Politician brings energy to CU

February 21, 2007

Renewable energy advocate thinks world must change current system By Dan Ray, For the Camera Most of the energy used for heat, light and transportation is extracted from the earth, transported to large distribution sites, (Read More)

Legislature wrap-up

February 21, 2007

T Tobacco-cash plan OK’d Senators approved diverting $34 million from tobacco-settlement money Tuesday into health-care programs and the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. On a 25-10 vote, the Senate passed SB97 by Senate President (Read More)

Housing solicitations a scam

February 20, 2007

Random telephone solicitations to house foreign students from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs appear to be a scam, school officials said Monday. The callers claim to be working on behalf of the university, (Read More)

It’s a foursome

February 20, 2007

By RICHARD VALENTY Colorado Daily Staff Writer An old saying goes, Two heads are better than one, but Colorado has decided to take the two heads and multiply them exponentially when it comes to pursuing (Read More)

CU may expand research park

February 20, 2007

By PAULA PANT Colorado Daily Staff Writer Tuesday, February 20, 2007 9:45 PM MST CU-Boulder might double the density of its research park, possibly adding four million square feet of new construction that will convert (Read More)

CU minorities feel isolated, some say

February 20, 2007

Forum speakers see lack of concern among whites By Berny Morson, Rocky Mountain News February 20, 2007 BOULDER – Minority students continue to feel like outsiders on the University of Colorado campus, speakers at a (Read More)

Campos: The right’s Ward Churchill

February 20, 2007

February 20, 2007 Murder is the premeditated unlawful killing of a human being. Glenn Reynolds, the well-known University of Tennessee law professor who authors one of the Internet’s most popular blogs, recently advocated the murder (Read More)

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