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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

January 29, 2007

Here is a weekly summary of local business news covering Jan. 20-26. ECONOMIST STICKS TO FORECAST: Tucker Hart Adams says a national recession is on the horizon and Colorado Springs won t escape its effects. (Read More)

2007 UCCS Math Olympiad Draws Near

January 29, 2007

The Colorado Mathematical Olympiad, the largest essay-type mathematical competition in the United States, is set for April 20 at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Founded 23 years ago and chaired since 1984 by (Read More)

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