Huge IPEDS Lives

February 19, 2007

The U.S. Education Department is quietly moving ahead with plans to significantly expand the information and data it collects from colleges each year through an online survey including an entirely new section that would require (Read More)

Following voter wishes

February 18, 2007

Senate bill takes proper approach to 41 February 18, 2007 Round One of “what does Amendment 41 really do?” opened finally at the legislature last week. The good news is that Senate Bill 188, by (Read More)

Slow progress for state higher ed funds

February 18, 2007

The modest funding agreement for next year underscores the need to develop a new revenue source if Colorado is to catch up to other states. By The Denver Post Article Last Updated: 02/18/2007 09:52:55 PM (Read More)

Loss ends hopes for playoffs

February 18, 2007

By SORAYA NADIA McDONALD THE GAZETTE A 63-53 loss to Colorado School of the Mines women s basketball team destroyed the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs chances for a spot in the conference playoffs (Read More)

UCCS loses 7th straight

February 18, 2007

By SORAYA NADIA McDONALD THE GAZETTE With leading scorer Patrick Hannaway hampered by a sprained ankle and No. 2 scorer Nic Fuller slowed by the flu, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men s (Read More)

Colleges agree on funding

February 17, 2007

Schools’ budgets would increase by the same percentages By Brittany Anas Saturday, February 17, 2007 HIGHER ED FUNDING SPLIT Officials from the state’s colleges and universities have agreed to split up extra money in the (Read More)

Minimum wage s maximum impact

February 16, 2007

Law negatively affecting bottom lines Joan Johnson February 16, 2007 With a minimum wage adjusted for inflation based on the Denver-Boulder-Greeley consumer price index, within a decade a teenager could be earning a minimum wage (Read More)

Feds do their best to perpetuate myth

February 16, 2007

Every day, new peer-reviewed articles provide scientific support for what medical marijuana users know from their own personal experience. The latest publication, from a leading HIV researcher, confirms that smoked marijuana significantly reduces pain associated (Read More)

Provost to take next step

February 16, 2007

Rallo chosen as president of private Texas University K.C. Vetter Dr. Joseph Rallo, provost and academic vice president at Western Illinois University, has been named the fourth president of Angelo State University in San Angelo, (Read More)

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