CU Boulder students get “nearly naked” for a one-mile run to support Clothes To Kids of Denver and Pig and Pearl Second Hand Thrift. By Lauren Schaffler
The Black Law Students Association organized a sit-in to respond to Riley’s controversial ideas about race in the U.S. By Robert Tann
New laws in the wake of multiple shootings make it harder to get a gun in Colorado, but those impacted are still unsatisfied. By Dévi Chung
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Video: #gradtaxrally protest on campus draws sizable crowd
Students, staff, faculty and community members rallied in opposition to the federal tax bill’s impact on graduate students. By Lucy Haggard
Our reporter followed one girl’s story for more than a year, chronicling Xanax’s effect on CU students. By Jackson Barnett
Photos: Protests erupt outside of Milo Yiannopoulos event at CU Boulder
Tensions erupted during Milo Yiannopoulos’ talk at CU Boulder between anti-Trump protesters and counter-protesters. By Jackson Barnett
Women’s March on Denver, aimed at Trump administration, draws over 100,000
The Women’s March on Denver drew thousands to the capitol to demonstrate for women’s rights. By Jackson Barnett
Ever heard of students having sex in the Norlin Library stacks? Columnist Dani Pinkus goes to the source to talk about the campus legend.
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Video: Head coach Tad Boyle speaks after win over Xavier
See what Colorado Buffaloes head coach tad Boyle had to say following a gig win over No. 13 Xavier at Coors Events Center on Wednesday night.
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Postgame remarks: Players speak after win over Xavier
The Colorado Buffaloes’ Derrick White, Wesley Gordon and George King spoke after the team’s win over Xavier.