Special Editions

Winter Scene 2010: iPhone snow applications

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  Amid dozens of debatably useless applications, iPhones offer numerous apps of particular interest for Colorado snow-sport enthusiasts. Such applications provide useful information about current slope and weather conditions, ski runs, avalanche risk, snow reports ...

2012 Student Guide | Join the club

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More than 1,500 student athletes competed in 35 club sports teams at CU last year, and 21 of those clubs went on to their national championships. The list of sports includes baseball, crew, dance, field hockey, freestyle skiing, hockey, soccer, lacrosse, rugby, ...

Student Guide 2010: You’re in college, it’s time to get politically...

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You`ve seen the photos from the 1960s and 1970s of students protesting on campus with their “Make love, not war” signs. Well, times may have changed, but the college years are still one of the formative periods in one’s life when it comes to political beliefs ...

Winter Scene 2010: Catch air

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  I´ve strapped on my snowboard for the first time in two years, and I’m standing at the top of a man-made jump staring downwards at an intimidating 42-degree slope. I’ve snowboarded for 12 years — I traded last year’s snow season for a two-month jaunt around ...

2012 Student Guide | Welcome to CU

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And welcome to the sights and sounds of a new school year. The sharpening of pencils — or, more likely, the clicking of laptop keyboards. The printing of schedules and the combing of campus maps, the desperate search for new classrooms amid a sea of new buildings, ...

Carhuggers love your ride

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For most of us, owning a car is a necessity. And with the necessity...

Day Sports Camps

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Day Camps...

Growing up the greener way

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After a long and in some ways challenging winter that began with a deluge that saw flooded gardens wiped out early, gardeners are likely eager to be getting their fingers back into the soil this spring. Our Boulderganic is focused, first, on providing some ...

Student Guide 2010: Some tips for keeping safe on campus

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Safety first. Safety is no accident. Better safe than dead. OK, we made up that last one, but we think it’s catchy. After all, it can be a dangerous world out there if you don’t use a little common sense, and even on a college campus, bad things can happen to ...

Local, organic cooking made simple

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Boulderites are discovering a world of new recipe ideas and cooking...

Overnight Performing Arts Camps

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OVERNIGHT CAMPS...

2012 Student Guide | A musical map

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The Boulder Bubble is positively bursting with interesting things to do and see, including, but not limited to, ridiculously huge mountains, people that stuff themselves into clear plastic boxes, overpriced boutique stores, hipster restaurants and all manner of “...