City defends “dangerous” bike lanes

The Trails and Open Space Coalition is calling out the city for installing “confusing, frightening, and dangerous” bike lanes on Austin Bluffs Boulevard near the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

Friends remember ‘wickedly smart’ CU-Boulder student fatally shot by police

Friends of Samuel Forgy, the University of Colorado student shot and killed by a Boulder police officer, described the applied mathematics major Wednesday as an extremely smart and funny person — and expressed shock at the violent circumstances surrounding his death.

Is Monument becoming the figure skating capital of Colorado?

By Danny Summers / dannysummers@yourpeaknews.com If you want to sneak peak at what the 2018 U.S. men’s and women’s Winter Olympics figure skating teams could look like, venture over to the Colorado Sports Center in Monument and gaze out onto the ice. Training there most days, you will find current U.S Men’s National champion...

Endowed chair celebrated Sunday

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An event to celebrate the legacy of a Colorado Springs health care visionary is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2 at the Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences on the campus of UCCS.

Theater Shootings: Parents’ conversations with kids

"Answer directly and honestly without being frightening. Say someone hurt someone in the theater, but you are safe. Tell them it's your job to keep them safe, and they can trust you. Tell them it's rare, but this happens," said Erin Fowler, a clinical therapist at UCCS.

UNK TO GRADUATE 244 AT FRIDAY SUMMER COMMENCEMENT

Following two years of teaching at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Marilyn Hadley became professor of educational psychology and served as director of the Educational Research and Service Center during her 13 years at the University of South Dakota.

World Youth Goal ball Championships

The United States Association of Blind Athletes is hosting their world youth goal ball championships at UCCS. July 28th-31st.

Colorado actor on the rise: Ben Bonenfant

UCCS Alum Ben Bonenfant's parents relocated to Colorado Springs from Maine when he was nine. After graduating from St. Mary's High School, he enrolled in the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs theater program.

Business community has been ‘like family’ to longtime Colorado Springs economic development official

The Colorado Springs Gazette mentioned UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak in an article about Julie Boswell of the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance.

Colorado Woman invited to the White House

Evergreen CO woman Megan Bomgaars is going to meet with First Lady Michelle Obama. Megan plans on attending UCCS.


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