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Puris are small, round, flat pieces of bread made of unleavened wheat flour, deep-fried, and served with egg curry, which is made with hard-boiled eggs, onions, tomatoes, whole & ground spices, and herbs.

You’re Doing “Indian Food” Wrong

Saisree Kumar, Features Editor January 7, 2023

A popular trend that's taken over my “For-You” page recently has been Indian food virgins rating Indian food, and so far, I have not seen a single positive TikTok. It seems odd that there isn't one,...

“When it comes to subjective offenses like disturbance or disobedience vs. objective infractions like tardiness or truancy, minority students are more likely than White students to be referred for disciplinary action.”

Do the Crime, Pay the Time: Privelege and Punishment

Saisree Kumar, Features & Insights Editor November 14, 2022

In 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the first federal hate crimes statute that stated it was a crime “to use, or threaten to use, force to willfully interfere with any person because of race,...

Local issues are known to spur tension in a community that votes fairly homogeneously in national elections.

Your Future, Your Ballot

Hannah Cohen, Editor-in-chief October 24, 2022

Even if you can’t vote, knowing what issues your community is deciding not only is important for its effect on your future but also for being a well-informed resident of Colorado. Here is a selection...

Apocalypse, situated on Pearl St., is a popular, but expensive, thrift shop in Boulder. Although it’s location is great, the price seems to be a huge turn-off.

Boulder’s Thrifting Chronicles

Madelyn Barnes, Staff Writer September 25, 2022

Thrifting is a cheap, eco-friendly and accessible way for many people to buy products, making it trendy in today's community. The appeal of thrifting, according to Juliana Park ‘24, is “how good it...

The sizable agnostic population in Boulder tends to foster an apathetic culture surrounding religion, and this ignorance ostracizes believers and drives further polarization.

Even When it’s Painful, Pay Attention to Faith

Leah Frankel and Hannah Cohen August 15, 2022

Boulder is a decidedly agnostic place. While spiritual, the city lacks the same religious intensity that is prominent across its politics, culture, and societal structure. In this little microcosm, it’s...

Months before the election, Boulder residents prominently displayed their support for City Council Candidates.

Local Elections ’21

Hannah Cohen, Opinions Editor February 3, 2022

Local elections are often the most forgotten exercises of democracy, especially when they occur in off-years, and require a good understanding of ballot language to read. However, they are perhaps more...

An encampment on the intersection of Arapahoe Ave. & Folsom St.

The Homeless in Boulder

Saisree Kumar, Features Editor January 7, 2022

There are an estimated 580,466 homeless people (2020) nationwide because of the lack of affordable housing, unemployment, poverty, mental illness, the lack of needed services, and the substance abuse that...

Due to Boulders increased rate of fentanyl-related deaths, Colorados Good Samaritan laws, which let people have some immunity from substance laws when reporting on overdoses, have never been more relevant.

The Bodacious Boulder Bubble

Calvin Boykoff, Staff writer December 17, 2020

Boulder is, has always been and will always be the best place to live. In fact, it has even been named the best place to live in Colorado (according to  Unshockingly, Boulder has been...

We tried the French toast from six iconic Boulder restaurants and rated their presentation and taste, averaging the two to determine the overall score.

Best French Toast in Town? So Glad You Asked

Elliote Muir, Editor-in-Chief November 18, 2020

Five months into quarantine, I was thoroughly bored with my family’s cooking and needed to broaden my food horizons. Before the pandemic, eating out was second nature and grabbing to-go from my favorite...

On Nov. 6, Boulder County will move into Level 3: Safer at Home.

Boulder Moves Into Level Three: Safer at Home

Gracie Lee, Staff writer November 12, 2020

On Friday, Nov. 6, Boulder County will move into Level Orange: Safer at Home. The transition comes after health officials saw a large surge in COVID-19 cases in October.  Safer At Home, the third of...

Chautauqua open space and hiking trails offer many Boulderites a perfect location for forest bathing!

Forest Bathing: a New Approach to the Outdoors

Amelia Chapman, Staff writer November 10, 2020

Most Boulderites are familiar with the outdoors. It is not uncommon to be an avid trail runner or to have hiked multiple fourteeners. But a new approach to the outdoors, forest bathing, strays from the...

A display of pottery along with hand sanitizer in Willi Eggermans studio.

How Local Artists are Taking 2020 in Stride

Hannah Cohen, Staff writer November 10, 2020

Open Studios, the annual fall event where local artists open their studios to the public, has fallen victim to 2020. The loss of this major money-making and publicity occasion has forced artists to think...

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