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Liz Marsh has been writing "Running Under the Influence" for the Colorado Daily for several months now. When she's not giving us humorous and poignant insights to her experiences, she works for a grad school and is co-owner of Boulder Outdoor Cinema.   Full Story
 
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Jeanine Fritz has been writing "I'm Not There" for the Colorado Daily for several years. When she's not making readers squeal (from laughter, fools), she works in the Daily Camera's online advertising department, right below the Daily's newsroom.   Full Story
 
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Yoga in Boulder isn't just some light stretching and warm-fuzzy intentions and that's it. It's active. It's fun (and funny. I mean the things you end up doing). It's a time when you can take your well being seriously but not take yourself too seriously.   Full Story
 
Mark Leffingwell / Colorado Daily
The Workout: SUP Yoga with Rocky Mountain Paddleboard, Boulder Reservoir, Boulder, lisafierer.com, rockymtnpaddleboard.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
The Workout: Mega Yoga Flow at Boco Fit, 2100 Pearl St., unit C, Boulder, 720-441-4450, bocofitness.com Instructor: Amy Dalton, of Boulder, who is a certified Lagree Fitness instructor and also a certified yoga instructor at CorePower.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
The Workout: Pure Barre, 1750 29th St., Boulder, 303-443-3054, purebarre.com/co-boulder Instructor: Shalisa Pouw, of Denver, who co-owns the Boulder franchise with Mish Metz, of Denver.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
To me, there's nothing better than a Saturday morning spent scouring rack after rack of shirts, jeans, dresses and other goodies — all priced at less than $10.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Colorado Daily
Drama! Drama!Hopefully all will go swimmingly with your roommates. But if you do need outside help with roommate conflicts or conflicts in any relationship on or off campus, the CU Ombuds Office urges you to reach out to them at http://ombuds.   Full Story
 
Mark Leffingwell / Colorado Daily
CU's Collegiate Recovery Centercolorado.edu/recoverycenter A year and a half ago, University of Colorado student Alyssa Countway got sober.   Full Story
 
Sammy Dallal / Colorado Daily file photo
Did you know?The 1991 Jeanne Clery Act requires colleges and universities to publish an annual crime report, keep a public crime log and disclose their security policies.   Full Story
 
Mark Leffingwell / Colorado Daily
Mental health resourcesCounseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 303-492-6766 colorado.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Colorado Daily
New school, new life, new spiritual community. Students who are new to the University of Colorado — or returning students exploring their faith in a new way — have plenty of options for finding a church, prayer group, meditation group or gathering that best fits their spiritual wants and needs.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Colorado Daily
Now that pot is legal in Colorado, you might assume that every day is like a scene straight out of the movies "Half-Baked" or "Dazed and Confused."   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
Some students don't abstain, and those who don't should know the risks. Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.   Full Story
 
Mark Leffingwell
Yoga is a time when you can take your well being seriously but not take yourself too seriously. Like after class, when you realize you had a dryer sheet stuck to the back of your yoga top the whole time. (Don't worry, not awky. Non-judgement. Namaste and stuff.)   Full Story
 
Jenn Fields
After researching schools, you decided to come to a place where the Subarus grow like sunflowers and organic kale wears yoga pants to CrossFit. Then there's poor little us. We chug Easy Cheese straight out of the can.   Full Story
 
Zak Wood
Tattoos are amazing. Stab at some flesh with an ink-filled needle a bunch of times and create permanent body art.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso
I've been scouring Goodwills since before the song. That's right. An original thriftster. And I'm sharing my favorite places for finds in Boulder.   Full Story
 
CLIFF GRASSMICK
Boulder's celebration of fitness and thinness can turn into unhealthy social pressures -- especially for young people.   Full Story
 
Tyler Walton/file photo
University of Colorado-Boulder junior Kayla McFadden still remembers every detail of the day suicide came into her life. That's why she organized the Out of the Darkness Walk on CU's campus last spring.   Full Story
 
 
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