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After a century on Grandview Avenue, 2 homes being readied for half-mile move

CU, Boulder paying $100K toward relocation of each house
04/23/2014 02:35 PM MDT
Two historic houses on the University of Colorado's Grandview Avenue property are almost ready to move to their new permanent location on the 900 block of Marine Street in Boulder. 
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CU-Boulder to launch 'Augmester' in 2015
04/22/2014 07:16 PM MDT - Starting next year, students at the University of Colorado will be able to take an intensive month-long course during August — an "Augmester," as it's being called — modeled after the current Maymester program held each May. Full Story

Armed with cellos, 'flash mob' entertains CU-Boulder lunch crowd
04/21/2014 10:18 PM MDT - In what University of Colorado officials termed a surprise "flash mob," the members of the Sphere Ensemble assembled in the Center for Community during the lunch hour on Monday, broke out their instruments and began playing music. Full Story

CU-Boulder engineering college looks to double enrollment by 2020
04/21/2014 10:19 PM MDT - The University of Colorado's College of Engineering and Applied Science plans to double enrollment by 2020, which will mean growing its student body to more than 8,000 students and hiring roughly 125 new faculty members — not to mention needing an estimated 300,000 square feet in additional space. Full Story

CU-Boulder hosting 'Money Smart Week' to help students learn about personal finance
04/21/2014 01:14 PM MDT - The University of Colorado is hoping to help students learn about how to negotiate a salary and manage money after graduation as part of Money Smart Week all this week. Full Story

CU-Boulder quiet on 4/20, police keep campus closed to outsiders
04/21/2014 09:12 AM MDT - More than a dozen police officers patrolled the perimeter of the Norlin Quadrangle at the University of Colorado at Boulder campus at 4:20 p.m. today, but there was no one there to attempt to revive what was once a big, annual 4/20 smokeout. Full Story

CU-Boulder researchers: Procrastination, impulsivity genetically linked
04/20/2014 09:42 AM MDT - A tendency to procrastinate and make impulsive decisions can be explained, at least partially, by your genes, according to new research from the University of Colorado. Full Story

NASA chief Charles Bolden tours CU-Boulder for the first time
04/18/2014 07:22 PM MDT - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden spoke Friday before a packed house at the University of Colorado, lauding the school's aerospace program and delivering an animated primer on what he hopes space travel will look like in the near future. Full Story

CU-Boulder hosting filmmakers Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Alex Gibney this month
04/17/2014 09:26 PM MDT - The University of Colorado is hosting two filmmakers and showing their documentaries on campus in the next month, the university announced Thursday. Full Story

Faculty group: CU created 'maximum humiliation' for banished professor Dan Kaufman
04/17/2014 07:23 PM MDT - A statement released today by the state and local chapters of the American Association of University Professors criticizing the University of Colorado over its handling of issues in the philosophy department also sheds new light on the suspension and banishment from campus of associate professor Dan Kaufman. Full Story

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Congress is using Twitter, but which party is most active?

Your representative in the House is almost certainly on Twitter. Your senator definitely is. But how are they using the social network? Full Story
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Oldest living former major leaguer dies at 102

Conrado "Connie" Marrero, the diminutive Cuban right-hander who pitched for the Washington Senators in the 1950s, died in Havana on Wednesday at the age of 102. Marrero was the oldest living former Major League Baseball player. Full Story
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Justin Bieber is sorry for visiting this Japanese war shrine

Justin Bieber apologized Wednesday to those he offended by visiting Japan's Yasukuni war shrine this week, saying he was misled to see it as only a place of prayer. Full Story