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    Know your columnistAlexandra Sieh stars in a new column

    Look for Alex's new words from abroad in mid-September
    08/26/2015 07:18 PM MDT
    Alexandra Sieh has quit the newspaper biz and is headed to China to teach. (For now.) After penning her "Boulder at Night" column for the Daily for years, she's now going to be our overseas correspondent. 
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    Gavin Griffin stars in 'Millecular'
    08/24/2015 05:46 PM MDT - Gavin Griffin is the Daily's new columnist who just began his banter last week. His new column, "Millecular" will cover all things Millennial, including the generation's antics. Full Story

    Boulder workout: TRX Cycling to Power
    08/24/2015 05:44 PM MDT - This is not a "Spinning" class. This is an indoor cycling class set up to teach you how to ride a bike. No, really ride a bike, as in have masterful control over the watts, power output and RMPs, using custom-made, state-of-the-art technology. Full Story

    Boulder workout: Belly Dance
    08/24/2015 05:43 PM MDT - Georgia Michelle (that's her full dancer name), of Boulder, who has been dancing since age 4 (classical ballet, jazz, tap, modern and character). Georgia Michelle has a master's in dance, is the director of the Colorado Belly Dance Company and has won multiple dance awards, including Belly Dancer of the Universe. Full Story

    Boulder workout: Gymnastics at CrossFit
    08/24/2015 05:41 PM MDT - Matthew Bernstein, of Boulder. Bernstein calls himself a "mover." He is a former fireman and ski patroller who taught CrossFit for three years. He still teaches at a CrossFit gym, but he teaches a unique class that he simply calls Gymnastics. Full Story

    Alcohol abuse: When drinking goes too far
    08/24/2015 05:38 PM MDT - CU officials estimate that a third of new students drink only a little or not at all. And, according to the National College Health Assessment, which is administered every two years, 17 percent of CU students in 2013 reported never using alcohol. Full Story

    Dorm decor: Merging function and fun
    08/24/2015 05:36 PM MDT - College students, renters and interior designers across the country have come up with some smart and sexy ideas for merging function and fun in small quarters. Bring some personality to your pad with these tips.  Full Story

    Drugs and alcohol: When to draw the line
    08/24/2015 05:34 PM MDT - 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." But at some point, marijuana - and other drugs - can leave the realm of fun and may start to affect your daily life, in a bad way. Full Story

    Sharing your space: Don't kill the roommate
    08/24/2015 05:33 PM MDT - It's fall in Boulder. You've registered for classes, signed for enough loans to keep you in debt into your golden years, and moved into your dorm. Full Story

    Mental health: It's OK to ask for help
    08/24/2015 05:32 PM MDT - Most young adults go off to college knowing and understanding the basics where physical health is concerned -- it's been ingrained in their heads. They get the lecture about sex, including birth control and protection against disease. (It only takes once, people!) They hopefully know the symptoms of both alcohol poisoning and bacterial meningitis, and are aware of possible fungal transmission when showering, sans water shoes. (Don't shower without flip-flops, people!) Full Story

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    College cross countryCU cross country: Buffs begin road to three-peat

    Men's program seeks history alongside improved women's squad
    This is far from the first time Mark Wetmore has been in this position. The venerable head coach of the University of Colorado cross country program is set to begin his 21st season as the Buffaloes' leader, and once again the expectations hovering over his program are the envy of his peers across the country. Full Story
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    College cross countryCU cross country: Buffs begin road to three-peat

    Men's program seeks history alongside improved women's squad
    This is far from the first time Mark Wetmore has been in this position. The venerable head coach of the University of Colorado cross country program is set to begin his 21st season as the Buffaloes' leader, and once again the expectations hovering over his program are the envy of his peers across the country. Full Story
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    Second Story Garage: Dirty Bourbon River Show

    Once the Dirty Bourbon River Show began playing, all you have to do is close your eyes and you can almost feel the breeze off the Mississippi River and smell the crawfish and red beans and rice. Full Story