AREA COLLEGES ROUNDUP

February 11, 2007

Air Force tennis wins 3rd straight NEWS SERVICES The Air Force men s tennis team won its third consecutive match, defeating Montana State 5-2 Saturday at the Academy. The freshman duo of Brett Rodgers and (Read More)

This week s Top 10

February 11, 2007

Publication: The Colorado Springs Gazette; Date:2007 Feb 11; Section:Sports; Page Number: 31 10 Preps has state girls swimming, hockey s first-round playoffs and quarterfinals, and the end of league basketball play followed by Selection Sunday (Read More)

UCCS falls against Metro State

February 10, 2007

ROUNDUP UCCS falls against Metro State NEWS SERVICES Tonya Tripp scored 14 points and Emily Jenkins grabbed a game-high eight rebounds but UCCS fell behind early and never recovered in an 85-50 loss to Metro (Read More)

What barriers are in society?

February 10, 2007

4 professors will tackle what privilege means By PERRY SWANSON THE GAZETTE Historian and college professor Christina Jiménez faces plenty of barriers when she visits Mexico to do research. Being a woman can be a (Read More)

41 under siege

February 9, 2007

Constitutional arguments against it may have merit February 9, 2007 It’s been many years since any ballot issue has roiled Colorado as much as Amendment 41. Not since the passage in 1992 of Amendment 1 (Read More)

CU aide returns to Boise State

February 9, 2007

Strausser cites family; Buffaloes are hoping for smooth transition By B.G. Brooks, Rocky Mountain News February 9, 2007 BOULDER – University of Colorado football coach Dan Hawkins has lost his first assistant – to their (Read More)

After UNC Objects, State Colleges Pick New Plan

February 9, 2007

By Colleen Slevin, AP Writer (AP) DENVER State colleges and universities backed a preliminary plan to share any budget increase equally Thursday after the University of Northern Colorado objected to an earlier proposal that would (Read More)

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