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CU Boulder student, family, provide gift of music to young Syrian refugees

In middle of the night, magic of Mozart and more shared with distant audience
The honey-colored glow of the Sundown Saloon's neon sign illuminated faces of rowdy youth out late on a Friday night, but 20-year-old Xenia Mathys' eyes —not once drifting to the second-story window overlooking Pearl Street — were locked on her rambunctious class of Syrian refugees. Full Story
Harassment allegations surface in CU Boulder sociology department
An embattled sociology department at the University of Colorado Boulder is entangled in harassment allegations among faculty and staff that a local union organization is calling an ongoing, systemic problem. Full Story

CU Boulder observatory captures image of asteroid as it passes Earth
The University of Colorado's Sommers-Bausch Observatory captured images of Asteroid 2014 JO25 Wednesday night as it passed by the Earth a mere million miles away. Full Story

Boulder pledges $10,000 to CU fund for undocumented students
Boulder's City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to donate $10,000 to a fund created earlier this month to benefit undocumented University of Colorado students. Full Story

Former CU Buffs assistant Joe Tumpkin set for preliminary hearing in June
Former University of Colorado assistant coach Joe Tumpkin had his preliminary hearing rescheduled for June, where a judge will determine if there is enough evidence for the domestic violence case against him to proceed to trial. Full Story

Golden 'portal' lets CU Boulder students speak with Iraqi refugees
Miley Cyrus was the first common denominator among University of Colorado Boulder students and young men living in an Iraqi refugee camp. Full Story

CU Boulder researchers: Current wildfire policies can't protect people
The western United States is in uncharted territory when it comes to wildfires, and University of Colorado Boulder researchers are trying to navigate this new, charred landscape. Full Story

CU Boulder expects 'a normal spring day' on 4/20
With an entire generation of University of Colorado Boulder students having been on campus without the historic April 20 hoopla, CU officials are expecting another low-key year for the herbaceous holiday. Full Story

CU Boulder serves up rare restaurant kosher meals during Passover
Laibel Crystal scours spinach leaves for bugs under a bright light in the University of Colorado's Center for Community dining hall. Full Story

Boulder County bumblebee survey shows steady numbers
Bumblebees are doing pretty darn good, thanks. While the buzz on bees continues to include a lot of concern about the phenomenon of colony collapse in honeybee populations, their more burly brothers and sisters appear to be in high clover — at least in Boulder County. Full Story

CU's Conference on World Affairs: Exploring tough questions posed by space exploration
As human exploration of space extends mankind's reach beyond even the edges of our solar system, the difficult ethical questions only continue to mount. Full Story

CU's Bruce Benson holds 'town hall' that's short on questions
University of Colorado President Bruce Benson held a town hall in Denver Thursday morning, but he didn't take any questions from the public. Full Story

CU Boulder's Conference on World Affairs: 'Sex with Robots: What's Not to Like?'
It's an eye-catching name for a panel discussion at the Conference on World Affairs — "Sex with Robots: What's Not to Like?" Full Story

CU President Bruce Benson to hold Denver town hall
University of Colorado President Bruce Benson is holding a town hall meeting at 9 a.m. Thursday in Denver. Full Story

Boulder fraternity reaches out for mental health services, feels snubbed by CU
The Phi Kappa Tau fraternity in Boulder recently requested a visit from the University of Colorado's mental health provider, but was denied because of a policy change that prohibits student groups not affiliated with the campus from receiving such services free of charge. Full Story

'Philosophical disagreement' on open records pits CU against CORA supporters
Proponents of a bill intended to make Colorado public records easier to analyze fear the University of Colorado is manipulating the bill to make records more difficult to obtain. Full Story

CU Boulder's Conference on World Affairs: Poverty in focus
Part of the appeal of the Conference on World Affairs is the mystery inherent in each panel event: experts from disparate professional worlds gather for conversations that are titled, but often in open-ended ways that invite ideas in any number of directions. Full Story

Piano, keyboard department at CU Boulder gets gift to tune of $2 million
A $2 million endowment is tickling the College of Music's piano keys at the University of Colorado. Becky Roser, longtime supporter of the college and former chair of the Music Advisory Board, recently gifted the money to name the keyboard area the Roser Piano and Keyboard Program. Full Story

CU Boulder journalism conference gathers reporters to talk 'alternative facts'
In an age of "alternative facts," the University of Colorado is bringing together fact aficionados for a conference on Saturday dissecting the future of reporting during a charged journalistic climate. Full Story

CU's Conference on World Affairs: Space tourism advances exploration
Blasting people off the planet may be the best way to convince them to take better care of it. That's the contention of Loretta Hidalgo Whitesides, a self-described space geek who trained as an astrobiologist and had hoped to honeymoon in space.  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: Bandits

Boulder is pretty good at producing rock bands, and by "rock," we mean the in-your-face, guitar-heavy, leather-clad variety — you know, the good kind. For a prime example, look no farther than BANDITS. Full Story

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