News and Reviews
  • Colorado sends the most athletes to 2018 Winter Olympics

    In addition to living in one of the most gorgeous states in the nation, we Coloradans have something else to take pride in this winter. The 2018 Winter Olympics began on February 9 in PyeongChang, and Colorado boasts the most Olympians competing this year. 31 of the 242 Team USA athletes call Colorado their home. The most famous being four-time

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  • CU Dental Brigades: Bringing smiles to those less fortunate

    Here in the states, we take healthcare and dental hygiene for granted. However, simple doctor check-ups and routine dental cleanings are not as easy to come by in developing nations. There are people outside of our wealthy country who would give anything for simple medication, a new toothbrush, or a licensed professional to assess their medical concerns or even pull

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  • Spend this Valentine’s Day with a...

    Valentine’s Day is perhaps the most love-to-hate holiday of all time. For the last month, you have been accosted by pink fluffy bears and heart-shaped chocolate on your weekly grocery-store trip. V-Day is still a week away, and you're already sick of it. Maybe that’s because you and your partner find it contrived -- but more likely it’s because you

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  • Make CU Football Great Again – How the Buffs Have...

    The sporting world is an unforgiving one. It is quick to judge, and considers little else more important than quality production and winning. Perhaps no one has been more aware of this than CU Buffs head coach Mike MacIntyre. MacIntyre is in the middle of his fourth season at the helm of a historic program that had fallen into disrepair.

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  • Boulder Economic Summit Reaches New Heights

    Boulder County’s economy is at an all-time high – but what does that mean and what does the future hold? This was the vein of discussion at the recent Boulder Economic Summit held on May 17, which featured a prominent line-up of speakers and panelists, and drew a rapt audience of top business, civic, and community leaders in Boulder County.

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  • BolderBOULDER Promises Fun for Everyone This Memorial Day

    Does the idea of running a 10k or eating a plateful of bacon get your blood pumping faster? Tough choice, and luckily, it’s one you won’t have to make, at least not on Memorial Day. The annual BolderBOULDER is around the corner, and it offers bacon, running, and probably even running for bacon among other festivities. The fun begins bright

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  • Forward Food Summit: Revolutionizing the Way We See Food

    I know you have heard it before; America is the only nation to struggle mightily with both obesity and hunger. Thirty-seven percent of adult Americans are obese, 74 percent are somewhat overweight and one-third of children are overweight or obese. On the flipside, 14 percent of American households struggle with food security. That translates to nearly 50 million people across

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