Boulder wrestling with violence

March 13, 2007

By Kieran Nicholson Denver Post Staff Writer University and city officials in Boulder expressed concern Monday about a recent outbreak of violence, including assaults that appear to be motivated by sexual orientation and race. Two (Read More)

Hate crimes tarnish Boulder’s reputation

March 13, 2007

Violent acts ‘will not be tolerated,’ city officials vow By Bill Scanlon, Rocky Mountain News March 13, 2007 BOULDER – Booze and biases are being blamed for an outbreak of violence bruising this town’s tolerant (Read More)

Encouraging Faculty Retirements

March 13, 2007

Colleges are increasingly offering tenured faculty members financial incentives to retire and creating programs in which professors can gradually shift from full-time to part-time to retirement, according to a report being released today by the (Read More)

Would U.S. News Make Up Fake Data?

March 12, 2007

It s not unusual for college presidents to complain about U.S. News rankings (at least out of the earshot of U.S. News editors). But on Sunday, the president of Sarah Lawrence College publicly charged that (Read More)

Faculty Salaries Up 3.8%

March 12, 2007

This academic year is featuring better raises for most faculty members than they received last year. Data being released today by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources show a 3.8 percent increase (Read More)

New CU Dining menu items about more than variety

March 12, 2007

Contributed by: David Wallace CU-Boulder Housing and Dining Services has recently added two exciting new items to its on-campus menus: environmental and social responsibility. This semester, the University of Colorado’s on-campus dining halls and Grab-n-Gos (Read More)

Stop the hate

March 12, 2007

By NICOLE DANNA Colorado Daily Staff Writer T he two CU-Boulder students who were arrested as suspects in a bias-motivated assault Sunday have been suspended pending a full hearing by the university’s office of Judicial (Read More)

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