Bravery, art and politics

January 6, 2007

By Stephen Gould One of the most controversial works of art in Denver in the past two decades has re-appeared – without a peep of protest. You’ve got to see the piece for yourself, (Read More)

Transforming higher education in Colorado

January 6, 2007

Colorado’s quality of life and economic prosperity depend on the transforming potential of its colleges and universities. Colorado policymakers and the statewide business community embrace a long-term vision for our state as a place of (Read More)

CU officials on a roll with fundraising

January 4, 2007

The school’s six-month tally of $54 million is on pace to break a 2000 donation record of $84.9 million. By John Ingold Denver Post Staff Writer University of Colorado fundraisers have rolled up more (Read More)

Fight looms over ethics tweaks

January 4, 2007

Legislators debating how to deal with Amendment 41 loopholes. Some are optimistic a deal can be reached, but others want the law, which cracks down on gifts to public officials, left alone. By Karen E. (Read More)

Higher ed needs statehouse attention

January 3, 2007

Colorado needs a Capitol consensus that a strong system of public colleges and universities is a cornerstone to the state’s growing economy. Article Last Updated: 01/03/2007 06:58:20 PM MST When state lawmakers return to the (Read More)

Higher ed in leaders’ eyes

January 1, 2007

Bruce Benson assists corporate effort to boost state funding of Colorado’s colleges. Benson and others, worried about universities’ national rankings, see something akin to the support they gave Ref. C. By Aldo Svaldi Denver Post (Read More)

Federal vs. state funding for local projects

December 28, 2006

Re: “’Earmarks’ for ‘07 projects erased; GOP-controlled Congress adjourns without passing most budget bills, hitting Colo. hard,” Dec. 26 news story. Rather than wail about Colorado being “hit hard” by the federal government not passing (Read More)

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