The current UND president and former Republican congressman was named as the sole finalist by the Board of Regents. By Robert Tann and Carina Julig
If you want to measure the success of a society, then look to the quality of its children. By Henry Bowditch.
Political panels at the Conference on World Affairs discussed divisions within U.S. parties and civil unrest abroad. By John Fitzmaurice
Liberalism or conservatism alone won’t make America great again, but the two of them might come close. By Henry Bowditch
This week’s Trending CUI talks about Republicans criticizing President Trump and ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ being pulled.
Professors and analysts took varying perspectives on the reasons for the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. By Sarah Farley
The session of the Diversity Summit served to bridge the gap between conservative and liberal perspectives. By Sarah Farley
After nearly two months of debate about the alt-right icon, Milo Yiannopoulos finally spoke at the CU Boulder campus. By Jake Mauff
Al Gore campaigned for Hillary Clinton in Boulder on Monday and emphasized the gravity of this election for environmental issues. By Maris Westrum
Incumbent Democrat Jared Polis faces Libertarian Richard Longsreth and Nicholas Morse, a Republican, for the seat in Congress. By Eliza Radeka