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)

Lawmakers try to clarify ethics rules

February 7, 2007

The Associated Press DENVER Politics burst into the confusion surrounding Colorado s tough new ethics rules Wednesday, with Republicans challenging Democratic Gov. Bill Ritter to come out of hiding and Ritter s spokesman accusing the (Read More)

Amend. 41 a partisan gift

February 7, 2007

POSTURING SWIRLS AROUND “FIX” By Karen E. Crummy Denver Post Staff Writer State lawmakers are expected to unveil a bill in the next few days that seeks to curtail the unintended consequences of Amendment 41. (Read More)

People on the move, 2/7

February 7, 2007

By The Denver Post Staff Denver Post MARKETING SCIENCE INSTITUTE: Named assistant professor Peter McGraw of the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Leeds School of Business as one of the nation’s top young scholars. THE (Read More)

Bradley’s success is showing

February 7, 2007

By John Henderson Denver Post Staff Writer If you happen to see Colorado Springs’ Ryan Bradley at the Four Continents Championships in Colorado Springs this week, don’t be surprised if he sees you and smiles. (Read More)

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