Monday, November 18, 2013
When University of Colorado sophomore Justin Rouleau heard that someone was choking during his shift as a cook at the Center for Community, he said his brain turned off and he sprang to action.
"When it happened, I just went on autopilot and my subconscious kind of took over with all the training that I had known for years," Rouleau said. "It wasn’t until after the fact that (I realized) it was a big deal. In the moment, I wasn’t thinking about it at all."
Rouleau, Daniel Kotsides and Nathaniel Pohl all assisted in reviving Willard Cooperstock earlier this fall and were awarded the Lifesaving Award from the CU police department on Monday morning for their efforts.

When University of Colorado sophomore Justin Rouleau heard that someone was choking during his shift as a cook at the Center for Community, he said his brain turned off and he sprang to action.

"When it happened, I just went on autopilot and my subconscious kind of took over with all the training that I had known for years," Rouleau said. "It wasn’t until after the fact that (I realized) it was a big deal. In the moment, I wasn’t thinking about it at all."

Rouleau, Daniel Kotsides and Nathaniel Pohl all assisted in reviving Willard Cooperstock earlier this fall and were awarded the Lifesaving Award from the CU police department on Monday morning for their efforts.

Monday, November 11, 2013
CU-Boulder is trying to shake the party school image with this new ad campaign.

… soooo, how long until people photoshop a joint into this?

CU-Boulder is trying to shake the party school image with this new ad campaign.

… soooo, how long until people photoshop a joint into this?

Thursday, November 7, 2013
Our reaction to this insane raccoon-murder story.

Our reaction to this insane raccoon-murder story.

Thursday, October 31, 2013
BEHAVE YO SELVES.

BEHAVE YO SELVES.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013
(OK, the photo is from Boulder PrideFest, but we love it so much, it’s going with this story anyway.)
Bri Duke remembers how packed the crowd was at last year’s annual Gay Straight Alliance drag show.
Duke, a senior Asian studies major at the University of Colorado, is president of the alliance which is working to create a safe space for LGBTQA — lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and allied — students on campus. At last year’s drag show, one group of performers had to squeeze between hundreds of audience members just to get to the stage.
"Our turnout has been massive," Duke said.
The drag show’s massive audience is evidence to Duke that some of the university’s LGBTQ policies for inclusion and equality are working, and that every year the campus culture becomes more and more friendly LGBTQ students.

(OK, the photo is from Boulder PrideFest, but we love it so much, it’s going with this story anyway.)

Bri Duke remembers how packed the crowd was at last year’s annual Gay Straight Alliance drag show.

Duke, a senior Asian studies major at the University of Colorado, is president of the alliance which is working to create a safe space for LGBTQA — lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and allied — students on campus. At last year’s drag show, one group of performers had to squeeze between hundreds of audience members just to get to the stage.

"Our turnout has been massive," Duke said.

The drag show’s massive audience is evidence to Duke that some of the university’s LGBTQ policies for inclusion and equality are working, and that every year the campus culture becomes more and more friendly LGBTQ students.