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Can a Housing First Project Be Developed with Minimal Controversy?

Can a Housing First Project Be Developed with Minimal Controversy?

Housing First PLAN-Boulder Forum, May 7 (photo from student website http://www.yourhousingfirst.weebly.com/ ) At a PLAN-Boulder forum on the evening of May 7, 2012, a class of seven graduate students in the Urban and Regional Planning Program at [...]

Obama at CU

Obama at CU

"We only paid off our student debt eight years ago. Think about that—I’m the President of the United States.” With that statement and others President Barack Obama brought laughs, yells, and awed silences to the thousands gathered at the Coors [...]

CU Cracks Down on 4/20

CU Cracks Down on 4/20

Fish—not the typical smell you associate with the counterculture marijuana holiday known as 4/20—yet, when walking through Norlin Quad today, the usual epicenter of Boulder’s 4/20, that was the predominant scent.  Fish-based fertilizer was [...]

CU Administration’s Reckless 4/20 Plan Risks Violence

CU Administration’s Reckless 4/20 Plan Risks Violence

As you know by now, the annual 4/20 cannabis smoke-out is fast approaching. For several years, thousands from all over the Metro Area have gathered on CU's Norlin Quad to toke up at precisely 4:20pm. After an afternoon of low-key festivities a cloud [...]

What’s Happening on the Hill, By the Numbers

What’s Happening on the Hill, By the Numbers

The recent 2010 U.S. Census data tell an interesting story about how University Hill has changed over the years. One way to look at it is to follow the population counts in Census Tract 124.  This area is the focus of many of the discussions the [...]

Obama Youth Summit at CU

Obama Youth Summit at CU

The Obama campaign returned to the CU campus last night at the “Greater Together Youth Summit.” Back in 2008, Michelle Obama spoke on Farrand Field on behalf of her husband. This time around CU was selected as one of 12 universities across the [...]

Council Candidate Mark Gelband

Council Candidate Mark Gelband

Mark Gelband, a 46-year-old father of a blended family, is running for a seat on the Boulder City Council. He feels strongly that the City Council needs a major overhaul. “I feel as though as though there’s been a small, vocal group of [...]

Council Candidate Tim Plass

Council Candidate Tim Plass

What started out as simply speaking up for his neighborhood turned into speaking up for his entire community. Tim Plass started getting involved with the community when he went to a City Council meeting to try to save a historic house from getting [...]

Council Candidate Dan King

Council Candidate Dan King

The “Ambassador of Cool,” otherwise known as Dan King, is running for City Council because he says he brings financial skills that will be useful in planning the city’s budget.  Originally from upstate New York, he is now the co-owner of the [...]

Council Candidate Ken Wilson

Council Candidate Ken Wilson

Editor’s note: Students in instructor Christine Mahoney’s Radio/TV News Writing Course at the newly-formed Journalism Program at CU-Boulder are participating in the Blue Line’s coverage of the local election by interviewing Boulder City [...]

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