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Urban farming brings healthy food to the people

By Hannah Myers - Posted on 29 April 2013

Human trafficking numbers high as ever

By Shana Barrios - Posted on 21 April 2013

CU football’s sports video department motivates team

By Lauren Lanier - Posted on 21 April 2013

A Festival on an international level

By Maxwell Gulliver - Posted on 18 April 2013

Soccer’s struggles in the United States

By Blaine Robinson - Posted on 18 April 2013

CU Football’s sports video department motivates team

By Lauren Lanier - Posted on 18 April 2013

Switching up fitness

By Alexandra Abel - Posted on 16 April 2013

CU women’s tennis team adjusting well to PAC-12

By Trent Emory - Posted on 13 April 2013

Professionalism broke by spring break

By Jarrod Darden - Posted on 12 April 2013

Colorado Hopes to Pass Underage Tanning Ban

By Courtney Bowers - Posted on 05 April 2013

Boulder Humane Society

By Emma England - Posted on 05 April 2013

A new Trader in town

By Breanne Bilbrey - Posted on 04 April 2013

Baseball Tradition May be to Big for the MLB

By Nathan Duran - Posted on 03 April 2013

First impressions of new Football season

By Jarrod Darden - Posted on 01 April 2013

The unspoken subject

By Abby Brown - Posted on 21 March 2013

Interview tips for students

By Ashley Trenkle - Posted on 21 March 2013

Road rage is a common problem on the nation’s roadways.

By Kiley Crews - Posted on 19 March 2013

Equality of civil union

By Morgan Meyer - Posted on 19 March 2013

CU stem study

By Danica Eilers - Posted on 14 March 2013

CU women's lacrosse coach

By Breanne Bilbrey - Posted on 14 March 2013

History of Boulder's craft brew culture

By Adam Lucas - Posted on 13 March 2013

A unique phamaly

By Katherine Cross - Posted on 11 March 2013

Social media’s role in identity theft

By Adam Lucas - Posted on 08 March 2013

Job opportunities for women in media

By Richard Sandza - Posted on 08 March 2013

CU Buffs’ women orepare for postseason run

By Adam Lucas - Posted on 07 March 2013

Twins Benefiting Everyone

By Elana Staroselsky - Posted on 05 March 2013

NCAA Women's Tournament Coming to Boulder

By Nathan Duran - Posted on 05 March 2013

Job Opportunities in Broadcast News

By Courtney Bowers - Posted on 04 March 2013

Exotic Dance in the Modern World

By Hannah Myers - Posted on 01 March 2013

Club Baseball Profile: Ryan Schreiber

By Richard Sandza - Posted on 28 February 2013

Adderall

By stacey sams - Posted on 26 February 2013

Tuition Hike

By Maxwell Gulliver - Posted on 26 February 2013

Basketball on Wheels

By Blaine Robinson - Posted on 22 February 2013

CU Students Search For Perfect Place at Perfect Price

By Ashley Trenkle - Posted on 21 February 2013

CU Student Equitation Rider

By Alexandra Abel - Posted on 19 February 2013

Movie Violence

By Savannah Sellers - Posted on 19 February 2013

Campus Flu

By Emma England - Posted on 14 February 2013

CU Smoking Ban: The Awareness Phase

By Meghan Bartine - Posted on 12 February 2013

International Student Struggles

By Morgan Meyer - Posted on 11 February 2013

The Forgotten Holiday

By Caitlin Plotkin - Posted on 18 December 2012

Holiday Spending Stress

By Samantha Tyson - Posted on 18 December 2012

The Voice: A Newspaper that Saves Lives

By Nicole Tschetter - Posted on 12 December 2012

Energy Drink Dangers

By Katherine LaSalle - Posted on 10 December 2012

Fiske Planetarium Renovates

By Katherine LaSalle - Posted on 06 December 2012

Apocalypse Not 2012

By Ashley Hafer - Posted on 06 December 2012

Getting Involved

By Katherine LaSalle - Posted on 05 December 2012

This is NewsTeam

By Derek Kessinger - Posted on 04 December 2012

CU Smoking Ban

By Audra Streetman - Posted on 04 December 2012

Getting In Shape After the Holidays

By Rebecca Irwin - Posted on 03 December 2012

Holiday Cookies

By Megan Thompson - Posted on 29 November 2012

Holiday Shopping

By Natalie Song - Posted on 28 November 2012

Lessons From History

By Sarah Bowles - Posted on 20 November 2012

Campus Crime Is On the Rise

By Rebecca Irwin - Posted on 15 November 2012

CU BUFFoons Celebrate 50 Years

By Morgan Aguilar - Posted on 13 November 2012

CU Events Calendar for week of 11 November 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 10 November 2012


11/15/2012 - 11:36

Veterans Day
Flagship 2030 Plan meeting
Tuition Due
2Kobras Sandbox EP Release
Pearl Street Stampede
CU Buffs vs. Washington

Intramural Football as Social Outlet

By Samantha Tyson - Posted on 08 November 2012

The Election is Called

By Natalie Song - Posted on 06 November 2012

The Election is Called

By Natalie Song - Posted on 06 November 2012

Obama Projected Winner

By Kieran Dunstan - Posted on 06 November 2012

The Close Calls are Coming to a Verdict

By Natalie Song - Posted on 06 November 2012

Electoral Results Continue to Emerge

By Kieran Dunstan - Posted on 06 November 2012

Early Voting Results Are Too Close To Call

By Kieran Dunstan - Posted on 06 November 2012

Foreign Policy Not a Top Priority Heading Into the Election

By Derek Kessinger - Posted on 04 November 2012

Colorado's Congressional District 2

By Audra Streetman - Posted on 01 November 2012

Michelle Miller Leads the Way

By Caitlin Plotkin - Posted on 01 November 2012

Election Energy Issues

By Caitlin Plotkin - Posted on 30 October 2012

Social Media Campaigns Target Young Voters

By Samantha Tyson - Posted on 29 October 2012

40th Anniversary of Title IX

By Morgan Aguilar - Posted on 24 October 2012

A Sport That's Rolling It's Way Into the Hearts of American

By Nicole Tschetter - Posted on 22 October 2012

Can We Really Trust Political Polls?

By Rebecca Irwin - Posted on 18 October 2012

The Only Thing Students Fear More then Ghosts: Being Unemployed

By Nicole Tschetter - Posted on 16 October 2012

Election outcome may greatly affect student loans

By Josephine Heaphy - Posted on 16 October 2012

Weld County Election Center gets ready for voters

By Megan Thompson - Posted on 16 October 2012

Inspiring Buff overcomes physical obstacles

By Megan Thompson - Posted on 16 October 2012

Young Voters Losing Interest

By Morgan Aguilar - Posted on 10 October 2012

Abortion in the Election

By Caitlin Plotkin - Posted on 09 October 2012

Bad Ads Attitude

By Erik Brooks - Posted on 08 October 2012

CU Events Calendar for week of 7 October

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 06 October 2012


10/06/2012 - 15:44

Student Appreciation Day and CU Soccer vs. Stanford
Liz Quackenbush Artwork Exhibit
British Artwork Exhibit and Tour
CU Basketball and Buffs Madness

Medicare Benefits the Rich the Most

By Ashley Hafer - Posted on 04 October 2012

CU Women's Soccer Leadership

By Derek Kessinger - Posted on 04 October 2012

Replacement of Replacement Refs Highlight Power of Fans

By Kieran Dunstan - Posted on 01 October 2012

CU Events Calendar for week of 30 September 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 28 September 2012


09/29/2012 - 09:20

Buffalo Stampede
Free Yoga
Tim Wise at Macky
The Capitol Steps at Macky
Live Free Weekend

Youth Vote May Not Live Up to the Hype

By Kieran Dunstan - Posted on 28 September 2012

The CU Men’s Soccer Team is Back and Confident

By Erik Brooks - Posted on 28 September 2012

Buff's Believe Better Season to Come

By Nicole Tschetter - Posted on 27 September 2012

Romney's Religion Coming into the Spotlight

By Morgan Aguilar - Posted on 26 September 2012

CU Events Calendar for week of 23 September 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 22 September 2012


09/22/2012 - 13:43

CWA Athenaeum Features Gun Violence Activist, Shooting Survivor Colin Goddard
Herd Week: Herd Fest
Artist Series: Johannes Moser, cello with the CU Symphony Orchestra

CU Events Calendar for week of 16 Sept 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 15 September 2012


09/16/2012 - 09:42

Chris Mooney Workshop
Boulder 2140 Networking Event
8-ball Billiards Tournament
Recruiters Tell All: Get the Inside Scoop
Laser Michael Jackson and Queen

CU Events Calendar for week of September 9, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 08 September 2012


09/16/2012 - 10:05

British Art Exhibit at the CU Art Museum
Career Services Speed Mentoring
Lady Gaga Laser Show

CU Events Calendar for week of 2 September 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 31 August 2012


08/31/2012 - 20:36

Labor Day Holiday
Geoge Gershwin 75th Anniversary
Student Involvement Fair

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CU Events Calendar Week of August 26, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 23 August 2012


09/14/2012 - 16:11

Some upcoming events at CU this week.

CU Events Calendar for week of April 29, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 27 April 2012


04/27/2012 - 20:34

Some upcoming events this week at CU.

Drought creates challenges for wildfire prevention in Boulder

By Eric Wang - Posted on 26 April 2012


04/26/2012 - 12:30

Dry weather in Colorado brings fire danger for Boulder and surrounding areas. Unfortunately, the people of Boulder continue to feel the effects of wild fires after they've been extinguished.

Obama talks student loans at CU

By Lauren Conley - Posted on 25 April 2012

President Barack Obama visits CU Boulder

By Paul Daugherty - Posted on 25 April 2012


04/25/2012 - 10:56

President Obama spoke on campus yesterday, Tuesday, April 24, 2012.

CU's waterski team works to stay afloat

By Austyn Harrington - Posted on 24 April 2012


04/24/2012 - 12:32

CU's waterski team is devoted to their sport, but the university gives it little attention.

CU Students learn through service

By Alexa Corcoran - Posted on 24 April 2012


04/24/2012 - 11:13

Public Achievement allows CU students to make a difference in their community while earning academic credit.

CU battles CSU in Lacrosse Rocky Mountain Showdown

By David LaRose - Posted on 24 April 2012


04/24/2012 - 09:55

The Rocky Mountain Showdown is not just for football and basketball, lacrosse has its own version and the two teams are some of the best in the country.

CU Events Calendar for April 22, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 21 April 2012


04/22/2012 - 10:30

Some upcoming events on campus this week at CU.

4/20 Occupy March to campus 2012

By Lauren Conley - Posted on 20 April 2012


04/21/2012 - 11:04

Marijuana advocates marched on campus to protest CU's efforts to quash the annual 4/20 event.

NewsTeam's Heather Wolford interviews student attending 4/20

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 April 2012


04/21/2012 - 10:53

A student turns activist after her class is canceled due to the 4/20 crackdown.

Kristin Parker reports on 4/20 student reactions

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 April 2012


04/21/2012 - 10:55

Student reactions to the 4/20 crackdown on CU's campus.

Lauren Conley reports on 4/20 campus lock down

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 April 2012


04/20/2012 - 16:00

Students react to the campus lock down and closure of the Norlin Quad.

Live Feed from Obama Speech at Coors

By daniel schaefer - Posted on 20 April 2012

Buffs to take on CSU Rams in Lacrosse Showdown

By Kainoa Cummings - Posted on 19 April 2012


04/19/2012 - 11:51

The 2012 Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Showdown promises to be a nail-biting face-off between rivals CU Buffs and CSU Rams.

Securing a job with social media

By Louisa Goebel - Posted on 19 April 2012


04/19/2012 - 12:05

As social media becomes increasingly important in hiring decisions, there are a few things graduating students should know.

Emergency texting alerts CU students of danger

By Whitney Lewis - Posted on 17 April 2012


05/06/2012 - 13:17

Emergency text messaging systems have become a new form of crisis communication. The cell phone you use for texting and phone calls could potentially be your source for information that could save your life.

