What the Class of 2024 wants you to know
From the Class of 2024 Read words of wisdom from some of the many talented and innovative students who are graduating and starting their next adventures. As they become Forever Buffs, they leave their inspirational legacies—with advice and
Colorado’s EV discounts just got even better for Xcel Energy customers
A recent decision allows Colorado residents who meet specific income requirements to combine a $5,500 income-qualified discount with other state and local EV
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Illenium, Trevor Noah, Stevie Nicks and more: Big acts coming to Denver in May
And a return to the stage for Colorado’s new poet laureate, Andrea
Letter from a generic U.S. House member heading out: It’s been soul-crushing, and I’m glad to leave
A version of this commentary originally appeared in the Kansas Reflector. Republican lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives are fleeing for the exits. News broke last week that two-term Rep. Jake LaTurner of Kansas, a shiny-cheeked lad of 36, would
Compassion in action: Leading with heart
Faculty, staff, and students associated with the Dalai Lama Fellows program at CU’s Renée Crown Wellness Institute recently traveled to Dharamsala, India, to seek guidance from His Holiness the Dalai Lama on compassionate and ethical leadership.
‘Where creatives come to die’
By Toni Tresca and Shay Castle When voters decided to give more money to the arts in Boulder, they did so enthusiastically: 75% approved 2023’s Ballot Issue 2A, surrendering half of a general sales tax and greatly increasing funding for arts and culture
An Ode to Frasca Food and Wine
As Frasca celebrates 20 years, we recount the Boulder fine-dining restaurant’s impact and evolution. The post An Ode to Frasca Food and Wine appeared first on
Broncos draft roundtable: Trade up, trade back or stay put at No. 12?
What should the Denver Broncos do with the 12th overall pick in the first round of the NFL draft: Trade up, trade down or stick at No.
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CU Boulder announces recipients of Campus Sustainability Awards
The 27th annual Campus Sustainability Awards program recognizes outstanding individuals and departments who demonstrate a sincere commitment to enhancing CU Boulder’s longstanding commitment to sustainability. Awardees exhibit innovation that directly
Foreign aid bill advances in U.S. Senate as McConnell chides GOP ‘isolationist movement’
WASHINGTON — An additional $95 billion in military and humanitarian assistance for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan is on a glide path to passage in the U.S. Senate after a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers voted Tuesday to limit debate on the package. The
CU Boulder to host two-day sustainability summit
The University of Colorado Boulder will hold its annual Campus Sustainability Summit on Wednesday and Thursday for people to learn about and advance sustainability on
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Roger Rosengarten is ready for anything. The former Valor Christian star and 2024 NFL draft OL “is going to be a really good player.”
Roger Rosengarten only started playing offensive line his junior year at Valor Christian High. Six years later, he's grown a lot, accomplished a lot and stands poised to hear his name called during the first two days of this week's NFL
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Gov’t watch: April 23, 2024
Boulder City Council At the May 2 regular meeting, council will: This meeting will start at 7 p.m., an hour later than usual, because of a Youth Opportunities Advisory Board dinner.  Boulder County Commissioners During the week of April 29, commissioners
Fire insurance?
Has anyone else had trouble getting homeowners insurance? We’re being told the fire risk in Boulder is too high. submitted by /u/blissthismess [link]
Broomfield FISH hosts Stamp Out Hunger food drive
Broomfield FISH, a food bank and resource center, is once again teaming up with the National Association of Letter Carriers for national Stamp Out Hunger food drive day on May
Why do we move slower the older we get? New study delivers answers
It’s one of the inescapable realities of aging: The older we get, the slower we tend to move—whether we’re walking around the block or just reaching for the remote control. A new study led by CU Boulder engineers helps explain why. The
CU Boulder teams win big at New Venture Challenge finals
FoodWise won first place and Refr Sports won second place at the NVC finals on April 17, the culminating showcase of a season that brought innovative solutions for reducing food waste, expanding home ownership, improving hotel pricing and more. 
DPSCD summer school program will aim to keep students on track after the school year winds down
Every K-8 student in the Detroit Public Schools Community District has access to summer school programming this year, school officials said this week.During a school board committee meeting Monday, Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said the district will
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