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NBC's Savannah Sellers to deliver CU Boulder spring commencement address

Savannah Sellers, a University of Colorado alumna and co-host of NBC's Snapchat show "Stay Tuned," will deliver the spring commencement address, the university announced this week. Full Story
T.J. Cunningham, killed in dispute over parking spot, had "smile that could take over a room"
<p>Former University of Colorado Buffaloes teammates and coaches and Hinkley High School students and faculty mourned the sudden death of an irreplaceable community member, a man who lit up every room he entered with a smile as wide as his impact.</p>  Full Story

CU Boulder's Turning Point chapter condemns leader Candace Owens
The University of Colorado chapter of Turning Point USA, a conservative organization that has chapters at high schools and colleges across the country, joined several other chapters on Thursday in calling for the resignation of the organization's communications director. Full Story

CU Boulder Conference on World Affairs speaker to include 'Simpsons' writer, soccer champion Solo
The 2019 Conference on World Affairs at the University of Colorado will feature a writer on "The Simpsons," a World Cup and Olympic soccer champion and an immigration correspondent for the New York Times. Full Story

Investigators detail how parking spot dispute led to fatal shooting of ex-CU Buff T.J. Cunningham
What began as a dispute via text message between neighbors over street parking ended in the death of an Aurora assistant principal and former University of Colorado football player. Full Story

Decades-old CU Boulder yearbook photos show students in blackface and Nazi garb
Several University of Colorado yearbooks from the 1960s reviewed by the Denver Post show photos of students in blackface and wearing Nazi garb. Full Story

University of Colorado regents approve creation of diversity task force
The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Wednesday approved the creation of a diversity task force. Full Story

University of Colorado regents approve four proposals on civics education
The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Wednesday approved four resolutions to shape and measure civics knowledge and education at the university, including the creation of civics certificates at each of the campuses. Full Story

University of Colorado researchers find placebo effect applies to broken hearts
Valentine's Day is not full of love, candy and flowers for everyone. For some, the holiday can feel painful. Full Story

Buffalo Exchange, CU Boulder's Radio 1190 team up for Valentines Day tape release
Burning a CD for or sharing a play list with that special someone is no problem at all, hardly qualifies as a gift. But manning two cassette recorders to compile that perfect romantic mixtape? That's special. "A classic Valentines Day mixtape, that's totally what we were going for," Donato Ruscitti said of the mixtape "Hot Singles in Your Area" that will be available for free Thursday at Buffalo Exchange, 1813 Pearl St., in Boulder in honor of Valentines Day. Full Story

T9 Hacks gathers women, non-binary people at CU Boulder for 24-hour hackathon
A typical hackathon, an event where people gather for long periods of time to program things like apps and websites, generally brings out about 25 percent women, which is reflective of the technology field as a whole. Full Story

CU Boulder grad student workers' push for union comes amid national movement
Graduate student activism is growing at the University of Colorado. The Committee on Rights and Compensation, a graduate student advocacy group and labor organization seeking a collective bargaining agreement with the university, on Tuesday executed its largest action in its three-year history with a walkout and rally that drew a loud crowd of hundreds who demanded that graduate students who work for the university as teachers and researchers no longer be required to pay student fees. Full Story

CU Boulder raises minimum salary for instructors, senior instructors
University of Colorado officials have raised the minimum salary for instructors and senior instructors, effective Feb. 1 Full Story

CU Boulder professor finds flaws in data supporting rules on female athletes
New research from a University of Colorado scientist argues that the data used to support new regulations requiring some female athletes to medically lower their testosterone is "fatally flawed. Full Story

University of Colorado bans Boulder fraternities from renting rooms after event with fights, slurs
After a fraternity-hosted football tournament on the University of Colorado campus, in which some of the men reportedly fought and used racist slurs, all of Boulder's fraternities have been banned from renting campus spaces for a year. Full Story

Hundreds of CU Boulder graduate student workers protest fees
A crowd swelled Tuesday morning on the University of Colorado's Farrand Field as hundreds demanded that CU stop requiring that graduate students employed by the university pay student fees. Full Story

CU celebrates start of construction on 64,000-square-foot Imig Music Building addition
University of Colorado officials held a ceremony Monday to break ground on construction of a 64,000-square-foot addition to the Imig Music Building, an addition designed to address "insufficient and substandard" spaces for those in the College of Music. Full Story

Former CU Buffs assistant Joe Tumpkin pleads guilty to misdemeanor assault in domestic violence case
Former University of Colorado assistant football coach Joe Tumpkin pleaded guilty today in his domestic violence case, finalizing a deal that had been the subject of months of back-and-forth between attorneys and the named victim in the case. Full Story

CU Boulder, city join together in public art project on University Hill
The University of Colorado and the city of Boulder are working together on community projects, including in the University Hill neighborhood. Full Story

University of Colorado weighs in on proposed Title IX changes
University of Colorado officials weighed in Wednesday on the federal government's proposed changes to how campuses respond to sexual harassment and assault allegations under Title IX, the federal gender equity law. 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