Photo
An Investigation at University of Colorado
The University of Colorado today made public an independent investigation that found pervasive sexual harassment and bullying within the Boulder campus’ philosophy department, a report that has now led administrators to remove the department chair and suspend all graduate student admissions into the department until at least the fall of 2015.
The review — conducted at CU’s request by the American Philosophical Association’s Committee on the Status of Women Site Visit Program — comes just days after the university released a report showing the Boulder campus is meeting the legal requirements under Title IX, the federal gender equity and non-discrimination law.
Read the full story here.
(The CU philosophy department’s office in the Hellems Building on the Boulder campus. Photo by Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera)

An Investigation at University of Colorado

The University of Colorado today made public an independent investigation that found pervasive sexual harassment and bullying within the Boulder campus’ philosophy department, a report that has now led administrators to remove the department chair and suspend all graduate student admissions into the department until at least the fall of 2015.

The review — conducted at CU’s request by the American Philosophical Association’s Committee on the Status of Women Site Visit Program — comes just days after the university released a report showing the Boulder campus is meeting the legal requirements under Title IX, the federal gender equity and non-discrimination law.

Read the full story here.

(The CU philosophy department’s office in the Hellems Building on the Boulder campus. Photo by Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera)

Photo
Congratulations! 
Quote
"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

Photo
The CU Independent snagged a great photo of the bear falling out of the tree today, but it seemed like it was… missing something. 

The CU Independent snagged a great photo of the bear falling out of the tree today, but it seemed like it was… missing something. 

Photo
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.

Photo
Not only will the Daily Camera be covering the events across Boulder today, but we’ll be sure to keep live Tweets of the action! Follow the tag #cu420, and be sure to check out @mitchellbyars for updates from the march!
And of course, check in here and at www.dailycamera.com for complete coverage and photos from the events.
Have a safe 4/20 everyone!
saragusa09:

#420 in #boulder… Made for quite an #entertaining walk with Gonzo. (Taken with Instagram at The hill)

Not only will the Daily Camera be covering the events across Boulder today, but we’ll be sure to keep live Tweets of the action! Follow the tag #cu420, and be sure to check out @mitchellbyars for updates from the march!

And of course, check in here and at www.dailycamera.com for complete coverage and photos from the events.

Have a safe 4/20 everyone!

saragusa09:

#420 in #boulder… Made for quite an #entertaining walk with Gonzo. (Taken with Instagram at The hill)

Photo
Hey, remember when this guy paid his tuition in $1 bills? It took three people in the bursar’s office 55 minutes each to count his payment, said campus spokesman Bronson Hilliard.