22 lawmakers urging diversity audit

February 8, 2007

The number of legislators calling for a state audit of the University of Colorado’s diversity programs has grown to 22. Sparking the call from the GOP lawmakers are figures released last year by CU showing (Read More)

Activists press anti-Sudan campaign

February 8, 2007

By Aldo Svaldi Denver Post Staff Writer Denver Post Colorado’s legislative effort to bar public pension plans from investing in companies that invest in Sudan could pressure mutual funds and individual investors such as Warren (Read More)

Adapt for climate change, paper urges

February 8, 2007

The global-warming battle needs to be accompanied by better responses to normal climate variation, a CU scientist says. By Katy Human Denver Post Staff Writer Denver Post In the face of global warming triggered by (Read More)

House panel backs Sudan divestment bill

February 8, 2007

By David Montero, Rocky Mountain News February 8, 2007 Lado Jurkin, a refugee from Sudan, wiped away the tears with his necktie, grateful that another step was being taken toward trying to halt the genocide (Read More)

Gift ban spurs rural fallout

February 8, 2007

Officials quitting in fear kids might lose scholarships By April M. Washington, Rocky Mountain News February 8, 2007 Rural elected officials are quitting over a controversial new ethics law they fear may keep their children (Read More)

State education commissioner resigns

February 8, 2007

By Rocky Mountain News February 8, 2007 Colorado Education Commissioner William Moloney resigned this morning at a meeting of the state Board of Education. He will leave the job June 30. Moloney, who has been (Read More)

Bill tackles ethics law woes

February 8, 2007

Amendment 41 fix proposed amid political storm By Myung Oak Kim, Rocky Mountain News February 8, 2007 Children of government employees could accept scholarships and lobbyists could socialize with public officials under a bill that (Read More)

Stuck on financial aid? Help is here

February 8, 2007

Organizations join forces, offer advice By BRIAN NEWSOME THE GAZETTE Applying for federal financial aid to go to college can be as daunting as filing income taxes, complete with a list of forms, lots of (Read More)

A University Without Physics and Philosophy?

February 7, 2007

Is a university without philosophy and physics really a university? That s the underlying question that faculty critics at Indiana State University are asking in the wake of a recommendation by the institution s provost (Read More)

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