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A foodie’s town on a student’s budget

Eating cheap in Boulder isn’t easy, but it’s possibleMost students arriving at college simply can’t wait to start cooking for themselves, setting aside some time to spend in the kitchen preparing fresh meals, lovingly attending to a hot stove to make their food...

Getting a grip on your GPA

How and where to get academic support You’ve seen it in just about every movie about college you’ve ever seen — the cliché slacker dude who sails through his classes without cracking a book or waking up for lab. Then there are the stoners who fail their classes ...

CU Events Calendar

What to see and do on the university campus September 2013...

Meet your president(s)

The how and why of CU student government You’re in the big leagues now. The classes are bigger, the books are bigger and so is the amount of money that flies around your campus. So who is in charge of those student fees that could make your wallet a winner on The ...

CU Presents

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Campus shortcuts

When you’re ready to step up from just getting around campus to getting around faster Engineering students have most if not all their classes in the Engineering Center, but most majors aren’t that lucky. Students, especially those in the College of Arts & Sciences...

CU Department of Theatre & Dance

www.cutheatre.org THEATRE...

ATLAS Speaker Series

Schedule of Events — Fall 2013 Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) – How Do They Work? Sept. 9, 4 p.m. ATLAS 100, Cofrin Auditorium Free Dan Grossman will share his recent experiences with MOOCs as an instructor working to reach a broad audience with a challenging...

International Film Series

www.internationalfilmseries.comBack for another season, this time equipped with newfangled digital projection equipment, the International Film Series presents offers thought-provoking documentaries, art-house cinema, film festival favorites and campy B-movies. ...

Pigskin preview

Buffs aim for a better season There is an ugly wreck in Ralphie’s rear-view mirror. Colorado football has suffered through seven consecutive losing seasons, three recent coaching changes and the indignity of a one-win season. New head coach Mike MacIntyre, the ...

Shoot-out

Men’s basketball ready to impress Colorado men’s basketball has come a long way since Tad Boyle took the program’s reins in April of 2010. Perhaps the best indicator of the vitality of Boyle’s program is the fact that the team’s best player, Andre Roberson, left ...

Great expectations

Women’s basketball shoots for the top When Linda Lappe first arrived at CU, she wasn’t sure of what to make of the women’s basketball program. No, we’re not talking about 2010, when she was named coach of CU’s women’s team. We’re talking about 1998, when she ...
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