CU's English is reaching for the stars

By Nicolas Rothschild - Posted on 17 April 2012


04/19/2012 - 09:45

Kelsey English is taking on huge challenges at a young age, but so far she's passing them with flying colors.

CU Events Calendar for April 15, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 13 April 2012


04/14/2012 - 12:35

Some upcoming events this week at CU-Boulder.

Women's Golf team climbs the rankings

By Brandon Bird - Posted on 12 April 2012


04/12/2012 - 11:31

The CU Women's golf team continues its great play and also continues to rise in the polls. Only one major tournament stands between the team and its first ever birth into the NCAA championship tournament.

CU spearheads sustainable energy

By Alexis Bridenbaugh - Posted on 10 April 2012


04/10/2012 - 11:20

Boulder is famous for being a hub for sustainable energy practices. Two of the most prominent energy organizations on CU's campus are the CU Energy Club and the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute, who are both working in their own ways to maintain the campus' green reputation.

The takeaway from the Colorado men's basketball season

By Andrew McDonnell - Posted on 10 April 2012


04/10/2012 - 10:37

Looking forward from an exciting season of CU men's basketball.

Rising food allergies affect adults

By Lauren Conley - Posted on 08 April 2012


04/09/2012 - 10:27

Food allergies and sensitivities are a growing health issue in the U.S. NewsTeam's Lauren Conley finds out how people can handle dietary restrictions.

CU Events Calendar for April 9, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 06 April 2012


04/07/2012 - 09:55

Some upcoming events this week at CU-Boulder.

Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Madness - The new past time, time killer at work

By Nick Salen - Posted on 05 April 2012


04/05/2012 - 11:01

Bracketology in March Madness has become wildly popular, maybe even a little addictive.

Women's Lacrosse comes to CU

By Kristin Parker - Posted on 03 April 2012


04/03/2012 - 11:25

Women's lacrosse will soon become CU's newest Division I varsity sport.

CU Events Calendar 2 April 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 30 March 2012


03/30/2012 - 19:21

A summary of some upcoming events at CU this week.

CU Boulder tries to recruit more international students with new admission policies.

By Eric Wang - Posted on 22 March 2012


03/22/2012 - 13:10

CU has taken recent measures to boost its international student population.

Spring Break doesn’t need to be less sunny if you aren’t going anywhere with a beach

By Jessica Leicht - Posted on 20 March 2012


03/20/2012 - 17:21

BOULDER– Come Friday campus will be deserted once again.

Spring Break is here and many students are checking out of school and into paradise.

Staying safe over spring break

By Christine Corrado - Posted on 20 March 2012


03/20/2012 - 11:25

Students heading to Mexico for spring break should aware of health concerns within the country. Christine Corrado reports on why getting vaccinated is important before visiting parts of Mexico.

CU Events Calendar Week of March 19, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 16 March 2012


03/18/2012 - 11:13

Some upcoming events this week at CU.

The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana succeeds, for now.

By Heather Wolford - Posted on 15 March 2012


03/16/2012 - 12:24

Colorado may be the first state in the nation to regulate recreational marijuana. And the money from taxing it won't go up in smoke.

To buy or not to buy? The college pets dilemma.

By Louisa Goebel - Posted on 15 March 2012


03/15/2012 - 11:26

With the arrival of spring time, many students are pondering pet purchases. It's important to give careful thought before buying a pet. All pets require a commitment, some larger than others.

Forty years later, Denver begins its quest to bring the Winter Olympics back to the Mile High City.

By John Tomczak - Posted on 15 March 2012


03/15/2012 - 09:51

Will Denver get a second chance at hosting the Olympics game?

Social Media: More than just connecting with friends... #KONY2012

By Morgan Presson - Posted on 13 March 2012


03/13/2012 - 11:38

Viral video Kony 2012 shows how social media can promote social activism.

Deaf rapper opens doors for the Deaf community

By Austyn Harrington - Posted on 13 March 2012


03/13/2012 - 11:48

Rapper Sean Forbes uses music to break the boundaries between the non-hearing and hearing worlds.

Lights... Camera... Sports Mag!

By Nicolas Rothschild - Posted on 13 March 2012


03/13/2012 - 11:33

Have you heard of CU Sports Mag? If not, you may be missing out on a valuable opportunity. Whether you're a sports fanatic or just looking for broadcasting experience, Sports Mag is the place to be.

CU Events Calendar for Week of March 11, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 10 March 2012


03/12/2012 - 09:33

Some upcoming events at CU this week.

Culinary Connectors gives a taste of Boulder

By Jessica Soto - Posted on 09 March 2012


03/12/2012 - 09:50

Tasting new foods and wines is fun experience, especially if you're visiting a new place or if you want to taste different foods from the community around you. Culinary Connectors takes you on an exclusive tour in three cities in Colorado.

Americans overestimate political polarization

By Lauren Conley - Posted on 08 March 2012


03/08/2012 - 12:15

A new study finds that most Americans overestimate political polarization in the country. While the average citizen is far less polarized than people think, government officials are divided to extremes.

Could Peyton Manning come to Denver?

By Isaac Droke - Posted on 08 March 2012


03/08/2012 - 13:08

Peyton Manning is a free agent. Could he end up here in Colorado?

A closer look at losing sleep

By Meredith Shedden - Posted on 08 March 2012


03/08/2012 - 12:49

Sleepless nights could be the result of a surprising common habit among college students.

Scornavacco Martial Arts exercises mind and body

By Alexis Bridenbaugh - Posted on 06 March 2012


03/06/2012 - 12:11

Martial arts is a high-energy sport that combines both mental and physical fitness training: a useful weight-loss tool and stress reliever. And even in a depressed economy, martial arts is sticking around.

Peace Corps changes lives at CU

By Whitney Lewis - Posted on 06 March 2012


03/06/2012 - 11:40

CU's Peace Corps program provides challenges and rewards to alumni volunteers. Now, students will also be able to earn credit during their service.

Could CU add another men's D1 sport?

By Alexa Corcoran - Posted on 06 March 2012


03/06/2012 - 11:08

The recent addition of a women's Division I lacrosse team opens a door for another men's team as well. Newsteam's Alexa Corcoran looks into which sports could be the frontrunners in the coming years.

CU Events Calendar March 4, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 02 March 2012


03/04/2012 - 21:07

Some upcoming events for this week at CU-Boulder.

Rec Center renovation anniversary brings new triumphs, concerns to the $63.5 Million dollar project.

By John Tomczak - Posted on 01 March 2012


03/01/2012 - 14:53

What will the plans for future renovations of the CU Recreation Center mean for students?

Rent prices rise for students living on University Hill

By Kainoa Cummings - Posted on 01 March 2012


03/01/2012 - 15:00

Living on the Hill is getting expensive for students on a budget.

Eta Car: The Undying Star?

By Bryn Jacobs - Posted on 01 March 2012


03/08/2012 - 21:47

This gigantic star has scientists turning their heads.

C-Unit headed to Los Angeles

By David LaRose - Posted on 28 February 2012


02/28/2012 - 13:07

The Colorado basketball student section, otherwise known as the C-Unit, is getting noticed all around the country. Now they are being rewarded in a big, big way.

CU Events Calendar for Week of February 26, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 26 February 2012

CU students face increasing tuition hikes

By Heather Wolford - Posted on 24 February 2012


02/28/2012 - 12:16

University of Colorado students are feeling the cost of high tuition.

Incoming Buffs battle for High School Supremecy

By Brandon Bird - Posted on 23 February 2012


02/23/2012 - 13:14

Josh Scott and Wesley Gordon are two future players for the CU men's basketball teams. They are also on the two best 4A teams in the state of Colorado. When they finally faced each other with the league title on the line, one came away with bragging rights and the keys to the number one seed in the playoffs.

Safety precautions increase chances of survivng an avalanche

By Kenna Nash - Posted on 23 February 2012


03/01/2012 - 11:09

As the number of avalanche accidents this season are mounting for backcountry skiers and snowboarders, it is more important than ever to be safe.

Denver Chefs' get cooking as they prep for Denver Restaurant Week



By Jessica Leicht - Posted on 21 February 2012


02/21/2012 - 12:19

BOULDER– Reservations are filling up quick for Denver Restaurant Week, but college students on a budget can still get in on the fun here in Boulder.

Danny Sanchez aims to return the women's soccer program to glory

By Andrew McDonnell - Posted on 21 February 2012


02/21/2012 - 11:12

Brand new head coach Danny Sanchez brings big hopes to women's soccer at CU.

La'au's Taco Shop fights to extend its hours

By Patrice Kane - Posted on 21 February 2012


02/21/2012 - 13:08

La'au's Taco Shop on the Hill wants to extend its hours. Will Boulder City Council approve?

CU Events Calendar- week of February 20, 2012

By CU Events Calendar - Posted on 19 February 2012

Wind power harness faces challenges in the US.

By Eric Wang - Posted on 16 February 2012


02/24/2012 - 09:23

Renewable energy may help reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, but its development is facing a few snags.

An old face brings new ambition to CU Lacrosse

By Nick Salen - Posted on 16 February 2012


02/16/2012 - 12:13

As opening day approaches, CU lacrosse is shaking off the off-season rust with the familiar face of John Galvin, who has returned as head coach after two seasons.

Valentine's Day: A last minute guide to getting busy.

By Morgan Presson - Posted on 14 February 2012


02/14/2012 - 12:57

The early bird doesn't always get the worm. You last minute planners still have plenty of options for celebrating this Valentine's Day.

Super Bowl ads kickoff a new trend

By Kristin Parker - Posted on 14 February 2012


02/14/2012 - 12:33

The Super Bowl ads this year used more social media and online incentives than ever before. What does this mean for the advertising industry?

Independent films battle blockbusters at the Oscars

By Christine Corrado - Posted on 14 February 2012


02/14/2012 - 13:18

The Oscars are just around the corner. Check out why independent films are headlining the show.

Boulder ski shops prepare for this year's season

By Nick Sirois - Posted on 01 December 2011


12/01/2011 - 20:43

The holiday season is here, and with the start of the holidays comes the start of the ski season. Skiing is on the minds of Boulder residents, and the local ski shops are gearing up for their busiest time of the year.

Studying superstitions: are they silly or strategic?

By Rachel Dubrovin - Posted on 01 December 2011


12/01/2011 - 20:38

Light a candle, locate your lucky socks, and stop by Folsom Stadium to give Ralphie’s horns a good rub because finals are upon us yet again. But what if Stevie Wonder was correct in saying, “Superstition ain’t the way”?

Beating finals stress

By Lauren Knobbe - Posted on 29 November 2011


12/01/2011 - 10:31

As the semester wraps up, students must cope with the pressures of school.

How to winterize your car

By Meghan Dwyer - Posted on 29 November 2011


12/01/2011 - 11:08

With the beginning of the Winter season, it is more important than ever to be safe by preparing your car.

Occupiers gain ground nationwide

By Eve Hersh - Posted on 23 November 2011


11/29/2011 - 12:16

Occupy protesters persevere, despite challenges.

Alternative Gym Takeover! Apex Movement in Boulder is not your typical workout.

By Yegor Piatnitski - Posted on 20 November 2011


11/21/2011 - 13:32

As alternative gyms quickly gain popularity nationwide, more and more people are putting down the dumbells and stepping off the eliptical in search of a better and more pleasurable workout experience.
Apex Movement is a Parkour gym here in Boulder that proves that the words "fun" and "exercise" are no longer polar opposites.

Working out in the winter

By Anna Zook - Posted on 15 November 2011


11/17/2011 - 10:26

It may be hard to work out when there's wintery weather outside, but this is the time of year when it's most needed.

Amy Barczuk shines both on and off the soccer field

By Michelle Toteve - Posted on 10 November 2011


11/11/2011 - 12:55

For many division one athletes, playing at the college level is as good as it gets. But for others, their college careers can lead to brighter futures. Amy Barczuk's time at CU may be the start of her road to the national level...

Remembering our fallen heroes

By Paul Harris - Posted on 10 November 2011


11/11/2011 - 10:11

A photo exhibit honoring U.S. Veterans is held in the UMC.

Living a Healthy College Life

By Lauren Moehlenpah - Posted on 08 November 2011


11/08/2011 - 11:46

Many college students believe they are maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but do they know the in's and out's of what is required to be considered healthy?

