• Fantz in Your Pants: Higher 'education' - 05/02/2016 09:30 PM MDT
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    U.S. 36 express lane fees will be waived for CU graduation on Saturday

    The fees for using U.S. 36's express lanes from Boulder to Denver will be waived during certain hours on Saturday for the University of Colorado's graduation. Full Story
    CU-Boulder student leading project to increase internet access for Sanchez Elementary families
    Kern Shahi's house became internet central for friends without connections at home while he was attending Lafayette's Centaurus High School. Full Story

    CU to partner with Boulder, Denver on urban challenges through MetroLab
    Boulder and the University of Colorado are joining the MetroLab Network, a nationwide collection of 35 city-university partnerships focused on bringing data, analytics and innovation to local government, the university announced today. Full Story

    Mike Grant, champion for student success, retiring after 42 years at CU-Boulder
    When Michael Grant was a high school student in rural northeast Texas in the early 1960s, people told him going to college was "risky" because it would fill his head with "weird ideas," he said. But Grant did it anyway, and he hasn't given up on higher education since. Full Story

    Smoke report leads to building evacuation at CU-Boulder's Bear Creek Apartments
    Boulder firefighters evacuated a building at the University of Colorado's Bear Creek Apartments on Saturday evening following a report of smoke on the sixth floor of one of the buildings. Full Story

    CU-Boulder offers foundation for first-generation collegians
    Most incoming college freshmen arrive wide-eyed and not knowing what to expect. But one particular subset has additional reason to be somewhat apprehensive — those who are the first generation of students in their families to attend college. Full Story

    These CU-Boulder students want to design a bike for obese people
    Robert Foster weighed 330 pounds in 2012. Today, he weighs 170 pounds. That weight-loss journey inspired Foster, 34, to go back to school and work toward earning a bachelor's degree at the University of Colorado. It also informed his research interests. Full Story

    No CU-Boulder funds being used to pay student government attorney
    Though it's still unclear who, if anyone, is paying a private attorney to represent University of Colorado student government candidates, CU officials said Friday that no university funds are being used for his services. Full Story

    CU-Boulder graduation ceremonies honor minority students
    As the University of Colorado prepares to hold its annual, campuswide spring commencement ceremony next week, it's also gearing up for several smaller graduation ceremonies that recognize minority students. Full Story

    CU-Boulder health chief says he was fired because of age, medical condition
    The former director of the University of Colorado's Wardenburg Health Center alleges campus officials asked him to resign because of his age and because of a neurological condition he disclosed to his supervisor last year. Full Story

    Allegations of pizza, cookie bribery unseat CU-Boulder student election winners
    Two of the winning presidential candidates in the University of Colorado's student government elections won't take office next month after being disqualified Thursday for violating campaign rules. Full Story

    CU-Boulder's Andy Martin garners university honor for teaching excellence
    Evolutionary biologist Andy Martin calls himself a "figurehead guy" in his department at the University of Colorado. Full Story

    2 Colorado football players arrested, accused of stealing PlayStation, laptop
    Two University of Colorado football players were arrested Thursday and have been suspended indefinitely from the team after campus police say they stole items from a dorm room in Willard Hall earlier this month. Full Story

    CU system, Boulder campus looking for new human resources chiefs
    The University of Colorado system office and its Boulder campus are searching for new human resource chiefs. Full Story

    CU students to memorialize Boulder circa 2016 via digital time capsule
    Graduate students at the University of Colorado want to memorialize this year in Boulder — especially the mundane, everyday parts of life in 2016 — with a digital time capsule. Full Story

    CU-Boulder names Akirah Bradley new dean of students
    The University of Colorado has hired Akirah Bradley as its new dean of students. Full Story

    How to buy tickets to Dalai Lama's University of Colorado events in June
    Tickets for the Dalai Lama's visit to the University of Colorado this June will go on sale Thursday, the university announced today. Full Story

    CU Buffs drop student season-ticket price 40% in bid to boost attendance
    In a bid to draw more students to home sporting events, the University of Colorado is dropping the price of its student season-ticket pass by more than 40 percent. Full Story

    CU-Boulder searching for new Wardenburg Health Center leader

    The University of Colorado is looking for someone new to lead the Wardenburg Health Center on the Boulder campus following the departure of Don Misch, assistant vice chancellor for health and wellness.

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    CU-Boulder to employees, students: Prepare now for August freshman move-in
    After hearing grumbling from some employees and students last summer about closing all campus parking lots for freshman move-in days on short notice, the University of Colorado is giving them plenty of lead time this year — at least four months worth. 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.

    Full Story
    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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