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Citizens pack public hearing to debate CU Boulder South plan

In a presentation Tuesday night during a joint meeting of the City Council and Planning Board, Jeff Arthur, Boulder's director of public works for utilities, lamented that much of the city was developed "without a good understanding of flood risk." Full Story
CU regents direct Bruce Benson to review procedures in wake of Joe Tumpkin report
The University of Colorado Board of Regents have passed the decision on to CU President Bruce Benson on how to handle the university's failure to report accusations of domestic violence against a former assistant football coach. Full Story

Commerce secretary honors CU Boulder for impact of international students on nation's economy
The University of Colorado has been honored for its contributions to the expansion of U.S. exports for its increased enrollment of international students, according to a Monday news release. Full Story

Sugary drinks could go down the drain at CU Boulder dining halls
Students might want to let their cups runneth over at the soda fountain while they can, as the continued presence of sugary beverages at University of Colorado dining halls might be short-lived. Full Story

Former CU Boulder student sentenced to 4 years in prison in fatal crash
A Routt County District Judge on Friday sentenced a former University of Colorado student who crashed his car near Steamboat Springs in 2015 while driving intoxicated, killing another CU student, to four years in prison. Full Story

CU regents set board meeting next week to discuss Tumpkin investigation
The University of Colorado's Board of Regents have scheduled a meeting on Monday to discuss the findings of an external investigation into the Boulder campus' handling of domestic violence allegations against a former football coach. Full Story

CU Boulder-built instrument placed on satellite for probe of upper atmosphere
A University of Colorado-built instrument designed to provide unprecedented imaging of the Earth's upper atmosphere has been successfully installed on a commercial satellite that will take it to geostationary orbit later this year. Full Story

CU Boulder creating Social Justice Living Environment program in campus dorm
The University of Colorado is creating a Social Justice Living Environment with communities for students who identify as black, LGBT and passionate champions of diversity. Full Story

CU announces upgraded bond rating
The University of Colorado's bond rating has been upgraded, indicating to investors financial stability for CU's current and future bonds, according to a Tuesday press release.  Full Story

Boulder man accused of sexually assaulting CU student he'd offered to drive home
A Boulder man is facing multiple felony charges after police say he sexually assaulted an intoxicated University of Colorado student in his truck after she got lost and was looking for somewhere to charge her phone. Full Story

More questions than answers on how fossil fuel divestment could impact CU Boulder
The University of Colorado has about $56 million of the CU Foundation's $1.5 billion endowment invested in the energy sector. Full Story

Deadline extended for community to weigh in on CU Boulder South
The deadline to participate in a community survey to share input on the University of Colorado's draft plan for the CU Boulder South campus has been extended. Full Story

'Just wait': CU Boulder grads celebrate, mourn end of college days
Cameron Coday landed a job and just put a payment down on an apartment, so as she waved goodbye to the Flatirons from Norlin Quad before the University of Colorado's graduation ceremony Friday, she was ready to move the tassel from the right to the left. Full Story

Investigation of CU's handling of Joe Tumpkin allegations 'really close' to completion
An external investigation into how the University of Colorado handled domestic abuse accusations against a former assistant football coach is "really close" to being completed, an official said, but won't be done in time for a Board of Regents meeting that tentatively had been set for next week. Full Story

From life on the streets to CU Boulder: 'I always knew education was the way out'
Sometimes Megan Mangum thinks about where she might be had she not sought solace in education: a statistic, a drug addict, raising a child she had too young, miserable or even dead. Full Story

As CU's dorm dwellers move out, a push to salvage what's left behind
Caleigh Hutchins hopped aboard a massive cart piled high with mattress pads, body pillows and blankets and flew down the walkway leading to the University of Colorado's Willard Hall, skidding to a stop just outside Farrand Field. Full Story

CU Boulder and Harris Corporation announce 3-year research agreement
The University of Colorado and Harris Corporation have jointly announced a new master research agreement. The agreement solidifies the relationship between Harris and CU to advance their mutual interests in analytical instrumentation, space antennas, electronics, space payloads, radar, universe exploration and more. Full Story

About 200 cyclists remember CU Boulder triathlete killed in Sunshine Canyon crash
Cyclists endure rain as they ride Foothills Highway near Neva Road on Wednesday morning. Full Story

Remembering 'Zazu': Friends, family mourn CU triathlete killed in Sunshine Canyon crash
Teammates, friends and family gathered Tuesday at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Boulder to remember the 19-year-old "Zazu," who was killed Thursday while riding his bicycle in Sunshine Canyon. Full Story

Nine CU Boulder students, alumni offered Fulbright grants to study abroad
Nine University of Colorado Boulder graduate students or alumni and two alternates earned grant offers from one of the biggest U. 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

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