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Course Fees To Be Eliminated At CU BoulderUniversity of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano says the school is adopting a new program that gets rid of all course and program fees starting next fall.
Former CU Assistant Coach's Accuser SuesJoe Tumpkin's ex-girlfriend Pamela Fine says he abused her for years, and the head coach covered it up to protect his football team.
Regents Suspend Chancellor, Discipline Coach Over Domestic Violence ProbeCU's chancellor has been suspended and Buffaloes football coach Mike MacIntyre was also punished as part of a domestic violence probe.
Football Coach's Firing Discussed By CU Leaders In Lengthy MeetingThe University of Colorado Board of Regents spent an entire day listening to preliminary findings of an investigation into the handling of the firing of an assistant football coach.
CBS4 To Former CU Coach: 'Did You Beat That Woman?'No longer a University of Colorado football coach, Joseph Tumpkin walked into court to be advised of the domestic violence charges he faces on Thursday.
2 Winners In CU Student Government DisqualifiedTwo winning candidates in the University of Colorado's student government elections have been disqualified.
Republicans Provide 50 More Debate Tickets For CUThe Republican National Committee is providing 50 more student and faculty tickets for Wednesday's Republican presidential candidate debate.
Long Weekend Of 4/20 Pot Celebrations Continues In ColoradoMarijuana tourists in town are already celebrating Monday's unofficial stoner holiday of 4/20.
CU Chancellor To Address Social Issues In SpeechUniversity of Colorado chancellor Phil DiStefano is planning to address social issues in his state of the campus speech on Tuesday.
CU Campus Remains Closed As Officials Assess Flood DamageThe campus of the University of Colorado in Boulder remained closed Friday and evacuations are still in place for about 400 students because of dangerous flooding that essentially shut down the city.
Students, Players Hopeful Things Will Change After Bohn's DepartureNews of the resignation of Mike Bohn came as a surprise to many on the University of Colorado campus on Tuesday, but many also said this may be the perfect move for restoring a winning football tradition in Boulder.
Bohn Tells Staff CU 'Wanted To Go In Different Direction'Colorado athletic director Mike Bohn is resigning after eight years in charge of a Buffaloes program that struggled on the football field and soared in hoops.

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