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"We paid more in student loans than we paid for the first condo we bought together."

President Obama on his and his wife’s own experience with student debt

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Here we are, the Daily Camera’s coverage of President Obama’s visit to Boulder. Talk about a lot to cover!

But thanks to the fabulous staff here - news, photo and design - we did an amazing job covering the event.

Check it all out here.

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Obama surprises The Sink during Boulder visit, gets accidental yogurt splash // ‘Embarassed’ woman hits president’s pants as she drops yogurt

Obama in Boulder: President brings student loan message to CU

Photos: Greg Lindstrom, Times-Call; Associated Press; madloid55's epic Instagram shot (she's not the person who spilled yogurt — just knows how to take a photo)

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Sarah Boline, left, and Aisha Thurmond, both CU students, were prepared with homework while waiting at the Coors Events Center on Tuesday to hear President Barack Obama speak later in the day.

Sarah Boline, left, and Aisha Thurmond, both CU students, were prepared with homework while waiting at the Coors Events Center on Tuesday to hear President Barack Obama speak later in the day.

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Last time a president came through town…
In 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower stood before a mammoth of a building on Broadway — its hulking cement walls cutting into the skyline of the Flatirons — and dedicated the new lab of the National Bureau of Standards in Boulder.
We’ve also had a lot of non-sitting presidents (before and after) visit.

Last time a president came through town…

In 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower stood before a mammoth of a building on Broadway — its hulking cement walls cutting into the skyline of the Flatirons — and dedicated the new lab of the National Bureau of Standards in Boulder.

We’ve also had a lot of non-sitting presidents (before and after) visit.

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President Obama to appear at CU-Boulder on TuesdayHe’ll be the second sitting president to visit Boulder. The first was Eisenhower.

President Obama to appear at CU-Boulder on Tuesday

He’ll be the second sitting president to visit Boulder. The first was Eisenhower.