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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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  • CUI sportswriters Tommy Wood and Andrew Haubner debate the possibility of changing the PAT policy in the NFL.The post The Coin Toss: Taking away the extra point? appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    Corporations own your Congress, but we can take it back. By Sam SchanfarberThe post Opinion: The great American oligarchy appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    Tyler, the Creator will bring his infamous live act to the Hill on Thursday, April 24. By James Calvet The post Tyler, the Creator to play the Fox Theatre one year after “riot situation” appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    The Local Sphere Ensemble performed two surprise shows Monday in the C4C as students ate lunch. By Sam KlomhausThe post Music fills C4C in surprise flash mob appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    Marijuana enthusiasts from all over the state and country arrived in Denver this weekend to celebrate Colorado's first legal 4/20 gathering.The post Photos: Denver’s “Official 4/20 Rally” appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    The University of Colorado men’s rugby team won a close game against San Diego State University on Saturday, 22-17, to advance and head into the second round of the playoffs. The Buffs had to go a long way to secure the win. Although CU was never down, San Diego State was able to tie the score in […]The post CU men’s rugby wins close game to advance in playoffs appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    Despite a loss to Cal, the women's lacrosse team can look forward to the postseason. By Sam RouthierThe post Women’s lacrosse falls to Cal in final home game of regular season appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    Someone once said there is always a time and place for everything. But when it comes to sex, we don’t always consider the place – there are many times when we just have to satisfy our urges, and campus is not immune to that spontaneity. Norlin Library The library isn’t just for studying. “Donuts,” a senior […]The post Sex on campus? It happens more than you think appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    The CU Independent examines what 4/20 means to the people of Boulder since the legalization of marijuana and the shutdown of the annual gathering on campus.The post People of 4/20 appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]

    The Buffs avenged last year's national championship defeat with a 9-6 win over the Rams. By Tommy WoodThe post Men’s club lacrosse ends season with win over CSU appeared first on CU Independent. [Read More]