Cech out of running for top Harvard job

February 1, 2007

Nobel Prize-winning biochemist Tom Cech has withdrawn his name for consideration for the presidency of Harvard University, Cech said Wednesday from his laboratory at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Cech, whose name had been (Read More)

Fix it yourself, backers of 41 told

February 1, 2007

It’s unconstitutional for leaders to alter the amendment limiting gifts, Sen. Peter Groff says. Others argue tweaks are OK. By Chris Frates and Jeri Clausing Denver Post Staff Writers A leading state senator said Wednesday (Read More)

Some soaps, lotions enlarge boys’ breasts

February 1, 2007

By Jeff Donn The Associated Press Denver Post Boston – Lavender and tea tree oils found in some shampoos, soaps and lotions can temporarily leave boys with enlarged breasts in rare cases, apparently by disrupting (Read More)

Scholarship group may challenge ethics law

February 1, 2007

Foundation wants to ensure students aren’t disqualified By Myung Oak Kim, Rocky Mountain News February 1, 2007 The Boettcher Foundation is considering a legal challenge to a controversial new ethics law that might disqualify some (Read More)

OUR VIEW

February 1, 2007

Stocking up Charity drive a smashing success About half way through this year s Empty Stocking Fund charity drive, things weren t looking very good. Nasty winter weather and other factors seemed to be putting (Read More)

SGA pushing new mascot: UCD

January 31, 2007

Ralphie’s days as UCD’s mascot might now be numbered if Student Government is able to push through its proposal to change the mascot. Justin Breuer The Student Government Association (SGA) launched the beginnings of a (Read More)

How can collegians shoulder their debt?

January 31, 2007

By Mary Beth Marklein and Ryan Holeywell, USA TODAY Yes, college tuition is increasing faster than inflation. And yes, the College Board recently reported that college graduates on average enter the real world with student (Read More)

Accord on Increasing Pell Grants

January 31, 2007

By DIANA JEAN SCHEMO Published: January 31, 2007 WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 The maximum federal grant for middle- and low-income students to attend college would increase for the first time in four years under a catchall (Read More)

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