties UNITE and VOICE manned tables at Norlin Quad to encourage students to vote in the fall 2013 election.
By Jordan Mathews