NASA administrator Charles Bolden to give public talk at CU-Boulder this week

04/15/2014 11:27 AM MDT
Charles Bolden, NASA's top administrator, is visiting the University of Colorado on Friday to give a public lecture titled "NASA's Roadmap to Tomorrow's Mission." 
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Buffs offer fans flickers of hope in spirited spring contest
04/12/2014 05:05 PM MDT - The expected sea of black and gold filled up the stands on Saturday at the University of Colorado's annual spring football game, but an unexpected addition of four legs and fur made an appearance near the top of the stadium. Full Story

GOP lauds lifting of gun 'ban' at convention, but CU-Boulder says there never was one
04/11/2014 09:59 PM MDT - Republicans at congressional district and multi-county assemblies Friday lauded their GOP colleagues for lifting a ban on concealed weapons at the Coors Events Center, a move one state senator called a "victory for freedom. Full Story

CU-Boulder hosting memorial for professor Janette Klingner
04/11/2014 07:21 PM MDT - Janette Kettmann Klingner, described by her family as a generous, thoughtful person whose positive attitude radiated throughout her life and career as an educator, died March 20 of cancer at age 60 at home in Littleton. Full Story

In wake of report, CU-Boulder philosophy department gathers to look ahead
04/11/2014 06:41 PM MDT - Two months after the release of a divisive independent report about the University of Colorado's philosophy department, faculty members are meeting for a two-day retreat to talk about how to move forward. Full Story

CU-Boulder students exploring Crimean annexation in 'Russia Today,' other classes
04/13/2014 01:00 AM MDT - When University of Colorado junior Eric Lange enrolled for classes last fall, including one called "Russia Today," he had no idea he'd be taking the class during a pivotal moment in Russian — and world — history.  Full Story

CU-Boulder registers its highest number of National Science Foundation research fellowships
04/11/2014 10:20 AM MDT - A record 30 University of Colorado students have received prestigious Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation recognizing outstanding graduate students in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. Full Story

CWA panel: To figure out a society, 'just look at their vampires'
04/10/2014 09:04 PM MDT - The existence of vampires and zombies can clearly no longer be denied. In the new millennium, both horror tropes are resurgent in our culture with a vengeance. Full Story

'Criminology Buffs' club exposes CU-Boulder students to real world of criminal justice
04/10/2014 06:19 PM MDT - In a dark hallway on the University of Colorado campus, Boulder Police Detective Jack Gardner described the circumstances of a homicide to a group of students. Full Story

CWA panel: Regional weather, geography affect ways of life in U.S.
04/09/2014 10:00 PM MDT - A lake person himself, Minnesota-raised monologist and playwright Kevin Kling said that, unsurprisingly, he has met a lot of mountain people in Boulder since arriving here Monday. "We all have a landscape that gives us solace," he said.  Full Story

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An Indonesian governor wants to stop adultery with prayer

An Indonesian governor said Wednesday he has ordered all civil servants in a central province to attend mass prayer sessions and religious sermons in a bid to stop adultery. Full Story
Gmail makes sending mobile photos easier

Now, you can insert an assortment of pictures or photo albums directly into email, resize them within the message and make sharing with friends and family less of a time-consuming process overall. Full Story
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Come visit FX's darkly fun 'Fargo'

The beauty of "Fargo" is watching its plainspoken inhabitants from above, knowing full well who is responsible for what, and giggling as the worst of them dig themselves deeper and deeper into a hole. Full Story