Students take action against conflict minerals

By Lauren Conley - Posted on 03 November 2011


11/03/2011 - 09:28

We use our cell phones, laptops, iPhones and other electronic devices everyday, but what most of us do not realize is these items contain minerals fueling a blazing conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The mineral conflict in the Congo is today’s version of the blood diamond, and people across the United States are demanding change.

Are probiotics really good for you?

By Rachel Dubrovin - Posted on 03 November 2011


11/03/2011 - 09:03

Think twice before you start a "two week challenge" with probiotics. Although they are known as the "friendly bacteria", taking supplements of them may not be as kind to your system as the ads might suggest.

Students foster dogs and cats

By Eve Hersh - Posted on 31 October 2011


11/01/2011 - 15:30

CU Students can make great foster parents for homeless dogs and cats in Boulder.

Elk rut begins in Estes Park

By Paul Harris - Posted on 27 October 2011


10/27/2011 - 19:19

I set out to film a natural sound package at Rocky Mountain National Park.

Intramural Broomball heats up, despite winter weather

By Andrew Sorensen - Posted on 27 October 2011


10/27/2011 - 19:14

The Canadian ice sport Broomball begins its intramural season this week at CU-Boulder.

Boulder High School descends into darkness

By Priscilla Carlson - Posted on 27 October 2011


10/27/2011 - 18:31

Boulder Valley High School presents its annual October fundraising event: a student-produced Haunted House.

Boulder to vote on Municipal Electricity Service

By Andrew Sorensen - Posted on 25 October 2011


10/25/2011 - 13:09

On November 1, Boulderites will vote on whether to switch from Xcel Energy to a municipal electricity service, that would be called Boulder Light and Power.

Economic crisis trickles down to Colorado business leaders

By Yegor Piatnitski - Posted on 23 October 2011


10/24/2011 - 09:21

A recently released Colorado Leeds School index suggests things may not get easier anytime soon for the Colorado economy as business leaders' confidence wanes.

Mobile devices take over

By Andrew Tomasini - Posted on 22 October 2011


10/25/2011 - 09:59

Its official. The number of wireless devices used in the United States has exceeded its population according to a study conducted by the CTIA.

CU brands itself with new logo

By Brittany Moore - Posted on 22 October 2011


10/22/2011 - 21:00

CU's new logo is finally out. But what does this mean for Ralphie?

The Wall of Big Wins preserves CU history

By Josh Reising - Posted on 21 October 2011


10/23/2011 - 12:46

The athletic program looked to the past to find what it meant to be a buff with the hiring of Jon Embree. One tradition he brought back was the brick wall of big wins.

CU celebrates Homecoming Weekend

By Dorian Smith - Posted on 20 October 2011


10/22/2011 - 21:01

There are some exciting events planned at CU for Homecoming Weekend.

Mama Bird trains for a big win

By Evan Kruegel - Posted on 18 October 2011


10/20/2011 - 09:38

There is a little-known national title contender here on campus. Mama Bird is CU's top ultimate frisbee team.

Social networking helps students find a real job

By Josh Reising - Posted on 13 October 2011


10/15/2011 - 14:06

Searching for a job after graduation can be intimidating. Social networking improves the chances of finding work quickly.

How a football player’s nutritional diet effects performance on the field

By Michelle Toteve - Posted on 13 October 2011


10/14/2011 - 12:49

The average football player burns about 700 calories per game. Because of this, the buffs have their own sports dietitian to help them make healthy choices to perform better on the field.

Campus hit heavily by RTD's proposed cuts for 2012

By Priscilla Carlson - Posted on 13 October 2011


10/14/2011 - 12:44

Boulder, CO-- On October 25, the RTD Board of Directors will meet to make some very important decisions- decisions that will affect everyone in the Denver Metro and Boulder areas.

Football technology improves gameplay

By Andrew Tomasini - Posted on 12 October 2011


10/13/2011 - 08:15

In its in augural Pac-12 season there's no doubt Colorado has struggled on the gridiron.

College Entrepreneurs Find Alternative Ways to Succeed

By Annie Porritt - Posted on 11 October 2011


10/19/2011 - 20:16

Graduation is approaching in less than a year. Some will leave CU in December 2011 while some still have another semester until spring graduation.

Keeping Boulderites safe from bears and mountain lions

By Nick Sirois - Posted on 07 October 2011


10/07/2011 - 16:48

The city's Urban Wildlife Management Plan aims to prevent human encounters with some of the region's most dangerous wildlife.

Wing Chun teaches balance, awareness... and a hint of Bruce Lee

By Yegor Piatnitski - Posted on 06 October 2011


10/10/2011 - 10:02

Being the healthy state that we are, Colorado has its fair share of alternative forms of exercise. This includes numerous martial arts schools and dojos.

Campus commuting: CU’s bike and skateboarding policies

By Rachel Dubrovin - Posted on 06 October 2011


10/07/2011 - 16:53

If you don’t already know CU’s policies for biking, boarding and walking on campus, now is the time to learn! At this point in the semester, CUPD will be keeping an eye out for people who are riding around campus recklessly. If you are breaking the rules, you may be faced with a fine that will cost anywhere from $50 to $300.

The Growing Value of Internships

By Eve Hersh - Posted on 05 October 2011


10/19/2011 - 20:10

Internships are becoming more and more important for today’s college student.

Avoid the dangers of studying abroad

By Lauren Knobbe - Posted on 04 October 2011


10/06/2011 - 16:06

CU officials urge students to take extra safety precautions while studying abroad.

Hockey coach gains respect

By Josh Reising - Posted on 30 September 2011


10/02/2011 - 12:07

The new CU hockey head coach has other priorities than just winning this season.

City Council restricts marijuana advertisements

By Andrew Sorensen - Posted on 29 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 12:00

Boulder dispensaries are forced to make changes after complaints about their advertising methods.

Women of On the Rocks get more out of A’Cappella than just singing

By Michelle Toteve - Posted on 29 September 2011


09/30/2011 - 12:41

Collegiate A'Cappella is traditionally male-dominated. The women of On the Rocks therefore represent a minority in the world of a'cappella. They use this as motivation to stand out and in the process have come together as what they call a "family."

Does alcohol have a positive effect on college football?

By Evan Kruegel - Posted on 27 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 11:59

Rumors are circulating that alcohol may be returning to Folsom Field. But how does alcohol really affect the game?

Will Vill North receives Platinum Award

By Lauren Moehlenpah - Posted on 27 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 11:58

There's a new dorm on campus that is making headlines. Experts at CU tell us why the hype is well deserved.

CU goes green with its new basketball and volleyball practice facility

By Nick Sirois - Posted on 23 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 11:58

CU opens its new environmentally friendly sports facility.

Wild Animal Sanctuary gets a facelift

By Paul Harris - Posted on 22 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 11:56

6 months after 25 lions were rescued from a Bolivian Circus, Newsteam Boulder's Paul Harris takes a look at the changes happening at the Wild Animal Sanctuary.

CU students await Family Weekend

By Dorian Smith - Posted on 21 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 11:55

Preparation for next week's Family Weekend is in full force around the Boulder campus.

University of Colorado educates greek life on hazing

By Anna Zook - Posted on 20 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 11:55

Fall recruitment for the University of Colorado's greek system is in full swing.

Former Men's Lacrosse coach returns to the sidelines in hopes of reviving team's morale

By Kristen Rothweiler - Posted on 20 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 11:53

John Galvin returns as the head coach for CU's men's lacrosse team and brings some changes with him.

Homesickness plagues CU freshmen

By Meghan Dwyer - Posted on 19 September 2011


09/29/2011 - 11:52

Separation anxiety can become painful for new students as they leave home for the first time.

CU football Pro Day

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 27 April 2011


Thu, 04/28/2011 - 14:15

The National Football League draft is right around the corner and with that comes the University of Colorado's pro day.

Mobile applications enhancing ski experience

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 27 April 2011


Thu, 04/28/2011 - 14:15

No matter what type of skiing or boarding you like to do, there are new mobile applications that allow you to capture, connect, and share your ski experience with family and friends.

Chess players keep movin’ on

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 21 April 2011


09/20/2011 - 08:10

The Boulder Chess Club is not the type of group that you mess around with. Even though the group is made of Chess players, they take their sport seriously.

Boulder Country Promotes Flood Safety

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 21 April 2011


Thu, 04/21/2011 - 11:10

Boulder County is at the highest risk for flash flooding in the state of Colorado.

Spring back to Vail

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 21 April 2011


Thu, 04/21/2011 - 10:58

April showers bring May flowers. With that comes the closing of Colorado's ski resorts.

CU's Public Achievement Program inspires youth

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 April 2011

Women grads can expect less pay than male grads

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 April 2011


Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:14

In light of Equal Pay Day last week, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) released a new fact sheet on the occupational gender wage gap in America.

CU celebrates 21st International Festival

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 April 2011


Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:15

Thousands of people from the Boulder Community gathered at the University Memorial Center this past weekend to attend CU’s 21st International Festival.

Buffs baseball brings excitement to Boulder

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 April 2011


Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:15

Colorado's club baseball team took on the three time defending club national champion and in-state rival Colorado State Rams on Sunday.

Senior Class Council helps prepare fellow seniors for graduation

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 April 2011


Thu, 04/14/2011 - 16:30

College graduation is a time for celebrations, feelings of accomplishment, and mixed emotions. For CU senior Chantal Skeen, it's no different.

CU Football Spring Wrap-up and Off Season Outlook

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 April 2011


Thu, 04/14/2011 - 16:31

It's was a big week for Colorado football with the annual spring game last Saturday.

Discovering Boulder one drink at a time

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 April 2011


Thu, 04/14/2011 - 11:58

The Boulder culinary scene is one of the most vibrant among small towns in the U.S.

CU students work to pay for tuition

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 April 2011


Thu, 04/14/2011 - 11:59

In this tough economy, many CU students are forced to get a job to cover tuition.

3-D comes home

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 April 2011


Thu, 04/14/2011 - 12:02

We've all heard of movies being watched in stereoscopic vision or "3-D," but now this cinematic experience is available in our own living rooms.

Rockies games increase restaurant sales

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 April 2011


Thu, 04/14/2011 - 12:00

Even with the cold and dreary weather, the Colorado Rockies season is in full swing, and many Denver restaurants and bars are anticipating this year to be one of their busiest on record.

Locals hit the links after watching Masters

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 April 2011


Tue, 04/12/2011 - 11:33

The 2011 Masters was one of the best in the tournament’s history, exciting local golfers who took to golf courses on Monday to practice their game.

Student groups bring food justice to Boulder campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 April 2011


Tue, 04/12/2011 - 11:05

With restaurants and coffee shops at every corner, access to food is easy for students in Boulder.

Panel offers insight as to what is wrong with American sports

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 April 2011


Thu, 04/07/2011 - 11:38

The public life of professional athletes has become a concern for parents dealing with raising children who see the athletes as role models.

American Higher Education

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 April 2011


Thu, 04/07/2011 - 11:40

Is American higher education worth the price?

In today’s society higher education is no longer an option, but a priority.

Boulder restaurants can now spread onto sidewalks

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 April 2011


Thu, 04/07/2011 - 11:40

A recently approved law will allow businesses on the Hill and Pearl St. to set up outdoor seating on public sidewalks.

Non-profit brings bicycling to the visually impaired

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 April 2011


Thu, 04/07/2011 - 11:41

What was once an impossible feat, is now becoming a reality for many visually impaired individuals.

CU is set to welcome a new group of alumni

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 April 2011


Thu, 04/07/2011 - 11:41

Spring graduation is fast approaching and after students receive their diplomas, CU graduates become part of the university’s family of alumni.

Wear the Party: A local Boulder company brings new meaning to putting on your party clothes

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 April 2011


Thu, 04/07/2011 - 11:44

CU Engineering students Sean Hall and Alex Pasternack have taken their innovation out of the classroom and into a clothing line Wear the Party.

