This year has been one of the most difficult in the University of Colorado Boulder history. Students not only had to say goodbye to in-person experiences with classmates, friends, campus activities and student groups, they also had to navigate new ways of learning and new ways of carrying out timeless rituals.
When dealing with a crisis — be it a pandemic or any other significant threat — we believe it’s best to meet it with overwhelming force. So it’s with some alarm that we took the recent news that the Trump administration has moved to end the National Guard’s service helping states mitigate the damage caused by the coronavirus.
Open Forum letters to the editor for May 30, 快2彩票.
The U.S. Department of Education is poised to weaken Title IX protections for victims of sexual assault on Colorado’s college and university campuses, including the University of Colorado Boulder. Absent any reversal, new Title IX regulations on sexual misconduct will take effect Aug. 14.
“I know you’re asking today, how long will it take?” Thus spake Martin Luther King...