College students think they’re so special

February 27, 2007

College students think they’re so special Study finds alarming rise in narcissism, self-centeredness in Generation Me Janet Hamlin / AP A new study of college students concludes they are more self-centered than any generation in (Read More)

Are Today’s Students Too Self-Centered?

February 27, 2007

(AP) Today’s college students are more narcissistic and self-centered than their predecessors, according to a comprehensive new study by five psychologists who worry that the trend could be harmful to personal relationships and American society. (Read More)

Woman sues CU

February 27, 2007

By PAULA PANT Colorado Daily Staff Writer A woman is suing CU, the Board of Regents and Kaiser Foundation Health Plan (KFHP), alleging discrimination in her dismissal from a program required for her master’s degree. (Read More)

Transsexual Woman Alleges Discrimination

February 27, 2007

(AP) DENVER A transsexual woman filed a discrimination lawsuit Monday alleging she was unlawfully dismissed from an internship required for her master’s degree. Jennifer Anne Blair, 55, was dismissed from the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan (Read More)

Man gets sex charge in dormitory entry

February 27, 2007

A Boulder County man was arrested Friday for entering University of Colorado at Boulder residence halls, acting drunk and attempting to climb into bed with female students, police said. Police arrested Christopher Fredrick Ferguson, 20, (Read More)

Legislators eye radical reforms

February 27, 2007

The details are far from settled, but state lawmakers are starting to lay the foundation for what could be a total overhaul. By Jennifer Brown Denver Post Staff Writer Denver Post The enduring political divide (Read More)

CU documents diabetes rise in kids

February 27, 2007

By Karen Augé Denver Post Staff Writer Colorado has become the first state to document what doctors across the country have long feared but have not been able to explain: Type 1 diabetes is on (Read More)

Colorado Doctors Use Device To Repair Heart Defect

February 26, 2007 Kathy Walsh Reporting (CBS4) DENVER Doctors at the University of Colorado and The Veterans Administration Hospital are studying a device which could fix leaking heart valves, without open heart surgery. The device called a (Read More)

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