American Higher Education

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 April 2011

CU Hosts 63rd Annual Conference on World Affairs

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 April 2011


Wed, 04/06/2011 - 15:12

The CU Boulder campus opens its doors to the greatest
international affairs conference on the western slope, the Conference of World

The future of the journalism school will be decided soon

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 April 2011


Tue, 04/05/2011 - 13:44

University of Colorado President Bruce Benson is urging the regents to vote on weather to shut down the journalism school.

CU master's program could lose accreditation

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 April 2011

CU's admitted student day brings in potential new students

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 April 2011


Tue, 04/05/2011 - 11:32

The University of Colorado held its third annual Admitted Student Day on Saturday to help introduce the school and campus to thousands of high school seniors from all over the country.

Rent the Runway, the Netflix of fashion.

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 April 2011


Tue, 04/05/2011 - 11:33

Rent the Runway is the perfect website for numerous events including weddings, birthdays and important dinners.

Fighting to graduate, graduating to fight

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 April 2011


Tue, 04/05/2011 - 11:31

The job hunt is weighing heavily on the shoulders of seniors as graduation rapidly approaches in May.

Students find relief at The Annex

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 April 2011


Tue, 04/05/2011 - 10:27

This isn’t your average Sunday church service. The Annex Boulder is a ministry that is greatly affecting the lives of students on weekly bases.

NCAR awaits politicians budget decisions

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 April 2011


Tue, 04/05/2011 - 10:29

The budget battle in Washington has reached Boulder, with the the National Center for Atmospheric Research caught in the middle.

Grad student faces challenges competing as a collegiate athlete

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 31 March 2011


Tue, 04/05/2011 - 10:25

Grad student athletes are few and far between on the CU campus. There are 336 athletes actively competing in the school’s Division I sports program.

Admitted students to visit CU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 31 March 2011


Thu, 03/31/2011 - 10:47

The third annual Admitted Student Day at CU will offer a chance to come experience all that the university has to offer this Saturday.

Crunch time workshops offer research assistance

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 March 2011


Tue, 03/29/2011 - 14:00

There is nothing quite like the week after Spring Break. The party is officially
over, which means libraries across campus are packed with CU students in

Safety plans surface after Hill shooting

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 March 2011


Tue, 03/29/2011 - 12:00

Students who once felt safe walking the streets of Boulder have lost comfort in the city.

Colorado bill could have full strength beer in convenient stores

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 March 2011


Thu, 03/31/2011 - 10:46

The Colorado House Committee voted to pass a bill that would allow grocery and convenient stores to carry full strength beer instead of the 3.2 beer they sell now.

Gas prices rise again

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 March 2011


Tue, 03/29/2011 - 10:39

Once again, gas prices are on the rise in Colorado. The average price for a regular gallon of gas in Boulder is $3.34.

Buffs defeat TSU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 March 2011


Tue, 03/29/2011 - 11:05

Sunday, the CU Men’s basketball team waited to hear their name called during the NCAA tournament selection show.

Local gym holds "Fittest Loser" contest to help people lose weight

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 March 2011


Thu, 03/17/2011 - 13:42

Stayin Fit and Lovin’ It in Boulder is just one of the gyms across the state finding similar ways to attract people to compete to lose weight.

Dorms to become more eco-friendly

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 March 2011


Thu, 03/17/2011 - 13:06

On Wednesday, CU hosted its Master Plan town hall meeting, a meeting held every ten years to discuss the expansion and future plans for CU's campus.

Rapping A Family Affair

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 March 2011

Students get creative at the UMC Nite Bite

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 March 2011

Midterms Cause Stress

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 March 2011


Tue, 03/29/2011 - 10:41

Little sleep and long hours at the library are all signs that one thing is approaching, midterms. Midterms can be extremely draining for senior Schermisia Chambers.

Boulder Fitness Trainer attempts to Break World Record

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 March 2011


Tue, 03/15/2011 - 20:17

Tony Stafford, Boulder fitness trainer and founder of local fitness group, Boulder Sports Performance, has dedicated his life to physical fitness and hopes to set a new world record.

U.S. government budget cuts could effect American disaster security

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 March 2011

‘BUFF Up The REC’ a hot issue on CU campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 March 2011


Tue, 03/15/2011 - 20:20

The Rec Center at CU is one of the most crowded buildings on campus.

CU holds bi-annual grad fair

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 March 2011


Tue, 03/15/2011 - 20:21

After spending four or five years at CU and thousands of dollars, students are preparing to graduate in May. But even after all those expenses, there is still one more.

No Melo? No Problem!

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 March 2011


Mon, 03/14/2011 - 17:41

Denver Nuggets Owner Josh Kroenke and General Manager Masai Ujiri have been very pleased so far since the blockbuster trade of All-Star player Carmelo Anthony.

Neve Designs to sponsor U.S Olympic ski team

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 March 2011


Thu, 03/10/2011 - 12:01

Boulder-based company Neve Designs is the creator of the official sweater of the U.S ski team for the 2014 winter Olympic games.

CU students stage their own idol competition

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 March 2011


Tue, 03/08/2011 - 13:26

Friday night marked the 9th annual “CU Idol” competition, which is sponsored by
The Herd, a student branch of the Alumni Association.

CU announcer shuts off his mic

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 March 2011


Tue, 03/08/2011 - 13:11

Alan Cass, the voice behind CU football and men’s basketball, announced his final game Saturday night at the Coors Events Center for the Buffs’ home finale against Nebraska.

CU considers going trayless

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 March 2011


Tue, 03/08/2011 - 13:17

Many schools across the country are forcing students to go trayless. This is in an attempt to reduce food waste and energy costs.

House votes for no permit needed to carry a gun

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 March 2011


Tue, 03/08/2011 - 13:22

Last Wednesday, the Colorado State House approved House Bill 1205, and it is now headed to the State Senate.

Glee Brings Glee to A Cappella Group on Campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 March 2011


Tue, 03/08/2011 - 13:12

CU’s premier a cappella group, The Buffoons, has seen a 15 percent increase in profits this year, and they are giving Fox’s hit show Glee all the credit.

Colorado European Union Center of Excellence partners CU with Europe

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 March 2011


Tue, 03/08/2011 - 11:20

Former President of the European Parliament, Enrique Barón Crespo recently visited the CU campus to speak to faculty and students about Europe's current political situation.

"Tunnel of Oppression" hopes to end discrimination on campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 March 2011


Thu, 03/03/2011 - 12:07

Around campus, oppression is an on going issue, and this week, CU has decided to act out against it.

Gas prices continue to rise

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 March 2011


Thu, 03/03/2011 - 12:05

With unrest and protests continuing to dominate the news from the Middle East and Northern Africa, Americans have definitely started to feel the facts back at home.

5280 annual restaurant week hits Boulder

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 March 2011

Spring break may offer healthy alternatives

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 March 2011


Thu, 03/03/2011 - 11:47

As CU students make their final preparations for the upcoming break, Wardenburg Heath Center's Community Health program is offering some advice on how to be safe and healthy.

CU men's basketball has high hopes

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 March 2011


Thu, 03/03/2011 - 11:44

The CU men’s basketball team is trying to make a run in the last week of the season, trying to gain a seed in the Big 12 Tournament to prove they are worthy of being in the NCAA Tournament.

A recent CU alum launches an innovative company called The Adventurous 500.

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 March 2011


Tue, 03/01/2011 - 16:06

CU alum, Ryan Park, a social media strategist, created a new way to promote local businesses in Colorado by integrating unique adventures into daily video blogs.

Oscar trends tackle spring fashion questions

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 March 2011


Tue, 03/01/2011 - 14:57

Sunday night was the film industry's biggest night. The Academy Awards honor the best movies of the year, but the following day is all about the event's biggest fashions.

Countdown to CU Idol

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 March 2011


Tue, 03/01/2011 - 14:26

Junior David DiGioia strums his guitar as he rehearses one of his original songs: “High Horse” in his house on the Hill. DiGioia is one of ten finalists in this year’s CU IDOL Top 10 Competition.

CU men march off Texas win towards tournament

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 March 2011


Tue, 03/01/2011 - 14:34

Saturday’s win over the number-five ranked Texas Longhorns was the biggest of Tad Boyle’s young career as the CU Men’s Basketball Coach.

CU grads set out to cure hangovers

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 March 2011


Tue, 03/01/2011 - 14:40

Former CU business grad Alex Vere-Nicoll and former CU psychology grad Marc Simons give students a reason to be lazy.

CU acquires large collection of swing and big band music

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 February 2011


Thu, 02/24/2011 - 13:47

The music school at CU announced today that is has acquired one of the largest big band era music collections.

CU's new staff is rich in Buff football history

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 February 2011

Bolivian lions find sanctuary in Keenesburg, CO.

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 February 2011


Thu, 02/24/2011 - 13:43

The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colo. is now home to 25 ex-circus and zoo lions rescued from Bolivia.

Students find sports alternative with intramurals

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 February 2011


Tue, 02/22/2011 - 23:36

At CU, students don't need to try out or be a competitive athlete to play in their favorite sports.

Student groups may lose funding

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 February 2011


Tue, 02/22/2011 - 19:10

CU Student Government (CSUG) is proposing two bills that may jeopardize the future of various student groups on campus.

CU's Buff Gold Dance Team heads to nationals

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 February 2011


Tue, 02/22/2011 - 13:03

The University of Colorado's Buff Gold Dance Team heads to California this weekend to compete at the United Spirit Association Collegiate Championships.

Buff up the Rec

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 February 2011


Tue, 02/22/2011 - 19:15

According to national and regional standards, the CU recreation facility falls short in comparison to other Pac-10 schools.

CU students lose contact with families in Egypt

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 February 2011


Tue, 02/22/2011 - 13:54

‘You’ve got mail.’ It’s a common phrase many of us come across daily when we use social media.

Theatre department celebrates 50 years

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 February 2011


Thu, 02/17/2011 - 13:22

CU’s Theatre department celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

Tipping decreases in Boulder

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 February 2011


Thu, 02/17/2011 - 13:17

A recent survey from the "Daily Reveille" shows tipping in restaurants has decreased over the past two year, and Boulder is no exception.

New Williams Village residence hall receives LEED platinum certification

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 February 2011


Thu, 02/17/2011 - 13:24

The new CU residence hall, Williams Village North is the first residence hall of its size to receive the U.S. Green Building Council LEED platinum rating.

CU athletes participate in Boulder Polar Plunge

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 February 2011


Thu, 02/17/2011 - 11:33

As a benefit for Special Olympics Colorado (SOCO), the Boulder Polar Plunge raises money to provide these athletes what they need to train and compete in special sports.

City plans to remove blue light emergency phones from the Hill

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 February 2011

CU students weigh in on ASSET bill

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 February 2011


Tue, 02/15/2011 - 13:14

A new bill, Advancing Students For A Stronger Economy Tomorrow, dubbed ASSET, has been giving students something to talk about this week on campus.

For spring graduates, job prospects looking up

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 February 2011


Tue, 02/15/2011 - 13:11

According to a study done by the Collegiate Employment Research Institute at Michigan State University, hiring at the bachelor degree level will increase by ten percent.For spring graduates, this is g

CU hockey team topples Rams

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 February 2011


Tue, 02/15/2011 - 13:05

The momentum is building for the University of Colorado men’s hockey team. Last Friday, they defeated the Colorado State Rams 5 to 1 and improved to 14-10-1-2 on the season.

City hopes to get funding to build underpass

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 February 2011

Most memorable Super Bowl Ads

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 February 2011


Sun, 02/13/2011 - 15:23

According to the Nielsen ratings, a record breaking 111 million viewers tuned in to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday night. And days after the super bowl, the only thing CU students seem to be talking about are which commercials were the funniest and most memorable.

Unknown assaliant attacks CU security guard

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 February 2011


Thu, 02/10/2011 - 13:05

Boulder Police are investigating an attempted sexual assault on the CU campus, according to a university news release.

CU students volunteer at parrot rescue

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 February 2011


Thu, 02/10/2011 - 12:53

To some people, adopting an exotic animal such as a parrot may seem like a cool thing to do, however, many don’t realize how difficult it is to raise one.

Boulder offers Valentine's Day options

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 February 2011


Thu, 02/10/2011 - 12:57

If you are like many CU students and haven’t made Valentine's Day plans yet, don’t worry. We have some great ideas for you.

Landlord negligence costly to tenant

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 February 2011


Thu, 02/10/2011 - 11:29

For students, signing a lease to their very first apartment can be an exciting experience.

CU offers lesson in culture through African dance

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 February 2011


Tue, 02/08/2011 - 21:15

When you walk into Fara Tolno’s African dance class, it seems as if you traveled to an unfamiliar land. Drums pound rhythmically, as people sing in West African French, and bodies flow to the beat.

Three CU freshman involved in fatal accident over the weekend

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 February 2011


Tue, 02/08/2011 - 21:37

A fatal car crash on Saturday leaves two CU students dead and one in serious condition.

Body Painting Outlawed at CU?

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 February 2011


Tue, 02/08/2011 - 21:34

Students often wear apparel depicting the CU logos and have a choice of either wearing black or gold on game day. Some students even go as far to paint their entire body the university colors.

CU students answer administrators call for civic engagement

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 February 2011


Tue, 02/08/2011 - 21:45

CU attracted national attention last week after being ranked number one in the country for graduates serving in the Peace Corp.

Head Coach Jon Embree blazes the recruiting trail

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 February 2011


Tue, 02/08/2011 - 21:19

CU football's new Head Coach Jon Embree signed 20 players to fill out his first recruiting class.

Police keep close eye on Boulder Halloween events

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 December 2010

All focus on CU coaching search

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 December 2010


Thu, 12/02/2010 - 12:13

With the 2010 season now completed, all eyes turn to the football coaching search.

CU Boulder's sustainable efforts earns gold

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 December 2010


Sun, 12/05/2010 - 14:14

Widespread sustainability efforts across the CU campus have recently gotten external recognition.

Cold weather contributing to car thefts, fines

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 November 2010


Thu, 12/02/2010 - 12:08

For many drivers in Colorado, cold weather makes driving in a chilly car an uncomfortable experience.

Gossip sites get dirty

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 November 2010


Thu, 12/02/2010 - 12:12

How would you feel if someone posted your pictures on the Internet and claimed you were a walking STD or the most self-centered person on campus?

Jeffery makes history with second ever triple-double

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 November 2010


Thu, 12/02/2010 - 12:09

The last time a CU womens basketball player dropped a triple-double (when a player tallies double-digits in three statistical categories) the Iran hostage was all over the news, Three Mile Island had

Finals are back

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 November 2010


Thu, 12/02/2010 - 12:10

Norlin Library has extra hours during the weeks leading up to finals. This helps students make-up those hours spent hanging with friends and study.

CU student tries for citizenship

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 November 2010


Tue, 11/30/2010 - 09:30

The process for an immigrant to become an American citizen is time-consuming and expensive. One CU student is experiencing firsthand how the process works and what it means to become an American.

Full interview with Lyuba Panchenko

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 November 2010

Legendary Buff sets sight on NFL

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 November 2010


Tue, 11/30/2010 - 09:31

Hype surrounds legendary CU offensive tackle Nate Solder, who is projected to go in the first round of the NFL draft in April.

Rescued dogs sniff out hope

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 November 2010


Tue, 11/30/2010 - 09:32

Nineteen dogs are waiting to find a new home after being rescued from an abandoned property in rural North Dakota. Their new destination: Boulder, CO.

Beach offers winter oasis

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 November 2010


Tue, 11/16/2010 - 12:29

While most people are getting ready to throw their sandals in the back of the closet for the winter, others are keeping them out and wearing them to the beach.

Study Abroad spotlighted at CU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 November 2010


Tue, 11/16/2010 - 12:26

This week, CU is participating in the 11th annual International Education Week, an event that started under the Clinton administration and now spans 100 countries around the globe.

Student-athletes move on from sports after college

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 November 2010


Tue, 11/16/2010 - 12:29

Student-athletes at the University of Colorado work hard to be competitive on the field and off.

How to improve final exam scores

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 November 2010


Fri, 11/12/2010 - 13:59

As students at the University of Colorado prepare to close out a long semester of tests, homework and study-induced headaches, their workloads are becoming heavier.

Dean of CU journalism school resigns

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 November 2010


Fri, 11/12/2010 - 13:52

Paul Voakes, dean of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at CU-Boulder, announced his resignation yesterday, effective summer 2011.

CU Celebrates Veterans Day

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 November 2010


Fri, 11/12/2010 - 13:55

CU celebrated Veterans Day by honoring our veterans with a ceremony in the Glenn Miller Ballroom this morning.

Mountain Vista wins girls field hockey championship

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 November 2010


Thu, 11/11/2010 - 12:37

Mountain Vista High School won its first state field hockey championship on Monday night when they defeated Kent Denver 1-0.

Hockey looks to reduce concussions

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 November 2010


Thu, 11/11/2010 - 09:55

Hockey is seen as one of the most aggressive and physical sports. If you’ve been to any youth, junior, college or professional game, you know a fight or big hit is sure to rally the crowd.

Bonfils Blood Drive seeks donors on CU's Campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 November 2010


Thu, 11/11/2010 - 09:56

The Bonfils Blood Drive is back on CU's campus and is hoping to reach their goal of a ten day blood supply.

Cold weather affects student's winter plans

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 November 2010


Thu, 11/11/2010 - 09:56

This week Boulder could finally get some snow after near record-breaking heat over the weekend left many wondering if it would ever start to feel like fall in Colorado.

CU Rec Center proposes renovations

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 November 2010


Thu, 11/11/2010 - 09:57

The recent CU Student Government election involved 2,500 voters approving an amendment which changes the way student fees can be increased.

Students react to mid-term elections

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 04 November 2010


Fri, 11/05/2010 - 14:53

Campus buzzed as the election approached. Lobbyists and fellow students encouraged students to participate in this election.

Legend of the Tarantula 2010

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 04 November 2010


Tue, 11/09/2010 - 10:16

Step into the world of the tarantula at the Butterfly Pavilion. Dispel the mystery behind the giants of the spider world, and uncover the beauty of these extraordinary creatures. Be the first to see rare tarantulas from around the world at the premier of this special exhibit running now through January.

CU basketball loses starting center to torn ACL

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 04 November 2010


Fri, 11/05/2010 - 14:54

The Colorado men’s basketball team had a rough start to their season last Wednesday, when they lost starting center Shane Harris-Tunks for the season due to a torn ACL.

Dentists offer "Cash 4 Candy"

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 04 November 2010


Tue, 11/09/2010 - 10:21

Do something sweet for your wallet — and your dental health — at this year's Cash 4 Candy buyback event.

Few votes for student government elections

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 November 2010


Thu, 11/04/2010 - 09:21

While most students are focused on the national election next Tuesday, an important contest is already taking place on campus.

Radio 1190 rocks the airwaves

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 28 October 2010


Tue, 11/02/2010 - 08:52

Great Lake Swimmers, Yo La Tengo and Gold Panda are just some of the favorites here. At KVCU Radio 1190, the less heard of eclectic and indie music, the better.

New hair fad hits Boulder

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 28 October 2010


Tue, 11/02/2010 - 08:51

Hairstyles come and go. Through the years, we’ve seen the rise and fall of such iconic tends as the perm, bob, beehive and mullet.

Boyle gears up for first season at CU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 28 October 2010


Tue, 11/02/2010 - 08:47

The first game of the men's basketball season is coming up November 12th against Idaho State, and new head coach Tad Boyle is starting to get more familiar with his new position.

Boulder Valley Humane Society holds onto first place in the "Save More Lives Challenge"

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 26 October 2010


Tue, 11/02/2010 - 08:36

Fifty shelters from around the United States are competing in the Save More Lives $100K Challenge.

CU alum helps us remember our childhood

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 21 October 2010


Thu, 10/21/2010 - 17:34

When people think of famous University of Colorado alumni, they think of Robert Redford, Glenn Miller and the creators of South Park.

Souper Bowlder benefits the Boulder County AIDS Project

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 21 October 2010


Tue, 11/02/2010 - 08:41

The Boulder County Arts and Crafts Gallery is stirring things up. Learn how buying a soup bowl will help make a difference in our community.

Pearl street dancer dances, 10 at 10

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 October 2010


Thu, 10/21/2010 - 11:30

Everyone from musicians to magicians are always found on Boulder’s Pearl Street, a popular spot for street performers of all sorts.

This month there’s something a little different.

An outlook on questions 2B, 2C

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 October 2010


Thu, 10/21/2010 - 11:27

As a 20 year franchise agreement expires with Xcel Energy, Boulder is looking for the "next step" — clearly stated on dispersed "Yes on 2B" signs.

Broadway slated for new underpass near campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 October 2010


Tue, 10/19/2010 - 11:39

With hundreds of students needing to cross the street to get to campus each day, the risk of pedestrian and motor vehicle accidents greatly increases.

Family weekend

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 October 2010


Tue, 10/19/2010 - 11:43

When thousands of parents suddenly descend on the city of Boulder, it must be Family Weekend again.

CU cheerleader amazes crowd, mentors friends and family

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 October 2010


Tue, 10/19/2010 - 11:39

Ozell Williams wows CU fans every weekend with his end-zone antics.

You can turn a profit off of your house ... as long as it's haunted

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 October 2010


Thu, 10/21/2010 - 11:19

One group of entrepreneurial high school graduates is cashing in on some prime real estate — and scaring the wits out of their friends and neighbors.

Safety verses tradition as CU students rush the field

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 October 2010


Tue, 10/19/2010 - 11:41

When CU students stormed the field against Georgia after a thrilling win, it attracted the scorn of sports fans from across the nation.

Concerns about eating disorders rise at CU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 October 2010


Tue, 10/19/2010 - 11:37

From exercising to eating right, Boulder, is known as one of the fittest cities in the nation.

Russell Moore appointed new CU Provost

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 October 2010


Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:44

Russell L. Moore was named the new Provost for the CU Boulder campus Wednesday.

Dawson School uses iPads to enhance youth learning

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 October 2010


Thu, 10/14/2010 - 10:58

With the introduction of the Amazon Kindle, the world began to see a movement toward e-books.

Digital overload prevents much needed downtime

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 October 2010


Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:04

For every minute in the day, there's an app for it. Everywhere you go, people use digital devices to get work done.

Habitat for Humanity incorporates "green" into their building

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 October 2010


Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:55

This last weekend, volunteers from all over the city came out to help build Habitat for Humanities’ most recent construction project in North Boulder.

CU Chancellor Phil DiStefano gives campus address

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 October 2010


Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:07

This morning the Chancellor gave his annual State of the Campus Address. He
discussed his plans for this year as well as future plans for the university's
flagship 2030 plan.

CU GLBT community celebrates "Coming Out Week"

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 October 2010


Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:05

The Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender community is celebrating its annual "Coming Out Week."

Equestrian team jumps to new heights

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 October 2010


Thu, 10/14/2010 - 11:05

The CU women won all their competitions this season. Last year they took numerous women to the regional championships. This year, they have their sites set on nationals.

SJMC class aims to make CU a more informed campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 October 2010


Fri, 10/08/2010 - 16:54

For students at the University of Colorado, finding answers to pressing questions is only a mouse click away.

Boulder's farmers market voted one of nation's best

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 October 2010


Thu, 10/07/2010 - 15:51

In the midst of the maze of booths and people, CU students Caroline Stewart and Laura Williams sit in the shade of tree watching the hundreds of market goers passing by.

CU tests alert system

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 October 2010


Thu, 10/07/2010 - 13:58

The University of Colorado is testing their text message alert system today.

Marching band motivates fans, players

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 October 2010


Thu, 10/07/2010 - 11:31

Fans cheering. Cheerleaders shouting. Whistles blowing. These are the sounds of game day. But there is one sound that sets college football games apart, that is the college marching band.

New IBS Building Raises Neighborhood Concerns

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 October 2010


Thu, 10/07/2010 - 11:34

The University of Colorado’s new Institute of Behavioral Sciences building has created controversy since before construction began in July 2009.

Buffs win over Georgia brings nostalgia of another win

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 07 October 2010


Thu, 10/07/2010 - 11:45

It’s Saturday. Game day. The University of Colorado football team upset Georgia 29-27 for the win, but the team and fans at Folsom Field had another win on their minds: the 1990 Championship game.

Practice facility construction underway

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 October 2010


Thu, 10/07/2010 - 11:32

With school officials’ Wednesday announcement that all University of Colorado athletics will join the Pac-12 next season, it is obvious that big changes are coming to CU athletics.

Rolling Stone political editor visits CU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 October 2010


Tue, 10/05/2010 - 11:56

The Conference on World Affairs starts in April, but one participant has already arrived. Rolling Stone Political Editor Matt Taibbi is on campus as part of CWA’s Athenaeum series.

Secret smoothies of the UMC

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 October 2010


Tue, 10/05/2010 - 11:57

Gummy bears, starbursts and fruit roll-ups aren't exactly names that come to mind when you think of Jamba Juice — but that's because you've never seen them on the menu.

CU football player has rare chance to play his former team

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 September 2010


Thu, 09/30/2010 - 16:50

When the Georgia Bulldogs visit Folsom Field this Saturday, it will mark the second time in history that a Southeastern Conference team has marched on to the stadium’s storied turf.

Flu can effect students at CU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 September 2010


Thu, 10/07/2010 - 11:33

Flu season is just around the corner. But don't call in sick just yet ...

AIDS Memorial Quilt

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 September 2010


Thu, 09/30/2010 - 16:51

The Queer Initiative student group brought the NAMES Foundation Memorial Quilt to the CU campus this week. The Memorial Quilt project began more than 20 years ago.

Colorado Shows Its Fall Colors

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 September 2010


Thu, 09/30/2010 - 16:51

Fall is here and there are plenty of places near Boulder to see the changing of the leaves.

Government looks to expand into social networking tapping

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 28 September 2010


Thu, 09/30/2010 - 12:08

A New York Times article recently discussed the possibility of a government imposed wiretap order on social networking sites.

Boulder Fire Rescue teaches CU students fire safety

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 28 September 2010


Tue, 09/28/2010 - 11:49

Last Saturday, 28 CU students began their day by being a mock fire fighter.

Uncertainty plagues Nuggets' pre-season

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 28 September 2010


Tue, 09/28/2010 - 11:45

It's the dawn of a new year on the court for the Nuggets — and before the excitement even begins, the drama outside the game is in full arch.

CU students challenge themselves to a sobriety test

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 27 September 2010

e-Go CarShare expands

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 September 2010


Fri, 09/24/2010 - 12:36

Getting to Thornton for a meeting is a little more challenging for senior physics and education major Ryan O'Block. But with e-Go CarShare, he has the option to make getting around simpler.

CU football commemorates 1990 title season

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 September 2010


Sat, 09/25/2010 - 11:15

Wearing throwback uniforms is done by teams, both at the college and professional level, on a regular basis (sometimes too regular if you watch the NBA).

Fourmile blaze personal for firefighters

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 23 September 2010


Sat, 09/25/2010 - 11:12

Battling the Fourmile Fire hit especially close to home for many firefighters.

Obama healthcare plan takes effect

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 23 September 2010

Assaults on campus prompt precautions

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 21 September 2010


Tue, 09/21/2010 - 16:11

Two assaults in the first week of September have brought advice from CU Police and the Office of Victim Assistance.

University hopes new dorm will attract upperclassmen

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 21 September 2010


Tue, 09/21/2010 - 16:27

The University of Colorado plans to add a new upperclassmen dorm to its 22 freshman dorms next Fall.

CU Bookstore launches socially conscious clothing

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 21 September 2010


Tue, 09/21/2010 - 16:13

Located just inside the doors of the CU Boulder bookstore lies an eco-friendly clothing line called Smart Threads.

Women's heels reach new heights

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 April 2010


Thu, 04/22/2010 - 20:29

There seem to be a correlation between the recession and women wearing higher heels.

Students gather to celebrate Engineering Days

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 April 2010


Thu, 04/22/2010 - 11:02

Students from the Engineering school participate in the Engineering Design Expo. Today, they were joined by high school students from all over the state to participate in the annual egg drop.

Two women redefine friendship and motherly love

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 April 2010


Thu, 04/22/2010 - 09:28

Sara and Mindy are best friends, but now they will always share a motherly connection.

Commentary about 4/20

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 April 2010

Students self-police their own parties

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 April 2010


Thu, 04/22/2010 - 09:21

CU students are offered a chance to self-police their parties starting Friday, April 18th lasting until May 8th.

The job search is on

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 April 2010

Is the tanning tax just the beginning?

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 April 2010


Thu, 04/15/2010 - 13:45

The back end of the 906 page Health Care Reform details a tax on indoor tanning.

New head coach shares outlook and goals

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 April 2010


Thu, 04/15/2010 - 13:48

On Monday, Mike Bohn announced that Linda Lappe, former coach of the Metro State Roadrunners, will be given the new head coach position for the CU Women’s basketball team.

CU raises bottled water awareness

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 13 April 2010


Tue, 04/13/2010 - 15:24

That bottle of water may look innocent, but a group on campus is working to change that.

Tennis: Two sophomores do their part for the team

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 13 April 2010


Tue, 04/13/2010 - 20:50

There are nine members on the University of Colorado tennis team, but only six are able to compete in each event leaving some without the chance to play.

Former CU student on trial for taping dog to fridge

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 13 April 2010


Tue, 04/13/2010 - 20:37

It's day two of a trial that has been getting national attention.

CU's debate team clinches tournament

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 April 2010


Tue, 04/13/2010 - 20:43

CU’s debate team won an astonishing unanimous 7-0 decision at the National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence.

CU students and community members volunteer for CWA

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 April 2010


Thu, 04/08/2010 - 11:39

The 62nd Conference on World Affairs (CWA) began Monday. Students and community members who volunteer for CWA play an important role throughout the conference.

New scoliosis treatment premiers in Colorado

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 April 2010


Thu, 04/08/2010 - 11:24

It is a treatment developed by the Clear Institute that is giving athletes the chance to lose the brace. Dr. Michael Farrell brings early stage scoliosis intervention to Fort Collins.

Students speak up on Capitol Hill

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 April 2010


Thu, 04/08/2010 - 22:39

Colorado students protested against a bill proposing a cut in funding for higher education on Wednesday.

Google offers map for bike trails

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 April 2010


Thu, 04/08/2010 - 22:44

Google has come out with a new tool for avid bikers, allowing them to look up dedicated bike trails on Google Maps.

New CU Registration system has glitches

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 April 2010


Thu, 04/08/2010 - 11:23

The new registration system is supposed to make things easier for students, but it's leaving some confused and some unable to even register.

Milewski makes the best of her second senior season

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 April 2010


Tue, 04/06/2010 - 11:27

Being a program's all-time leader in anything is quite an achievement. But getting a second chance to break a record is something not many athletes get to do.

Pet owners beware: dog laws can be confusing

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 April 2010


Thu, 04/22/2010 - 09:31

Dog laws are not always black and white. Although state law provides some protection, your animal could still be breaking the law under city code. So what can you do to protect yourself and your pet?

The Future is Now for Nanotechnology

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 April 2010

Aspen Ski Company takes charge towards climate change

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 April 2010


Sat, 04/03/2010 - 14:43

Aspen Ski Company recognizes that climate change may have an effect on their ski industry. This has made them the leader in reducing their carbon footprint compared to other ski resorts.

War on the Quad

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 April 2010


Thu, 04/01/2010 - 09:25

Happy April Fools!

CU Collider Research

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 March 2010


Wed, 03/31/2010 - 12:28

TIPS/Underage Drinking

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 March 2010


Wed, 03/31/2010 - 12:26

Servers and sellers of liquor in Boulder are using new methods to stop underage drinking.

Hot Yoga

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 30 March 2010


Wed, 03/31/2010 - 12:26

Yoga has been practiced for centuries. Bikram yoga brings a new element to traditional practice.

Colorado changes medical marijuana trends

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 March 2010

NOAA discovers unexpected chlorine levels in Boulder

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 March 2010


Fri, 03/26/2010 - 19:26

NOAA and CU scientists have found unexpected levels of chlorine in the lower atmosphere.

Atmospheric chemist Nick Wagner explains what this means to Boulder.

CU Volleyball, without the Spandex

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 March 2010


Fri, 03/26/2010 - 19:39

CU’s varsity volleyball team has always been the dominant volleyball team on campus. Granted, with their talented girls and Big 12 competitors, it would be logical to think of them first.

Larry "The Boot Guy" makes perfect boot fit

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 March 2010


Thu, 03/18/2010 - 09:50

For any athlete, it is important to stay healthy and uninjured both on and off season. With 26 bones, 36 muscles and over 10 thousand nerve endings in each foot, it is vital for athletes to take care of their feet. In the sport of skiing, the feet are the only part of the body that is attached to equipment. Considering this, nobody wants to have an uncomfortable ski boot while out on the slopes.

Students concerns rise with increase in crime on hill

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 March 2010


Thu, 03/18/2010 - 10:21

Recent crimes on the hill are leaving students concerned. NewsTeam's Kelly Schuberth reports.

Lesbian couple releases public statement

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 March 2010


Thu, 03/18/2010 - 10:08

For the first time, the lesbian parents of a Sacred Heart Preschool student are speaking out.

Last night, over 100 people gathered in the community to hear the statement. A week ago, the child was denied re-enrollment from the school because of the parent's sexual orientation.

Read the entire public statement from the couple at:

http://www.9news.com/pdfs/StatementfromtheParents.pdf

Where have all the tomatoes gone?

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 March 2010


Thu, 03/18/2010 - 10:14

Freezing temperatures aren't just hurting people. Florida's winter freeze killed 70 percent of its tomato crop causing prices to double, leaving restaurants to cut back.

CU dealing with sexual assaults

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 March 2010


Thu, 03/11/2010 - 00:28

A recent National Public Radio (NPR) show revealed that universities are not being strict enough when it comes to investigating and incarcerating sexual assault cases. Sexual assaults are the most under reported crime on any campus.

Smallest RNA molecule engineered in CU's labs

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 March 2010


Thu, 03/11/2010 - 12:40

The processes that led to life on Earth are an unsolved puzzle. But the labs here at CU’s MCDB department are starting to find the pieces — and they’re really small.

New coach for CU Lacrosse

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 March 2010


Thu, 03/11/2010 - 12:46

Slacks, dress shirt and a tie are uncommon sights these days for athletic head coaches on the sidelines, but for University of Colorado Lacrosse Head Coach Pete Stevenson, he wouldn’t have it any other way.

CU to bolt for the Pac 10?

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 March 2010


Thu, 03/11/2010 - 12:34

Watch out buff fans… gone could be the days of seeing Nebraska or Texas come to Folsom Field in favor of USC or the Bruins of UCLA.

Community voices opinions in preschool controversy

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 March 2010


Thu, 03/11/2010 - 12:35

Over the weekend, members of the community shared their grief and anger towards the Sacred Heart Preschool refusing to re-enroll a child of a lesbian couple.

The Catholic Archdiosese refused the child to re-enroll last week — which has caught the ear of parents all over the country. The Archdiosese made an official statement that "homosexual couples are in dissacord with the Catholic Teaching".

Some footage courtesy to Channel 7 News. All Rights Reserved to Channel 7.

CU remembers the Holocaust this week

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 March 2010


Tue, 03/09/2010 - 12:43

CU's Hillel Program is remembering the Holocaust with guest speakers, roses and a flag memorial at the Norlin Quad. Most of the guest speakers are actual Holocaust survivors and will be throughout the week in the UMC room 235. More information about the events and the speakers can be found on www.hillelcolorado.org .

Tips for how to have a safe spring break

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 March 2010


Tue, 03/09/2010 - 12:29

Typical spring break destinations like Mexico can be dangerous. There are safe alternatives to traveling south of the border.

CU remembers the Holocaust this week

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 March 2010

The Connection offers several fun activities

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 04 March 2010


Tue, 03/09/2010 - 12:21

Do you need an alternative to partying on the hill? The Connection has a lot to offer including billiards, an arcade and of course bowling.

A game of Humans vs. Zombies

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 04 March 2010


Tue, 03/09/2010 - 12:21

The popular game of Humans vs. Zombies has reached CU. Even though the zombies in this game aren't of any harm, humans can still protect themselves by hurling socks at approaching zombies.

Spring Break Safety at the UMC

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 04 March 2010


Thu, 03/04/2010 - 12:52

Learn about how to have a safe and fun spring break today from 10-4 p.m. at the UMC. Free stuff will be given away including H1N1 shots, candy and a chance to win an iPod Shuffle.

It is just two weeks away, so what better time to start preparing?

Information about what you can do in Boulder, and how to have fun outside of Boulder will also be available.

The hardships of being a student-athlete

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 04 March 2010


Thu, 03/04/2010 - 12:55

NCAA has released recent graduation rates of student athletes with CU towards the bottom.

CU student wants to live off Groupons for a year

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 March 2010


Thu, 03/04/2010 - 12:51

Each day, Groupon.com features an incredible deal on things to do, see and eat in your city and other cities around the country. CU student Philip Thurner is attempting to live off only Groupons for 365 days.

It pays to be a learning assistant

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 March 2010


Tue, 03/02/2010 - 21:30

The CU Teach Program is now accepting applications for physics, chemistry, math, astronomy and molecular, cellular and developmental biology learning assistants. Learning assistants must have taken and passed the science or math class with an A or B. Students will be paid $1500 for the semester to attend the classes daily, meet with the professor weekly and attend another weekly class about learning styles and techniques. Applications will be accepted until March 10th and can be found on www.stem.colorado.edu.

CU's Recycling Center upgrade

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 March 2010


Tue, 03/02/2010 - 21:32

CU's new dual stream recycling makes it easier to go green.

Vote for CU spirit shirt design

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 March 2010


Tue, 03/02/2010 - 21:28

Cast your vote on which design is the best for next school year.

Men's crew team prepares for spring season

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 March 2010


Tue, 03/02/2010 - 11:45

Early mornings, freezing temperatures, six days a week. For these athletes, it’s just part of the deal. So what is it about this sport that keeps them coming back for more?

Hip Hop Sulha changes the world one song at a time

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 March 2010


Tue, 03/02/2010 - 21:23

There is a new trend in music for young people and it is not in the top 40.

Could Convenience stores sell regular beer?

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 28 February 2010


Sun, 02/28/2010 - 17:28

Talk about convenience…

The state house recently voted on a bill that potentially could let convenience stores stop selling 3.2 beers in favor of full strength beer.

CU student falls off roof

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 26 February 2010

Women's Locker Room Addition

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 25 February 2010


Sat, 02/27/2010 - 19:17

CU Recreation Center offers new options for students and community. Almost 900,000 students visit the Rec Center annually, according to CU Boulder. In order to help meet the demand, part of the women’s locker room has been transformed into a women’s only fitness room.

The forgotten Pearl hot dog stand

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 February 2010


Thu, 02/25/2010 - 10:06

Freddie’s Hot Dog Stand on Pearl Street battles the bitter winter and the recession but comes out on top.

Olympic iPhone app from Boulder

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 February 2010


Thu, 02/25/2010 - 12:20

The Cowbell 2010 iPhone application recently jumped to the number one spot under sports paid iPhone apps.

Navajo weaving workshops draw crowds

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 February 2010


Thu, 02/25/2010 - 12:18

Maybe you have glanced at it on your way to class or to the hill, but have you ever stopped in? The CU Museum of Natural History is stitching up a way to draw in crowds with weaving workshops.

Intramurals too full

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 February 2010


Tue, 02/16/2010 - 12:36

Boulder was recently named the healthiest city in the United States. It’s no wonder that students love to play sports, especially intramurals. But in the past few years, some students haven’t been able to participate because of a lack of space.

RTD student bus pass costly for some, benefit for others

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 16 February 2010


Tue, 02/16/2010 - 12:24

Do you ride the bus? Or are you sick of paying for a pass you never use? The CU bus pass is a mandatory fee on all student bills, whether you use it or not.

#Haiti: Social media provides new source of information during crisis

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 11 February 2010


Thu, 02/11/2010 - 13:12

In the days after the Haiti earthquake, the online world trembled in the aftermath with many contributing information about anything and everything.

Dominos gets new crust

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 09 February 2010


Thu, 02/11/2010 - 12:56

The National Association of Pizza Operators reports that pizza is a $35 billion a year industry. With almost 69,000 pizzerias in the U.S., it’s no wonder Dominos is introducing something new in order to stay on top.

Technology changes the face of domestic violence

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 02 February 2010


Tue, 02/16/2010 - 12:42

Of people over the age of 18, 3.4 million are stalked each year in the United States, and persons aged 18-24 years experience the highest rate of stalking according to the National Center for Victims of Crime. Technology gives abusers a new way to reach their victims, but their motives remain the same; to intimidate and harass their partner.

Sculpting through life

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 December 2009


Thu, 12/03/2009 - 13:21

Alonzo Clemons had a bad accident as a young boy. He fell on his head leaving him with a severe disability.

New proposal to clean up hill area

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 December 2009


Thu, 12/03/2009 - 13:33

Overflowing trash cans and dumpsters have become a major issue in the revitalization effort on the hill. A Boulder commission has started to draft a proposal that they hope will clean up the problem.

Chew on this

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 December 2009


Thu, 12/03/2009 - 13:31

What if there was a miracle drug that could make people smarter, increase short and long term memory and improve brain functionality?

Wii Sports can keep you active in the wintery weather

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 December 2009


Fri, 12/04/2009 - 16:18

People can stay active in the wintery weather.

Aliens and U.F.Os on Denver's radar

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 December 2009


Thu, 12/03/2009 - 13:33

Denver resident Jeff Peckman received 10,000 signatures for his proposal.

No more texting while driving

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 December 2009

Personal online content can cost you a job

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 December 2009


Tue, 12/01/2009 - 21:19

As the unemployment rate rises to about ten percent, the job market is becoming more competitive. University of Colorado students seeking employment after graduation should keep in mind that it's not just resumes that employers are reviewing.

The full cut-to-recycle Christmas tree guide

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 December 2009


Tue, 12/01/2009 - 21:23

Boulder will no longer allow residents to cut Christmas trees at Flagstaff this year. But, there is good news. If cutting a Christmas tree is your holiday tradition, there are other options.

CU dance team leaps towards success

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 December 2009


Tue, 12/01/2009 - 21:27

There are several dance teams on campus, each one with a different association. The CU Express dance team performs at CU Varsity athletic events. The Gold Rush dance line performs with the band at football half-times. However, there is one team with less performance opportunity and larger than life goals.

This year's holiday fare forecast

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 November 2009


Thu, 11/19/2009 - 14:22

Holiday travel has always been a pain in the butt, but this year it's even harder on your wallet.

Awww, nuts!

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 November 2009


Thu, 11/19/2009 - 14:42

CU goes out of its way to label foods served in dining halls across campus to warn those with food allergies of allergens that may lurk within.

Traveling with health in mind

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 November 2009


Thu, 11/19/2009 - 14:27

The travel clinic at Wardenburg Health Center can help you pack for your health.

Good dogs roam free

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 November 2009


Thu, 11/19/2009 - 14:45

With a quick video, a small fee and a special green tag, dogs can cruise the mountains off-leash in some of Boulder's Open Space and Mountain Parks.

Youth Gymnastics

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 19 November 2009

Diversity team brings awareness to oppression

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 18 November 2009


Wed, 11/18/2009 - 16:18

Definition of Oppression: to subject a person or a people to a harsh or cruel form of domination.

“Frozen Dead Guy” celebrates his 20th year being frozen

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 November 2009


Wed, 11/18/2009 - 00:33

The small mountain town of Nederland, Colorado has always been known for their eccentricities. The weirdest of them all is Bredo Morstoel, better known as Grandpa Bredo, the “Frozen Dead Guy.”

Pearl Street businesses persevere in bad economy, bad winter

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 November 2009


Wed, 11/18/2009 - 00:31

On a sunny day the Pearl Street mall in downtown Boulder is a bustling and busy place, but with a bad economy and cold weather, it can be a difficult place to do business.

Running for a second chance at life

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 November 2009


Wed, 11/18/2009 - 00:32

Most people lace up their sneakers and hit the trail for good health and fitness,
but the AIR Foundation uses running to help fight addiction and homelessness.

Life With Looney

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 November 2009


Wed, 11/18/2009 - 00:32

In a typical literature class, students might learn about different writing styles or the biography of famous authors.

Husker Jokes

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 November 2009


Wed, 11/18/2009 - 00:34

The CU Buffs and Nebraska Cornhuskers will have their annual meeting next Friday the 27th at 1:30pm. Nebraksa currently leads the series 46-17-2.

Balloon boy parents plead guilty

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 14 November 2009

State budget shortfall could mean tuition hike

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 November 2009

Going green, in style.

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 November 2009


Thu, 11/12/2009 - 12:32

Tesla Motors is calling on Boulder residents to trade in their gas guzzlers for the Roadster Sport, the world's first and only highway capable electric car.

New rules set for medical marijuana

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 November 2009


Sat, 11/14/2009 - 18:27

Boulder tests new regulations for medical marijuana dispensaries.

Golden Buffaloes march into fans hearts

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 November 2009


Thu, 11/12/2009 - 12:32

At CU football games, it’s not always the football team the crowd is cheering for. Some fans are turning their attention towards the Golden Buffalo Marching band.

Should college students worry about their dental hygiene?

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 November 2009


Thu, 12/03/2009 - 09:33

A college student's lifestyle can adversely affect dental hygiene.

Thanksgiving is a day to lend a helping hand

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 12 November 2009


Thu, 11/12/2009 - 13:24

Doing a good deed on Thanksgiving can make all of the difference. Don’t miss out on your chance to help out your community.

Young Military at CU Celebrates Veteran's Day

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 November 2009


Tue, 11/10/2009 - 14:01

Veteran's Day gives civilians the chance to honor the men and women that serve their country. Tomorrow, young military men and women on campus will also honor those who have served before them.

Buffs pledge to live green

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 November 2009


Tue, 11/10/2009 - 14:08

The University of Colorado and the Environmental Center are celebrating America Recycles Day today.

Recycling made easy by CU Recycling Services

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 November 2009

Taxi cab confessions

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 November 2009


Tue, 11/10/2009 - 14:09

Carl Simms formerly owned a Boulder coffee business that supplied grinds to other coffee houses. Once the recession hit, Carl was forced to close down.

Buffs fans sport new color at Saturday's football game

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 November 2009


Wed, 11/11/2009 - 19:58

Powder blue, which the CU football team wore in the early 80s was a common color among students at Saturday's game against Texas A&M. During the early 80s, the school changed its' colors to powder blue, and during the four years that they sported this color, they were among the worst teams in the nation. With the recent collapse of the football team lately, the students at CU wanted to show their frustration by wearing the powder blue once again.

Mentor program helps students stay on track

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 10 November 2009


Tue, 11/10/2009 - 14:11

Isabel Lopez Martinez is an 8th grader at Manhattan Middle School. Originally from Juarez, Mexico, she speaks English as her second language. She faces numerous other challenges as she attempts to adjust to the life of an average American teen.

City hopes to crack down on marijuana dispensaries

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 November 2009


Fri, 11/06/2009 - 13:49

The City of Boulder Planning Board will come together on Thursday at 6p.m. to consider regulating and potentially banning medical marijuana dispensaries in Boulder.

Ralphie handlers hold on to tradition

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 November 2009


Fri, 11/06/2009 - 13:08

Rated one of the top 'live' collegiate mascots, CU's Ralphie has won over students, fans and alumni by kicking off home football games with a run around the field.

Dance instructor offers pole dancing course

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 05 November 2009


Fri, 11/06/2009 - 13:02

Dr. Lori Huett brings a new kind of dancing to Colorado, pole dancing.

Municipal elections vs. "American Idol" voting

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 November 2009

Weird and crazy laws

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 03 November 2009

Halloween homecoming

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 October 2009


Thu, 10/29/2009 - 14:56

With the homecoming football game falling on Halloween this year, many students want to know if their costume will be permitted inside the stadium.

Broken drinking fountains problematic at football games

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 October 2009


Thu, 10/29/2009 - 14:57

On any given Saturday, the University of Colorado's Folsom Field can hold over 53 thousand fans. In a city that can easily see temperatures reach the mid 80s during the fall, keeping hydrated is important. There is one problem, the drinking fountains do not work.

A local Halloween attraction is back again

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 October 2009


Thu, 10/29/2009 - 15:02

The Boulder High Haunted House, rated one of Colorado's scariest is back and ready to provide terrors and tremors this Halloween for anyone courageous enough to enter.

UCSU works with $34 million

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 27 October 2009


Tue, 10/27/2009 - 15:31

The University of Colorado’s Student Union controls a budget of $34 million.

Websites boast ability to match couples based on genetics

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 27 October 2009


Tue, 10/27/2009 - 15:36

Match.com and eHarmony.com are common relationship sites, but a new trend has entered the dating scene that is getting a little scientific.

Winter season brings chance of snow days

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 27 October 2009

Women's Hockey

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 27 October 2009


Tue, 10/27/2009 - 15:45

The CU Women’s Club Hockey Team consists of 20 students who have a passion for hockey.

UCSU: LSAT Prep Class

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 27 October 2009


Tue, 10/27/2009 - 16:33

The cost of education is rising, and the economy is struggling. Paying for school is hard enough these days.

Student creates new iPhone app., gives RTD bus schedule

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 October 2009


Thu, 10/22/2009 - 13:52

Bus riders will soon know exactly when Boulder buses will arrive at their stop with a new iPhone application developed by sophomore Zach Shapiro.

Sustainable poultry farms

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 October 2009


Thu, 10/22/2009 - 18:24

Poultry farming comes a little closer to the city.

Ghost stories of CU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 October 2009


Thu, 10/22/2009 - 13:39

'Tis the season to be spooked, and it seems students on campus are digging up reasons that suggest CU is haunted. There are two main buildings that students believe to be haunted: Sewall Hall and Macky Auditorium.

The Ritz starts the Halloween party early

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 October 2009


Thu, 10/22/2009 - 14:12

There are new trends this year for Halloween and The Ritz is full of costume ideas.

Barefoot and loving it

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 October 2009


Thu, 10/22/2009 - 14:17

Michael Sandler was told he would never walk again, but he proved his doctors wrong.

CU French class learns through singing

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 October 2009


Thu, 10/22/2009 - 18:26

A new French class gets students up from their desks and onto the stage.

Unusual CU Classes

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 October 2009

Dogs accompany students on campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 October 2009


Thu, 10/22/2009 - 18:25

Laura brings her dog Ivy to school with her in preparation to become a therapy dog. Although the CU’s policy does not allow pets, professors can make an exception.

CU proposes ban on student parking

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 October 2009


Wed, 10/21/2009 - 12:29

CU environmental officials have filed a proposal to restrict parking on campus to only faculty and staff. Students would not be allowed to park on campus.

Danger lurks in social networking

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 October 2009


Thu, 10/22/2009 - 13:40

National figures show that victims of cyberstalking tend to be females ages 18-29, but they aren't the only ones in danger online.

Alanna Rizzo battles the sports arena

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 October 2009


Tue, 10/20/2009 - 14:09

Reporter and CU alum Alanna Rizzo handles playing with the big boys in a world dominated by men. Find out how she raises the stakes to keep herself in the game.

Doggone dog flu

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 20 October 2009


Tue, 10/20/2009 - 17:01

Dogs, too, can get a strain of flu just like humans.

Tips to avoid identity theft

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 October 2009

Boulder gears up for parents weekend

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 October 2009


Thu, 10/15/2009 - 13:49

Over 4,600 parents are expected to visit Boulder this weekend for the University of Colorado's Parents Weekend.

A behind-the-scenes look at the sports medicine facility

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 October 2009


Thu, 10/15/2009 - 13:52

With 11 Division I sports and more than 300 student-athletes, the sports medicine department focuses on the prevention and treatment of athlete's aches and pains. The facility offers multiple benefits that keep an athlete healthy and ready for game day.

An old cycling race may be coming back to Colorado

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 October 2009


Thu, 10/15/2009 - 13:45

As the weather gets colder Boulder’s active cycling community settles down until spring.

The Bioneers are coming

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 15 October 2009

Job market uncertain for CU graduates

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 13 October 2009


Tue, 10/13/2009 - 14:46

As December quickly approaches, University of Colorado seniors are preparing to enter a sluggish job market. Companies expect to hire seven percent fewer graduates in 2010 than they did in 2009, according to a report by The National Association of Colleges and Employers.

CU's Career Services offers a hand with job searches

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 13 October 2009


Tue, 10/13/2009 - 14:55

CU seniors face a tough challenge this year when they graduate. Employers are expecting to hire fewer graduates than in the past. To help students come up with a plan, CU provides some unique job search services.

Risk increases for students without helmets

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 13 October 2009


Tue, 10/13/2009 - 15:23

CU students who don't wear helmets are at a much greater risk for accidents. Anywhere from 45 to 88 percent of brain injuries can be prevented by wearing a helmet.

Boulder City Council Debate

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 13 October 2009


Tue, 10/13/2009 - 15:04

It's not everyday you get to hear the best one-liner that a political candidate has up their sleeve. That's exactly what Boulder residents got to hear from their 2009 Boulder City Council candidates Monday (Oct. 12) night at the Fox Theater.

Ski season arrives

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 October 2009

Get ready to ski

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 October 2009


Thu, 10/08/2009 - 16:42

Cold weather, combined with early snowfall allowed Colorado ski resorts to open early this 2009-2010 season.

Crosswalk safety concerns raised on campus

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 October 2009


Thu, 10/08/2009 - 17:45

After recent crosswalk accidents over the past few months, walking across the street has taken on an entirely different meaning.

Crosswalk safety tips

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 October 2009

Professor moves back to the dorms

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 October 2009


Thu, 10/08/2009 - 17:02

Professor Scot Douglass, director of the engineering honors program, doesn’t
have to go very far to teach. In fact, he is the first ever live-in faculty member
on the CU campus, setting up residency in the newly renovated Andrews Hall
alongside his students.

CU's newest building: C4C

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 October 2009


Thu, 10/08/2009 - 17:14

The Center for Community, which broke ground in May, has had some students guessing on what the building is going to be used for.

Stept ski holds premiere

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 08 October 2009


Thu, 10/08/2009 - 17:56

A group of CU students are a 'Stept' ahead of their peers, owning their own production company before they've even graduated.

Their film 'How We Livin' embodies what it's like to be an athlete, student and entrepreneur all in one.

Swine flu vaccinations

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 October 2009


Tue, 10/06/2009 - 14:01

Swine flu vaccinations are expected to arrive in Boulder this week... but are you eligible to receive one?

Q & A about the swine flu vaccine

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 October 2009

Student-athletes manage their precious time

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 October 2009


Tue, 10/06/2009 - 15:23

There are 24 hours in each day. Subtract four of those hours for class. Five for track practice and lifting. One for treatment. Two hours for mandatory study hall. Three for eating, and eight hours for standard things, such as sleeping, and you get a student-athlete's daily schedule. Oh, and one whole hour for the athlete to experience college on their own time.

CU Chancellor DiStefano focuses on study abroad in address

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 October 2009


Tue, 10/06/2009 - 14:56

Studying abroad was one topic discussed during Chancellor DiStefano’s state of the campus address given at the University Memorial Center Monday afternoon.

Where are CU students studying abroad and in what fields

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 October 2009

Women's rugby rakes up some dough

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 06 October 2009


Thu, 10/08/2009 - 09:01

The CU Women's Rugby teams offers a unique opportunity for incoming students and offers some original fundraising ideas.

Text messages alert CU

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 October 2009


Thu, 10/01/2009 - 11:53

Text messages help students, faculty and staff be the first to know when major events strike CU.

Two CU football players disciplined

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 October 2009


Thu, 10/01/2009 - 11:51

Two CU football players have been cited by the Boulder Police Department after allegedly being involved in a fight at the Kappa Sigma Fraternity house Friday night.

Big thighs can be good for your body

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 October 2009


Sun, 10/04/2009 - 23:22

Body image is an issue among young men and women. "Problem areas" like your thighs might not be such a problem after all. A recent study in the British Medical Journal says that big thighs could reduce your risk of cardiovascular diseases.

CU Wizards work their magic on sports

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 October 2009


Thu, 10/01/2009 - 11:56

The 33rd annual CU Wizards series at Duane Physics started off with a bang,
literally on Saturday (Sept. 26). Their first presentation, “Physics of Sports”
covered many different science topics geared toward elementary school kids.

Students say goodbye to job hunt and hello to volunteering

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 01 October 2009


Thu, 10/01/2009 - 11:55

The current job market has caused many new graduates to trade in their nine to five job for voluneering.

Amputee story of hope

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 September 2009


Tue, 09/29/2009 - 10:43

Chris (age 23) and Pete Spelke had the world at their feet. Fearless and full of energy they lived their lives to the fullest.

Health concerns for traveling abroad

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 September 2009

Small fire breaks out at Cristol Chemistry building

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 September 2009


Tue, 09/29/2009 - 23:39

Students were awoken this morning by a text message advising them of a fire in the Cristol Chemistry building.

How to stay fire smart

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 September 2009

CU Book Store Thefts Increase

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 September 2009


Tue, 09/29/2009 - 23:42

Thefts have been on the rise this semester at the CU-Boulder Book Store.

Barringer leaves CU with some big shoes to fill

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 September 2009


Tue, 09/29/2009 - 23:46

They've run in the Olympic games. They've crossed four NCAA championship races in first place.

CU instrument orbits Mercury

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 September 2009

Moondance Film Festival

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 29 September 2009


Tue, 09/29/2009 - 10:49

Terminator or American Pie are two films that were not shown at the Moon Dance Film Festival.

Don't be a nuisance this year

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 September 2009


Thu, 09/24/2009 - 11:14

Shooting off fireworks, public urination, brawling and drinking on the sidewalk can result in a ticket. How much that ticket costs however depends on individual situations as well as cooperation.

H1N1 update

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 September 2009

Construction begins on new biotech building

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 September 2009


Thu, 09/24/2009 - 13:47

CU's Flagship 2030 project is bringing lots of changes and construction to the Boulder campus.

Dodge ball intramurals

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 September 2009


Thu, 09/24/2009 - 11:02

Intramural sports are an opportunity for college students who lack that unique Division 1 athletic ability to still have a shot at Glory.

More on intramural sports

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 September 2009


Thu, 09/24/2009 - 11:01

To view all intramural sports at the rec center: http://www.colorado.edu/rec-center/intramuralsports/

CU traditions of old and new

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 24 September 2009


Thu, 09/24/2009 - 11:21

Kay Oltmans can tell you the University of Colorado at Boulder did landscaping around Old Main back in 1879.

Fall starts out chilly

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 September 2009


Tue, 09/22/2009 - 15:37

Tuesday, September 22 at 3:19 p.m. marks the official start of fall. University of Colorado at Boulder students say it feels and looks a whole lot like winter.

CU study links dirt to happiness

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 September 2009


Tue, 09/22/2009 - 16:02

A unique CU study has linked a bacteria found in dirt to some surprising health benefits. Depression, Asthma and even the quality of life in cancer patients could be improved with this dirty remedy.

Space heater dangers

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 September 2009


Tue, 09/22/2009 - 15:44

Leaves are changing and temperatures are dropping which means spending more time indoors and turning on space heaters.

CU works to decrease drop out rates

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 September 2009


Tue, 09/22/2009 - 15:42

Freshmen enrollment at the University of Colorado has reached record-breaking levels.

Inside linebacker as player and parent

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 September 2009


Tue, 09/22/2009 - 15:58

Being an athlete at CU is a big time commitment, but so is being a parent. Marcus Burton and Krislen Morgado make time for both.

Fortune Cookies give students safety ideas

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 22 September 2009


Tue, 09/22/2009 - 16:07

CU officials give out valuable fortunes to it's students living on University Hill.

Asian students face martial arts stereotypes

By NewsTeam Boulde... - Posted on 17 September 2009