Alleged rape victim asks for review of case

March 6, 2007

9news.com posted by: Jeffrey Wolf , Web Producer written by: Amy Herdy , Investigative Producer reported by: Paula Woodward , 9Wants to Know Investigative Reporter and Nicole Vap , Executive Producer Investigative KUSA – A (Read More)

Ritter listens, but no funding promise

March 6, 2007

College students from around state want extra $2.8M for higher ed By Brittany Anas Ryan Biehle, a University of Colorado sophomore, speaks at a news conference Monday afternoon at the state Capitol about increasing money (Read More)

Review of rape claims sought

March 6, 2007

By Amy Herdy 9 News Ex-CU football coach Gary Barnett knew of January 2001 probe, says man accused. (The Denver Post)An Aurora woman who says she was raped seven years ago by a then-University of (Read More)

Animal toll halts firm’s use of CU labs

March 6, 2007

By Chris Frates Denver Post Staff Writer The University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center has stopped a practice that allowed a private company to train its salespeople to use new medical devices (Read More)

Ritter chimes in at son’s rally

March 6, 2007

By Jennifer Brown Denver Post Staff Writer August Ritter, 20, a Colorado State Uni- versity student, helped organize the Capitol rally. (The Denver Post)The governor doesn’t show up at the microphone every time a lobbying (Read More)

the ugly truth

March 6, 2007

Dove ads can t wash away humans innate draw to good looks By CAROL McGRAW THE GAZETTE Is plain and chunky the new beautiful? The signs seem promising: c ABC s Ugly Betty has become (Read More)

Disen-frat-chised?

March 5, 2007

By PAULA PANT Colorado Daily Staff Writer The very existence of three campus buildings lies in the balance. CU student government (UCSU) leaders last week debated a bill that, if passed, would shut down the (Read More)

To track city s growth, follow the lights

March 5, 2007

By BILL VOGRIN – THE GAZETTE From their Rockrimmon home, Bill and Shirley Lehman have watched Colorado Springs grow from a quiet military/tourist town into a booming, more diverse city. The size of the city (Read More)

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