Boulder Astronomy and Space Society is one of the best-kept secrets on campus, Keith Gleason, manager of Sommers-Bausch Observatory and staffer at Fiske Planetarium, said. The group hosts free Friday-night viewings, Gleason said, which he does not see being attended by students.
The club’s next meeting will be at 7 p.m. April 20 at Sommers-Bausch Observatory.
Contact CU Independent Multimedia Editor Yuchen Wu at Yuchen.email@example.com and Videographer Joseph Wirth at Joseph.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you know Joe Wirth? is a common question rung around The Hill area of Boulder, typically on the weekends. But the thing is no one knows who this guy is, yet.
Fresh into the the journalism world, this is Wirth's second semester working at the CU Independent. When asked how being a sports columnist is, he simply replied, "This is only just the beginning."
Yuchen is a senior student at CU double majoring in finance and accounting. He loves journalism because it gives him an opportunity to see this world objectively as it is. He appreciates the truth, even though he thinks truth is the bottom of abyss. Through journalism, he cultivated a deep concern about people. He enjoys making his news involved with people, and he thinks the only solution to make the news better is by understanding them.
Student government allocated $17.7 million in student fees for the 2013-14 fiscal year to 15 CU Boulder departments Wednesday and Thursday nights in an annual public discussion that lasted over 12 hours.
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The University of Colorado men’s basketball beat the Arizona Wildcats 71-58 Thursday, healing a wound the left after teams’ previous encounter.
The last game on Jan. 3 was close, but ended with a ‘no’ call from the refs after a three... read more »