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Thursday, August 23,2012

2012 Student Guide | Who you gonna call?

Navigating the many resources available to CU Boulder students

By Hadley Vandiver
Just because your mom isn’t around to help doesn’t mean you won’t survive. All you really need to know is where to go when it’s time to seek some outside help.
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Thursday, August 23,2012

2012 Student Guide | A musical map

A guide to venues in and around Boulder

By Hadley Vandiver
Among Boulder’s greatest draws for students are its music venues and the diverse acts that they book.
Thursday, July 26,2012

Boulder has strong presence in upcoming Olympic games

By Hadley Vandiver
Just like Boulder seems to support more than the typical per capita number of bike shops and running shoe stores, this year’s Olympics, which begin on Friday, July 27, in London, will see a stunning 11 competitors from Boulder — all of them cycling or running after medals.
Thursday, July 26,2012

Lacking labels

Unregulated food labels can be misleading

By Hadley Vandiver
Natural,” “organic,” “whole grain,” “hormone free”: the labels in grocery store aisles are endless, all designed to tell consumers more about the products available for purchase.
Thursday, July 12,2012

Making money, making change

Startup companies show their positive impact in the Summit competition

By Hadley Vandiver
From King Richard in Robin Hood taxing his citizens to the point of starvation to Scrooge nickel and diming his employees out of a family Christmas, classic cartoons and fairy tales present a pretty grim picture of people who like money. But The [i4c] Campaign, and the Denver venture capital firm Galvanize that funds it, are trying to change that image.
Thursday, July 5,2012

Enlisting the sun

Military uses solar energy to help power its operations

By Hadley Vandiver
Within the U.S., it is the Department of Defense (DOD), encompassing the Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force, that consumes the most energy, according to the DOD. In 2010, the DOD’s energy costs totaled more than $4 billion. So what is the DOD doing to combat its gigantic carbon footprint? It’s looking to the sun.
Thursday, June 21,2012

Climbing for a cure

Climb4Life supports cancer research

By Hadley Vandiver
This Saturday, many people will rock climb, hike and walk around in the beautiful Colorado sunshine. But some of them will do so in support of ovarian cancer research with the HERA Women’s Cancer Foundation’s Climb4Life Colorado.
Thursday, June 14,2012

Learning in pajamas

The rising value of online education

By Hadley Vandiver
Free time is not a luxury that 22-year-old Rhianna Taylor can afford these days.
Thursday, June 14,2012

The wealth in weeds

Eating locally out of your lawn

By Hadley Vandiver
This spring, like many Boulder residents with even a tiny scrap of lawn, I looked out my window and was appalled to see that hundreds of bright yellow dandelions had taken over.
Thursday, June 14,2012

A town divided

How fracking is transforming Erie

By Hadley Vandiver
Getting a definitive answer as to whether hydraulic fracturing of gas wells, better known these days as fracking, is contaminating the air and the water in Erie is a pretty tall order. For instance, one study says the air is more polluted than Los Angeles’ brown cloud on a smothering summer day, and then the next two reports claim the air is perfectly safe to breathe. It’s understandably a bit confusing for most people.
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