CU students dig up grading data

February 13, 2007

Web site adds twist to professor- rating service By Brittany Anas Tuesday, February 13, 2007 Rafer Hazen, a University of Colorado computer-science student, took up an extracurricular project last semester: organizing a gold mine of (Read More)

Ritter announces CCHE nominee

February 12, 2007

By JASON KOSENA JasonKosena@coloradoan.com Gov. Bill Ritter today announced James T. Polsfut of Arvada as his nominee to serve on the Colorado Commission on Higher Education. Polsfut will replace a vacancy created by Carrie Besnette (Read More)

Legislation planned to clarify Amendment 41

February 12, 2007

The Denver Business Journal – February 12, 2007 by Amy Fletcher A bipartisan group of legislators said Monday they plan to introduce legislation to address the “unintended consequences” of Amendment 41. The proposed legislation will (Read More)

529 plans becoming top savings option

February 12, 2007

By Kathy Chu, USA TODAY For years, as college costs have climbed to backbreaking levels, more families have begun socking money in tax-advantaged 529 savings plans. Now, as these 529 plans mark their 10th anniversary (Read More)

Grad students lobby in D.C.

February 12, 2007

By PAULA PANT Colorado Daily Staff Writer CU master’s candidate Katie Vahey worries student aid packages over-focus on undergraduate needs. So the religious studies student is flying to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to speak with (Read More)

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