Digging Deeper Into Lender Profits

January 10, 2007

From the moment it became clear that Democrats would control the 110th Congress, it was assumed that banks and other entities in the guaranteed student loan industry could have a tough time with the new (Read More)

Higher Education Act May Finally See Action

January 10, 2007

Congress could use reauthorization to push teacher provisions. By Alyson Klein Teacher-quality programs could get extra attention and resources when Congress finally tackles the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, a piece of unfinished business (Read More)

A MESSAGE OF HOPE AND UNITY

January 10, 2007

The state s new first lady, Jeannie Ritter, was the first to congratulate her husband, Bill, at the end of his inaugural ceremony Tuesday on the steps of the state Capitol in Denver. Bill Ritter (Read More)

Eldon Lloyd Stevens, Ph.D.

January 9, 2007

Eldon L. Stevens, emeritus professor of Philosophy at the Air Force Academy and UCCS died on December 28, 2006 after a valiant battle with cancer. Eldon was born June 17, 1920, the second oldest of (Read More)

Democrats take the reins

January 9, 2007

Renewable energy, health care, education on agenda By Ryan Morgan Tuesday, January 9, 2007 When lawmakers begin the 2007 legislative session Wednesday, it’ll mark the first time in more than four decades that Democrats have (Read More)

Hasta la vista, Guv

January 9, 2007

Owens departs, having done some good in the Capitol Bill Owens will find himself officially out of his old job today. And as the former governor heads off to new pastures, it’s fitting to make (Read More)

Martian landing in city

January 9, 2007

CU, Southwest Research Institute are finalists for $475 million mission By Todd Neff Tuesday, January 9, 2007 Someone in Boulder will lead a $475 million mission to study the Martian atmosphere, climate and potential habitability, (Read More)

Teams seek Mars deal

January 9, 2007

2 Boulder finalists vie to build craft to study atmosphere By Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News January 9, 2007 Two Boulder science teams will vie for the contract to build a $475 million NASA spacecraft (Read More)

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