Revitalizing higher ed

January 27, 2007

State has opportunity to put it ‘in the queue’ By Stephen Jordan January 27, 2007 With a new governor and a new slate of legislators now in office, Colorado is poised to address – meaningfully (Read More)

Ritter speaks in Springs

January 27, 2007

Talks of boosting funding for roads By SARAH COLWELL THE GAZETTE Speaking at the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce annual dinner, Gov. Bill Ritter said Friday he is taking economic development very seriously during (Read More)

Cash-stuffed Buffs

January 26, 2007

Foundation shows it’s got game with big investment returns By James Paton, Rocky Mountain News January 26, 2007 The University of Colorado’s football team flopped, but its fundraising group had a strong year, posting an (Read More)

Holiday fund tops $969,000

January 26, 2007

Amount beats goal by $120,000 and is $150,000 more than raised in 05 By JENNIFER WILSON THE GAZETTE Car accident victims. Recovering drug addicts. Struggling single parents. Elderly folks with health problems. They needed help, (Read More)

UCCS gets office building for $1 a year

January 26, 2007

By BRIAN NEWSOME THE GAZETTE A 144,000-square-foot office building on North Nevada Avenue will be leased to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs for $1 a year. LeRoy Landhuis, owner of the former location (Read More)

Easing Athletes Academic Path

January 25, 2007

Like many major American universities, the University of Minnesota has on multiple occasions been forced to confront the tension that exists between its grand (if not grandiose) academic ambitions and its desire to compete at (Read More)

Discovering the Surface of Greenland

January 25, 2007

A new technique provides clearer pictures of massive ice sheets–and better insight into future sea-level increases. By David Talbot Greenland holds enough water to raise global sea levels seven meters, and southern Greenland is already (Read More)

Obituaries

January 25, 2007

January 25, 2007 DORIS WEBSTER HAVICE Professor Emerita Doris Webster Havice of religious studies at CU-Boulder died on Jan. 8 in Boulder. She was 99. Dr. Havice was born on June 19, 1907, in Berkeley, (Read More)

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