Student veterans frequently face one bold question. But that's just one signifier of the different sort of campus life they're leading.

"Are your course instructors tolerant of diverse opinions in the classroom?" That was one of the questions on a CU campus climate survey that is causing a kerfuffle this week.

A CU lacrosse player is the rookie of the week. Snarknado is back. And though we were hoping for a Tumblr, Boulder courthouse dog Amigo has email now.

And here's something to do in Boulder today:

Colorado writer Ed Mills is debuting his first play, written with award-winning writer Jeremy Palmer. "The L.A. Diner" is about "people dealing with a changing America [in]1960s Hollywood, the denizens of the L.A. Diner literally live and work in the shadow of the 20th Century Fox Studio lot." The show is at 7:30 at the Dairy Center for the Arts, 2590 Walnut St., and tickets are $12.