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CU residence hall lands LEED gold

CU residence hall lands LEED gold...

Longmont’s City Council election gets rough

Municipal elections are supposed to be quiet, nonpartisan events that revolve around things like city council seats, libraries, and maybe the tile in the locker rooms at the local recreation center. In fact, municipal elections are perceived by many to be so ...

City backs off on tax plan

City backs off on tax plan...

Who is pulling the strings at CU?

During the Ward Churchill trial last spring, there was a witness who traveled all the way from California to testify on behalf of the fired University of Colorado professor of ethnic studies, but the judge sided with CU attorneys' arguments and prohibited the witness...

Nonprofits merge

Boulder-based environmental nonprofit Global Response is merging with Cultural Survival, a nonprofit organization based in Cambridge, Mass...

Candidate soup, PartII

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Bringing the WTO home

On Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, I embarked on a journey with more than 70 activists in a four-van caravan from the Denver/Boulder metro area to one of the longest, most intense and diverse demonstrations in this country since the 1960s. Kids and grandparents, ...

Buff Briefs | Provost candidate withdraws from consideration

Provost candidate withdraws from considerationRobert J. Sternberg, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts Uni

Local ‘Occupy’ participant: Crackdown coordinated

A Boulder mother who has been active in the local “Occupy” movement says the recent crackdowns on similar demonstrations in cities across the country are likely part of a federally coordinated attack on the movement...
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