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As the student news media for the University of Colorado, the CU Independent is a designated public forum. Written for students, by students, the staff serves the CU community as well as the wider community. The role of the student media is to offer a voice for all members of the CU community, provide relevant news and give accurate information. As the university community’s independent student voice, the content is not reviewed or censored by non-student faculty or staff prior to publication.

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  • Former Colorado point guard Spencer Dinwiddie slipped out of the first round of the 2014 NBA Draft, but he landed in a situation where he can make a difference. By Tommy Wood The post Analysis: Dinwiddie should find early NBA playing time with Detroit Pistons appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    The former Colorado point guard is the 38th overall pick of the 2014 NBA Draft. The post Detroit Pistons draft Spencer Dinwiddie appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    Is former Colorado point guard Spencer Dinwiddie the first-round lock that he thinks he is? By Tommy Wood The post Draft preview: Spencer Dinwiddie’s best hope appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    The former Colorado defensive end has to learn a new position while trying to make the New Orleans Saints' roster as an undrafted free agent. By Tommy Wood The post Chidera Uzo-Diribe’s life on the fringe: CU linebacker hopes to make New Orleans Saints’ cut appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    Editor-in-chief Annie Melton on nine months of progress for CUIndependent.com, and what to look forward to this summer and fall. The post Editorial: A year in review appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    CU's junior wide receiver, the 45th overall pick in the draft, is headed to the Seahawks, a team that can use his talents immediately. By Tommy Wood The post Paul Richardson finds his NFL home in Seattle appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    Almost 6,000 students graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder on Thursday, May 8 and Friday, May 9. Eric Stough, a CU graduate and a producer of “South Park,” gave a comical, but thoughtful, commencement speech Friday at Folsom Field. On Thursday, over 150 students from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication had their […] The post PHOTOS: Class of 2014 graduation appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    New Business Minor introduces non-business students to the world of marketing, management and finances The post Business minor the fastest growing academic program at CU despite expensive program fee appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    After a successful club season, the defeat of CSU, and an opportunity to win a national championship, Tommy Wood and Andrew Haubner debate the prospect of bringing Men's Lacrosse to the NCAA. The post Coin Toss: Should men’s lacrosse go D1? appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    April marked the beginning of the flood season in Colorado and CU is making a continued effort to get the word out to students. Flood safety is more of a priority for the administration this year than in previous years because of the floods that rocked the Front Range last September. “Last fall heightened everyone’s awareness, and […] The post CU administration prepares for flood season, urges students to sign up for alerts appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]