Conference on World Affairs panel “Republicans: Who we are” fails to move beyond the white, male Republican monolith. By Will Suhrie
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The Presidential Leadership Class held a live election viewing party at Norlin Library on election night. By Jake Mauff
Grapevine has scoured the depths of Twitter to bring you a compilation of the most accurate tweets about our moods toward this election.
This is not the election for you to smack the ballot with your penis. Use your heads and consider what is at stake for women. By Dani Pinkus
In anticipation of the upcoming presidential election results, the elite are moving underground and into luxurious bunkers.
Political discussion among differing opinions is the only real path to change. By Jackson Barnett
Incumbent wins with 274 electoral votes
President Obama made his third visit to CU Boulder on Thursday evening, where he spoke to a downsized yet excited crowd about the possibility of his next four years.
With just eight days left until the election, Colorado is being overwhelmed with surrogate appearances.
Opinion: Centered on foreign policy, the third and final presidential debate demonstrated that Romney has a clear plan for the future of America. Compared to Obama, could he have more to offer our country? Haley’s argument for “yes”: