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Boulder parking permit changes

Boulder – The city of Boulder is considering reducing the number of parking permits issued. This will impact both students and city residents. Thousands of University Hill students already pay $17 for their annual parking passes…



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CU’s Cultural and Unity Engagement Center offers support

Boulder – Establishing cultural diversity has been a challenge for the University of Colorado in Boulder. In 2015, the CU student population was reported to be over 30,000, however, only 693 students were African-American. Over the past five years…


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What’s next for CU star forward Jamee Swan?

Boulder – Countless kids dream of playing professional sports, yet the reality is only a few realize their dreams. Jamee Swan, a star forward on the University of Colorado’s women’s basketball team, is set to…


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Chelsea Clinton heading to Boulder

Chelsea Clinton is hitting the campaign trail to help with her mother’s presidential campaign and stops in Boulder and Denver are on her calendar. Chelsea is scheduled to be in Boulder on February 19th, though…


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Trump, Sanders win big in New Hampshire

The polls for the New Hampshire primary opened Tuesday morning, following a final campaign blitz across the state from the 2016 presidential candidates. Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders each came away with decisive victories over…


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SolidFire is bringing new jobs to Boulder

Boulder – A recent business acquisition here in Boulder will be bringing 150 new jobs within 2016. SolidFire, a leading business in cloud data management and storage with customers like Ebay and PayPal, was recently…


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CU Student Government holds budget meeting

CU student government is holding their first budget meeting for the semester tonight. It’s your chance to have your voice heard!  Today, February 9th, in UMC room 425 at 5:15 p.m., the CUSG will be…