ICSF Chair steps down

January 30, 2007

By PAULA PANT Colorado Daily Staff Writer The chairman of the student government group representing all four CU campuses will step down effective Feb. 9. His second-in-line, Rebekah Griffith, will take his place. Bill Simmons (Read More)

Assault’s aftermath

January 30, 2007

By RACHEL BERNS Colorado Daily Staff For many CU students, Boulder is a bubble. All they know is the world that surrounds them – school, skiing and partying. They may suffer minor consequences such as (Read More)

Measure seeks to aid CU health sciences

January 30, 2007

By Berny Morson, Rocky Mountain News January 30, 2007 Top legislative leaders are trying to steer $10 million to the University of Colorado’s health science center to counter debilitating funding cuts during the early years (Read More)

Spacecraft will hunt for planets

January 29, 2007

Telescope plan rejected 4 times before approval By Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News January 29, 2007 BOULDER – William Borucki wasn’t sure he’d live to see his dream mission, the planet-hunting Kepler telescope, make it (Read More)

Condition of injured CU student worsens

January 29, 2007

By Julie Poppen, Rocky Mountain News January 29, 2007 A University of Colorado junior is fighting for his life at a New York hospital after being savagely attacked – possibly with a bat or brick (Read More)

Severing genocide’s lifeline

January 29, 2007

By Diane Carman Denver Post Staff Columnist In Darfur, government and rebel groups continue the slaughter unabated, people are suffering as disease ravages the refugee camps, and on Monday Médecins du Monde of France withdrew (Read More)

Brown says CU cuts threaten its standing

January 29, 2007

University of Colorado president Hank Brown and Health Sciences Center chancellor Roy Wilson said Monday that CU’s medical school could lose its national reputation or be forced to privatize unless the legislature restores $24 million (Read More)

Springs seeks to rewrite ethics code

January 29, 2007

January 29, 2007 Plan is to replace Amendment 41 By PAM ZUBECK THE GAZETTE Firefighters can t ask residents to fill the boot for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Police officers can t solicit money to (Read More)

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