UCCS happy to play higher seed

February 28, 2007

Team confident against Adams State By SORAYA NADIA McDONALD THE GAZETTE As the final buzzer signaled the end of their Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference season, Russ Caton and his men s basketball team were staring (Read More)

Hope for Down children

February 28, 2007

Birth of a Down child leads to a Rocky Mountain group helping teachers, parents By Karen Augé Denver Post Staff Writer Sophia Whitten, 3, sits amid classmates at the Fisher Early Learning Center at the (Read More)

Colorado trailing the IT revolution

February 28, 2007

Colorado’s decline to ninth in new economy index laid to inadequate higher-education funding By Roger Fillion, Rocky Mountain News February 28, 2007 Colorado remains one of the top 10 states adapting to the “new economy,” (Read More)

Theater owner guessed best

February 27, 2007

By ANDREW WINEKE THE GAZETTE Kimball Bayles, owner of Kimball s Twin Peak Theater, was as ruthless as Jack Nicholson in The Departed when he learned he d won the Gazette s annual experts Oscar (Read More)

College students think they’re so special

February 27, 2007

College students think they’re so special Study finds alarming rise in narcissism, self-centeredness in Generation Me Janet Hamlin / AP A new study of college students concludes they are more self-centered than any generation in (Read More)

Are Today’s Students Too Self-Centered?

February 27, 2007

(AP) Today’s college students are more narcissistic and self-centered than their predecessors, according to a comprehensive new study by five psychologists who worry that the trend could be harmful to personal relationships and American society. (Read More)

Woman sues CU

February 27, 2007

By PAULA PANT Colorado Daily Staff Writer A woman is suing CU, the Board of Regents and Kaiser Foundation Health Plan (KFHP), alleging discrimination in her dismissal from a program required for her master’s degree. (Read More)

Colorado Leaders Sign Renewable Energy Collaboratory Agreement

February 27, 2007

Boulder, Colorado [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Congressional, state and higher education leaders from four Colorado-based institutions will further the stronghold of renewable energy in the state through the recently signed Colorado Renewable Energy Collaboratory Agreement. The Colorado Renewable (Read More)

Transsexual Woman Alleges Discrimination

February 27, 2007

(AP) DENVER A transsexual woman filed a discrimination lawsuit Monday alleging she was unlawfully dismissed from an internship required for her master’s degree. Jennifer Anne Blair, 55, was dismissed from the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan (Read More)

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