Monthly Archives: December 2015

Welcome them back with three full-color glossy editions

Nearly 30,000 CU-Boulder students will resume classes on Jan. 11. Many of them will be first-timers to CU and Boulder. And they bring millions of dollars of discretionary spending with them. The Colorado Daily’s Welcome Back editions – a three-part … Continue reading

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Let’s Bag Hunger and Daily Camera, a cornerstone of support for efforts to end hunger

For 31 years, Let’s Bag Hunger has been a cornerstone of support for our community’s efforts to end hunger.  Each year as we head into the colder months, our hearts are filled with gratitude and our warehouse is filled with … Continue reading

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Required reading for CU Winter Commencement

Saturday, Dec. 19 is graduation day at CU-Boulder. It’s also a great day to promote your message in the two most powerful media sources in Boulder Valley: the Colorado Daily and the Daily Camera’s Friday Magazine. Nearly 2,500 students will … Continue reading

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Meal on Wheels 10th annual Festival of Trees is biggest yet

Meals on Wheels of Boulder is presenting their 10th annual Festival of Trees raffle, and this one will be the biggest yet, with fifty stores and restaurants participating. Here’s how it works: Holiday trees are donated, decorated and displayed by … Continue reading

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Your bookworm friends will love this great, local story

Here’s a perfect stocking stuffer idea for your book-loving friends, with a local twist. The new book “Behind the Green Vest” delves into the story of local retail legend McGuckin Hardware, from roots in 18th-century immigrant builders and merchants, to … Continue reading

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