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    Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice CenterPeace 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. 
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    Peace Train: The totally predatory pact
    02/12/2015 09:43 PM MST - The U.S. has been negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in secret since 2009. This pact is the latest of so-called free-trade agreements, based on the horribly flawed North American Free Trade Agreement model. Full Story

    CU's E-Center: Show Valentine's Day love with fair-trade gifts
    02/11/2015 09:42 PM MST - Roses are red, violets are blue, make this Valentine's day green and your planet will love you!  Full Story

    Peace Train: Stop the Rocky Flats burn
    02/05/2015 09:08 PM MST - Rocky Flats, eight miles south of Boulder, was home to a plutonium-pit factory; 70,000 pits were manufactured for nuclear weapons. Each pit, if fractured into breathable particles, contains enough plutonium to kill every person in the world, according to Kristen Iversen in her book, "Full Body Burden." Full Story

    Peace Train: The tribune of warfare
    01/29/2015 09:28 PM MST - Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, is scheduled to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress in early March. This will be the third time Netanyahu has addressed Congress, something only one previous foreign leader (Winston Churchill) has done.  Full Story

    Peace Train: Tale of the Battle of Verdun
    01/27/2015 09:18 PM MST - Warfare persists, in part, because newer generations seem to be blinded by delusions of glory, meanwhile forgetting just how terrible real combat can be. Full Story

    Peace Train: The currency of power
    01/27/2015 09:17 PM MST - The tiny island nation of the Republic of the Marshall Islands is rising against some of the most powerful bullies of the world to shine a light on one way the bullies maintain their power: nuclear arsenals. Full Story

    Peace Train: Fear of the 'other'
    01/22/2015 08:24 PM MST - Throughout history, there has always been the "other" to distrust and fear. Unfortunately we continue to create "others" to hate and abuse. Full Story

    Peace Train: Continuing the corporate coup
    01/01/2015 06:27 PM MST - A tiny special-interest group, one with obscene amounts of money, has captured control of much of the U. Full Story

    Peace Train: Working toward peaceful coexistence
    12/25/2014 05:49 PM MST - As millions in the world have paused the best they could, and taken a breath on the Solstice, Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanza, we must all must ponder why on earth the world spends nearly $2 trillion every year on war, according to globalissues. Full Story

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    College basketballCU men's basketball: Buffs no match for No. 7 Wildcats

    'Frustrated' Boyle watches CU put up little fight vs. No. 7 Arizona
    Frustration boiled over for Tad Boyle with 92 seconds to go in Colorado's 82-54 loss to Arizona on Thursday night when he argued a non-call that led officials to slap him with a technical foul. Full Story
    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    College basketballCU men's basketball: Buffs no match for No. 7 Wildcats

    'Frustrated' Boyle watches CU put up little fight vs. No. 7 Arizona
    Frustration boiled over for Tad Boyle with 92 seconds to go in Colorado's 82-54 loss to Arizona on Thursday night when he argued a non-call that led officials to slap him with a technical foul. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: SunSquabi

    Boulder is a breeding ground for electronic music infused with live instruments, and SunSquabi is the style's latest success story. It's looking to be a breakout year for the band, which announced this week it will play Red Rocks in September, in support of GRiZ. Full Story