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    Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice CenterPeace Train: Unintended consequences

    We need to ensure products are safe for the health of humanity
    03/26/2015 07:00 PM MDT
    The consumer world has a bad history of releasing products before establishing their safety. As all too often happens, some of these products produce consequences that prove to be harmful to the public. 
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    CUSG Corner: Get involved at CU
    03/13/2015 02:07 AM MDT - For many of you, Student Government may seem to be a mere ghost entity on campus - sometimes you hear about the events and sometimes you aren't too sure exactly who we are or what we're doing. I hope to answer that for you.  Full Story

    Peace Train: The demonization of Putin
    03/13/2015 02:06 AM MDT - When the United States prepares to attack a country, it frequently demonizes that nation's leader. The demonization of Vladimir Putin in the U.S. mass media has continued for at least eight years and, in recent months, has reached a veritable frenzy. Meanwhile, in violation of the recent Minsk cease fire agreement, hundreds of U.S. troops have moved into Ukraine to support the Kiev regime's war against eastern province rebels. NATO has also dispatched thousands of soldiers to the Baltic states on Russia's border, and many U.S. political and military leaders advocate lavish arming of the Kiev government. Full Story

    CU's Environmental Center: Practice water conservation
    03/10/2015 04:52 PM MDT - Colorado's water demand is projected to outpace supply by the year 2050, according to the Colorado Water Conservation Board. So, looks like we've been living a little too large when it comes to water usage... it's time to start practicing conservation. Full Story

    Peace Train: Venezuela still a target
    03/05/2015 09:40 PM MST - According to Nicolas Maduro, the democratically elected president of Venezuela, the U.S. has been supporting destabilization efforts against his government and recently backed an unsuccessful coup attempt. Full Story

    Fritz column: Thank you
    03/02/2015 01:28 PM MST - Two weeks ago, my column won first place at the Colorado Press Association Awards for humorous writing. I've been told to address that here, so I'm sharing a speech I gave the other night; I don't know how else to approach this without feeling like a braggart. I want to give shout outs to my editors, Barge, Glasgow, Seabass, Burdick, Fields, Fantzy, Quan and Moose, who've helped me in ways I doubt I could ever sufficiently put into words, as well as two readers who came out of the woodwork to encourage me, Dave Blaida and Shannon Stoddard. And then of course my friends and all you badass readers. Full Story

    Colorado Daily columnist Jeanine Fritz awarded for humor column
    02/22/2015 03:56 PM MST - Colorado Daily columnist, Jeanine Fritz, received a first-place award Saturday for her weekly column, “I'm Not There,” featured every Monday on the Daily's Page 3. Full Story

    Peace Train: Remembering Vietnam
    02/19/2015 08:26 PM MST - Military establishments routinely sanitize and even glorify the wars they have fought. This is particularly so if the military establishment is intent on initiating further warfare, and on securing the enormous human and material resources necessary to do so. Full Story

    Words From a Nerd: Too good to be true
    02/17/2015 09:17 PM MST - Game development is an industry built on big promises, and there are few people who have promised more than Peter Molyneux. Full Story

    Fantz in Your Pants: Flashing the nouveaux rack on Fat Tuesday
    02/16/2015 09:17 PM MST - Dear Christy, I'm going to show off my new boobs like crazy for Fat Tuesday! I just got them done, from a small A, to a full C-cup and they look great. I got them just in time to collect beads, I'm so excited. But, do you know if I can get in trouble for flashing my new pair around Colorado? -Worried about the law  Full Story

    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    Women's basketballCU women's basketball: Linda Lappe sees light at the end of the tunnel

    Buffs coach feels she has good reason to be excited for 2015-16
    Only 15 months ago, the Colorado women's basketball team was ranked No. 11 in the nation a month into the 2013-14 season, coming off an NCAA tournament appearance the previous year. Full Story
    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    Women's basketballCU women's basketball: Linda Lappe sees light at the end of the tunnel

    Buffs coach feels she has good reason to be excited for 2015-16
    Only 15 months ago, the Colorado women's basketball team was ranked No. 11 in the nation a month into the 2013-14 season, coming off an NCAA tournament appearance the previous year. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: Aspen Hourglass

    Most people don't play guitar like Grayson Erhard does. That's because most people can't play guitar like he does. The guitarist for Fort Collins' Aspen Hourglass often uses a difficult two-hands-on-the-fretboard technique that Eddie Van Halen first popularized but which players such as Erhard have developed beyond pop-rock vulgarity.  Full Story