Campus security

January 20, 2015

KRDO broadcast about increasing campus security and interviewed Brian McPike, chief of the UCCS Police Department. (Read More)

A Balancing Act: Single Parenting And Dating

October 17, 2014

KNPR hosts a discussion on the findings of a UNLV study that single parents dating life varies little from that of singles with out children. Michelle Escasa-Dorne UCCS Professor of Anthropology was brought on as an expert. (Read More)

2 By 2 and 2x4s: The Building Of Noah’s Arks

October 3, 2013

There are just about 30 days — and 30 nights — left in South Florida’s rainy season. That will not deter a monumental building task being attempted by a group of people near Miami. The Hidden Ark project was originally planned for a 5-acre spot just outside Hialeah, Fla., not far from the Everglades. In the spring, builders worked to create a one-tenth of a full-scale Noah’s ark — imagine a 150-foot-long bathtub made of wood. (Read More)

An Interview With GOCA Curator Daisy McConnell

August 2, 2013

By NOEL BLACK The Galleries of Contemporary Art at UCCS open a new show called “Visual Environments” tonight, Friday, August 2 at their downtown gallery featuring the work of Pattie Lee Becker and Suchitra Mattai (see images below). A (Read More)

Update on Boston Bombings Investigation

April 19, 2013

GUESTS:  Kevin Cullen, Emma Gilligan, Terry Boult As events unfold in Boston, we’ll explore the bombing investigation from three perspectives. We’ll start off with Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen who has been writing about the (Read More)

Sally Ride’s Vision for the Future of Science

July 24, 2012

By Craig Richardson On July 24, 2012 [audio:|titles=Sally Ride] Sally Ride, America’s first woman astronaut communitcates with ground controllers from the flight deck during the six day mission of the Challenger. National Aeronautics and Space (Read More)

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