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On Tuesday, February 9, University of Colorado Boulder released the first of two findings from the Fall 2015 Sexual Misconduct Survey. According to the report, 28 percent of undergraduate women have experienced sexual misconduct (defined as sexual assault, sexual exploitation, sexual...
February 11 2016, 9:33 AM
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We’ve all been there—that miserable moment on the slopes when you have to yank off your toasty gloves, dig your phone or iPod from your pocket, and fumble through your playlist with frozen fingers. Happily, Gaugewear in Boulder has partnered with the University of Colorado’s College of Engineering...
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The next Republican presidential debate commences at 6 p.m., this Wednesday, October 28, at the Coors Events Center at the University of Colorado Boulder. While the venue holds around 11,000, the event will be capped at about 1,000 people because of CNBC’s strict rules on the studio audience. Even...
October 26 2015, 3:35 PM
The Neighborhood: Boulder's University Hill
I didn't go to college at the University of Colorado Boulder, but I am a twenty-something, so when I cut someone off in traffic, I can tell they think I do. Thus, I tend to avoid Boulder's "the Hill," unless I'm ducking into Alfalfas, driving to...
October 14 2015, 11:35 AM
Startup superstars Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, and Jay Z all have beautiful homes, outsize influence, and bank accounts that are the envy of many small nations. What they don’t have are college diplomas—and we’re guessing they’re fine with the trade-off. With role models like this, startup-mad...
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Table of Contents
What Is Pain?
The 5280 Agony Index
Fix Me: Common Cures for Pain
A New Non-addictive Treatment for Chronic Pain
Pain in Pursuit of Pleasure
Colorado Broke My ______!
Courtesy of the NFL: One Former Bronco's Injury File
The Replacements: The Truth...
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Apparently Maverick and Goose aren’t the only ones with a need for speed. This spring, a group from the University of Colorado Boulder led by assistant professor of aerospace engineering sciences Ryan P. Starkey will, for the first time, test-fly a supersonic unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV or, more...
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I've been fairly vocal about my aversion to the game of football. It's not that I don't appreciate the athleticism or enjoy the camaraderie that comes with cheering for the same goal (no pun intended) with thousands of other people; I just find it slow. That being said, I've always been a...
September 8 2014, 10:00 AM