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RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) is a format used for sharing and distributing news and other web content on the internet. The Colorado Daily has its RSS feeds updated whenever new content is published to the website. The Colorado Daily uses RSS 2.0.

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(Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
College basketballCU men's basketball: Ex-Buff Dustin Thomas transferring to Arkansas

Forward played in 67 games for CU the last two seasons
Former Colorado basketball player Dustin Thomas announced Sunday on Twitter that he is transferring to Arkansas. Full Story
(Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
College basketballCU men's basketball: Ex-Buff Dustin Thomas transferring to Arkansas

Forward played in 67 games for CU the last two seasons
Former Colorado basketball player Dustin Thomas announced Sunday on Twitter that he is transferring to Arkansas. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
Second Story Garage: Grisman, Leslie, Hargreaves & Smith

Bluegrass songs are essentially country songs, and country songs aren't supposed to have more than a few chords or get too complex rhythmically. But the "supergroup" lineup of Grisman, Leslie, Hargreaves & Smith doesn't seem to know about these rules. Full Story