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CU regents consider mandatory civics course: 'It's absolutely precedent-setting'

Board committee examines possible curriculum requirement for Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs campuses
A group of University of Colorado regents are moving forward with a serious examination of whether to add a three-credit-hour civics graduation requirement. Full Story
CU regents criticize Conference on World Affairs over perceived liberal leaning
Several University of Colorado regents criticized aspects of the Boulder campus's Conference on World Affairs on Wednesday over what they described as its liberal leaning and insufficient efforts to address that. Full Story

CU Boulder cell biologist's lab lands prestigious $8M award
A cell biologist at the University of Colorado has been named one of 19 investigators selected in a national competition, each of whom who will be provided about $8 million over the next seven years to continue his or her research. Full Story

CU regents weigh new freedom of expression policies that emphasize 'viewpoint neutrality'
A University of Colorado regents committee will discuss freedom of expression policies for the first time Wednesday. Full Story

CU Boulder eyes five finalists for campus police chief
The University of Colorado Police Department has announced five finalists — three from Colorado and two from out of state — for its vacant police chief position. Full Story

Judge dismisses former CU Boulder student's Title IX claim over sex assault investigation
A U.S. district judge dismissed a former University of Colorado student's Title IX lawsuit claiming he was discriminated against during a sexual assault investigation because he was male, but did not dismiss a claim that the university violated his due process rights. Full Story

CU Boulder student accused of raping woman in downtown parking garage
A University of Colorado student is facing a sexual assault charge after a woman said he raped her in a downtown Boulder parking garage in March. Full Story

Boulder Valley elementary students perform Shakespeare's 'Love's Labour's Lost' at CU
Lafayette Elementary fifth-grader Henry Fischer joined an after-school Shakespeare theater club because he wanted to know more about the bard. Full Story

CU Boulder police sergeant pleads guilty to official misconduct in stalking case
A University of Colorado police officer accused of stalking a Boulder campus dispatcher pleaded guilty to first-degree official misconduct on Monday, a conviction that will prevent him from remaining a police officer in Colorado. Full Story

CU Boulder leaders launch committee to examine Arts and Sciences structure
University of Colorado leaders have begun examining the structure of the largest campus college, the College of Arts and Sciences. Full Story

CU, student leaders to pause any changes to agreement regarding student government budget
University of Colorado brass and outgoing and incoming student government leaders have agreed to not make changes, at least over the summer, on who will control funds traditionally under the purview of student government. Full Story

Vuevent, tech startup headed by CU Boulder dropout, acquired
Austin, Texas-based Vuevent, an event application and marketing platform, has been acquired by TrellisSoft of San Jose, Calif. Full Story

CU Boulder graduates 8,000 at spring commencement: 'A dream come true'
Early Thursday morning, Royer Lopez stood among dozens of regalia-clad students in a line outside The Sink on Boulder's University Hill. Full Story

CU Boulder to move 3 student resource centers into 1 office
The University of Colorado will shutter individual student resource centers and move their staff and programs into a newly created Center for Inclusion and Social Change later this year. Full Story

Expect traffic in Boulder for CU's spring commencement Thursday
Heavy traffic is expected traveling into and around Boulder on Thursday for CU's spring commencement. Full Story

Colorado Legislature approves bill to allow more out-of-state students at CU Boulder, others
A proposal to allow more out-of-state students at the University of Colorado and other public universities gained state lawmakers' final approval Monday. Full Story

CU African dance students perform for community as their final
University of Colorado African dance students held a big, joyful, sweaty dance party Sunday, showing off their moves and inviting friends and family to join in. Sunday's community celebration was the first of three, with the remaining two set for this week. The celebrations serve as the final exam for the 45 or so students in CU instructor Nii Armah Sowah's dance classes. Full Story

Comedian, author Gregg Eisenberg to perform at CU Boulder's Fiske Planetarium
Author and comedian Gregg Eisenberg, a purveyor of standup philosophy and science comedy, is bringing his one-man show to Fiske Planetarium at the University of Colorado at 7 on Saturday evening. Full Story

Inspiration and promise mark CU Boulder graduating class
For the thousands of students whose post-graduation lives are about to begin, Thursday marks the end of one journey and the launching point for another.  Full Story

CU Boulder gives students option to specify pronouns
University of Colorado students can now specify pronouns in their online student portals, after a change by the university last week. Full Story

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College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

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College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

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Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story