CU teacher catches flak for essay on supremacy

February 23, 2007

Joshua McNair’s work won prize from white supremacists. By Berny Morson, Rocky Mountain News February 23, 2007 The Anti-Defamation League on Thursday condemned a white supremacist essay attributed to a composition instructor at the University (Read More)

City hospitals trying to avoid emergency rush

February 23, 2007

By Karen Augé Denver Post Staff Writer Denver Post Article Last Updated:02/23/2007 01:33:49 AM MST With four Denver hospitals planning moves to the suburbs, city and health care leaders are growing nervous the four remaining (Read More)

Looking for Big Ideas

February 23, 2007

The U.S. Education Department is looking for the next big ideas in student aid with a strong emphasis on promoting simplicity of programs and reaching students in their pre-college years. Senior department officials invited about (Read More)

A Defense of Standardized Tests

February 23, 2007

The last year hasn t been a good one for the standardized testing industry, what with SAT scoring errors and more colleges dropping the test as a requirement. But on Thursday, the journal Science published (Read More)

Fake phone calls being made for UCCS

February 22, 2007

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is warning that its name is being used in a scam. The UCCS Department of Public Safety reports that local residents have received phone calls asking residents to (Read More)

Adding name recognition

February 22, 2007

Locally owned Manitou Springs motel rebuilds rooms, image By SARAH COLWELL THE GAZETTE Amotel on Manitou Springs east side has shed its mom-and-pop image and taken on a new look and name as The Comfort (Read More)

CU signs carbon-neutrality promise

February 22, 2007

By PAULA PANT Colorado Daily Staff Writer Take a deep, unpolluted breath, and let out a sigh of relief. CU-Boulder signed a commitment to become carbon-neutral, Boulder Chancellor Bud Peterson announced at the opening of (Read More)

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