Students vigilant after series of crimes near CU

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BOULDER, Colo. -- After a recent attempted robbery and sex assault at the University of Colorado at Boulder campus, students are vigilant as police investigate.

The most recent crime happened Saturday near the Regent Administrative building.

CU police said that two suspects approached the victim and demanded money. One of them had a knife.

The victim refused and fought with the men and was cut on the arm, police said.

The attackers left without any money.

CU administrators have cautioned students to be aware of their surroundings.

More than a week ago, authorities say a student was hurt near the Broadway underpass, after a confrontation with 2 men, possibly students.

Students FOX31 Denver talked to say they feel safe on campus and notice a strong law enforcement presence.