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    'Trumbo' movie profiles former CU-Boulder student, namesake of free speech fountain

    Blacklisted screenwriter spent a year in prison for refusing to provide names to HUAC
    This holiday season, moviegoers have the chance to see "Trumbo," a movie about Dalton Trumbo, the namesake for the popular demonstration area outside the University of Colorado's student center. Full Story
    CU-Boulder: No freshmen sought med pot housing exemption this year
    Though it welcomed the largest freshman class on record this year, the University of Colorado saw zero new students get out of their mandatory housing contract because they had a medical marijuana card, according to new statistics. Full Story

    CU-Boulder sees 41 percent response rate to sexual misconduct survey
    More than 40 percent of students at the University of Colorado took the school's first-ever comprehensive sexual misconduct survey, which aims to gauge the prevalence of sexual assault and other behaviors on the Boulder campus. Full Story

    CU-Boulder sees jump in number of exchange students
    CU students in Paris elect to stay putNone of the five University of Colorado students currently studying in Paris, who are among a total of 23 CU students in France right now, have elected to come home following terrorist attacks last week on the city, the school's Office of International Education said. Full Story

    Teen missing from CU-Boulder campus since Sunday found safe
    14-year-old girl who ran away from her mom's on-campus apartment on Sunday morning has been found safe, according to a tweet from the University of Colorado Police Department. Full Story

    CU-Boulder police seek teen girl missing from campus since Sunday
    University of Colorado police request the public's help in locating a 14-year-old girl who they say ran away from her mom's on-campus apartment on Sunday morning. Full Story

    11 faculty, staff teams from University of Colorado nab entrepreneurship awards
    Eleven teams of CU faculty and staff have been offered seed funding, ranging from $5,000 to $20,000 each, as part of the Entrepreneurship Initiative administered by the Silicon Flatirons Center at the University of Colorado Law School. Full Story

    CU-Boulder physicists share in $3M research prize backed by star power
    The $3 million Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics is being shared by hundreds of collaborators around the world, including University of Colorado physics professors Eric Zimmerman and Alysia Marino. Full Story

    CU-Boulder students studying in Paris unharmed in terrorist attacks
    The University of Colorado reported today that according to its Office of International Education, none of its Boulder campus students currently studying in Paris were injured in Friday night's terrorist attacks, which claimed 129 lives and injured 352 more. Full Story

    CU changes name of 'On Demand' online degree, course platform
    In an effort to clear up any confusion about what it's offering, the University of Colorado changed the name of its " On Demand" online education platform. Full Story

    A question at CU-Boulder: What is 'whiteness studies?'
    At the center of a now-canceled rally to protest racism at the University of Colorado is a class called "Whiteness Studies," which has generated almost as much discussion as the event itself. Full Story

    CU-Boulder racism protest canceled after African-American students object
    A Friday rally planned at the University of Colorado to protest racism and show support for the University of Missouri, where demonstrations led to the resignation of campus leaders this week, was canceled after the event drew complaints from African-American students on campus. Full Story

    CU-Boulder students plan rally to protest racism, support Mizzou movement
    Students at the University of Colorado are joining a growing movement on college campuses nationwide to protest racial discrimination and to stand in solidarity with students at the University of Missouri, where demonstrations led the university's president and chancellor to resign this week.  Full Story

    CU-Boulder considering changes to Arts and Sciences core requirements
    For the first time in nearly 30 years, the University of Colorado may revamp the undergraduate core requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences. Full Story

    159-year-old bell from first 2 USS Colorado warships comes to CU-Boulder
    The 800-pound bell that rode aboard the first two USS Colorado warships during the Civil War and World War I made it to the University of Colorado just in time for Veterans Day Full Story

    CU-Boulder proposes new master's degree in 'experience design'
    The University of Colorado wants to add a new master's degree in experience design that would prepare students for careers creating theme park attractions, museum exhibits and other immersive productions. Full Story

    CU-Boulder expects traffic, parking impacts ahead of Friday night USC game
    The University of Colorado is warning of increased traffic and parking issues ahead of Friday's evening football game against University of Southern California.  Full Story

    CU anthropologist finds a route back to Mayans' history
    A University of Colorado anthropologist who worked through Central America's civil wars of the 1980s to unearth a 1,400-year-old Mayan village has made another unexpected discovery: an ancient roadway that may solve the mystery of how the villagers survived a sudden volcanic disaster. Full Story

    State cuts will likely contribute to higher tuition hikes at CU-Boulder
    Tuition is likely to go up at the University of Colorado next year under Gov. John Hickenlooper's budget recommendations, which call for a $20 million cut in state funding to higher education, but CU budget officials weren't ready to say by how much. Full Story

    Lawsuit alleges sexual harassment by former CU-Boulder administrator
    A former University of Colorado employee filed a lawsuit claiming she was fired after she reported being sexually harassed by a now-retired administrator, whom she claims encouraged her to call him "Dad" and view him as a father figure. 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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    (Matt York / Associated Press)
    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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