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    Peace TrainPeace Train: Tale of the Battle of Verdun

    The WWI battle was one of the most costly military encounters
    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. 
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    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

    Peace Train: Risky form of Russian roulette
    12/11/2014 04:00 PM MST - The mainstream media's reporting of events in Ukraine essentially consists of vilifying Russian President Vladimir Putin, with no historical context for events is provided. There is no recognition that, through its hubris, the U.S. is playing an unnecessary and highly risky form of Russian roulette by creating a situation that has led to a new Cold War. The situation could still spin out of control and lead to a hot war, even a nuclear war. Full Story

    Guest op-ed: We shouldn't be limiting dreams
    12/09/2014 09:20 PM MST - If Barbie can't design a computer program, then what can she do? Well I'll tell you what she can do, she can read. Full Story

    Peace Train: We can choose to create peace
    12/04/2014 10:10 PM MST - In an article Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., wrote for the Washington Post, she said that the U.S. and the Soviet Union were mired in an arms race during the Cold War and that the antagonistic competition drove countries to stockpile 30,000 nuclear weapons each. Full Story

    CUSG Corner: A year in review
    11/19/2014 02:14 PM MST - Throughout the fall semester, CUSG has been hard at work for the students of CU. Student leaders are working around the clock to make sure that campus is a safe and inclusive community for all, and that the student body's needs are met. At the center of CUSG is a staff of 19 talented individuals who look forward to continuing to work for students. Full Story

    Peace Train: All could end 'in one afternoon'
    11/13/2014 09:18 PM MST - In an effort to reduce nuclear weapons, President Barack Obama said in a 2009 speech in Prague: "So today, I state clearly and with conviction America's commitment to seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons." Full Story

    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    College basketballCU men's basketball: Wesley Gordon rising to the occasion

    Buffs sophomore emerging as potential star

    Set an appointment with Wesley Gordon and there's a decent chance you might have to wait a bit for his arrival.

     
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    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    College basketballCU men's basketball: Wesley Gordon rising to the occasion

    Buffs sophomore emerging as potential star

    Set an appointment with Wesley Gordon and there's a decent chance you might have to wait a bit for his arrival.

     
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    Second Story Garage: The Dustbowl Revival

    They're called The Dustbowl Revival, but "dustbowl" should be read as style, not politics. It's more Mardi Gras than "Grapes of Wrath." You could see this band with all their belongings on the back of a wagon heading west, but it would be a party. Their Americana swing gets you tapping your toes and raising your glass. No one's down on their luck here. Full Story