Katelyn Geddes

Katelyn Geddes

Staff Writer

CU Boulder
How to Stuff Your Drunk Face for Under $5 on The Hill

Here are five places you can “stuff your face” for under $5 in one of the most overpriced college towns in the entire country!

7 Struggles Every Buff Has Experienced at the Rec

The pressure to be beautiful inevitably leads you here, where strange things happen to masculinity and even stranger things happen to your self-confidence.

The 5 Cruel and Unusual Punishments of CU Housing and Dining

Why does everything close over the weekend? To them you just stop existing Friday night at 11:59 p.m. You’re on your own ‘till Monday. Tough luck, little Buffs.

The 5 Worst Places in Boulder to Take Your Valentine

As Valentine’s Day approaches, you’re probably looking for places to take your special someone. Treat her right, and don't take her to any of these places.

Freshman Reviews of the New C4C

The addition of a new, C4C sized dining hall at the beginning of this semester was long awaited by the poor, displaced residents of Will Vill.

The 7 Most Annoying Questions All CU Students Get Bombarded With During Break

What's it like with all the marijuana there? Are you a socialist yet? Why don't you have a boyfriend?

The 5 Best Places to Have a Mental Breakdown at Norlin

With finals week approaching, you may feel an increasing emotional buildup of stress. Thus, here are the 5 best places in Norlin to lose your shit.

CU Buildings as Sex Positions

Have you ever been strolling through campus, admiring the beautiful and unique architecture of CU, when you began to think of what sex positions your favorite CU buildings would be? No? You’ve never had that thought? Well, we did, and here they are: C4C – Missionary: When you go to the C4C for the very […]

10 Things You Miss From Home More Than Your Parents

The semester is almost over, and honestly, we thought by now we’d miss our parents a whole lot more than we do by now.

5 Reasons to be Thankful You Don’t Go To CSU

CSU looks like a sad little community college, in the middle of a red-neck town that pretty much just radiates boredom and despair.