Capitol CU-friendly?

January 10, 2007

President Brown hopes for fairness in new administration By Brittany Anas Wednesday, January 10, 2007 Capitol Hill is starting to look like a class reunion for University of Colorado law school alumni. Gov. Bill Ritter (Read More)

Martian landing in city

January 9, 2007

CU, Southwest Research Institute are finalists for $475 million mission By Todd Neff Tuesday, January 9, 2007 Someone in Boulder will lead a $475 million mission to study the Martian atmosphere, climate and potential habitability, (Read More)

Hasta la vista, Guv

January 9, 2007

Owens departs, having done some good in the Capitol Bill Owens will find himself officially out of his old job today. And as the former governor heads off to new pastures, it’s fitting to make (Read More)

Democrats take the reins

January 9, 2007

Renewable energy, health care, education on agenda By Ryan Morgan Tuesday, January 9, 2007 When lawmakers begin the 2007 legislative session Wednesday, it’ll mark the first time in more than four decades that Democrats have (Read More)

Financial aid window open

January 5, 2007

Group advises filling out applications as soon as possible By Brittany Anas Friday, January 5, 2007 Financial Resources The federal government’s Web site; fill out and file your FAFSA there 1-800-4-FEDAID The federal government’s (Read More)

Business backs colleges

January 4, 2007

Report says Colorado ranks No. 49 for state funding By Brittany Anas Thursday, January 4, 2007 Colorado is becoming less competitive in the global economy because the state is starving its higher education system, says (Read More)

CU may hire diversity chief

January 2, 2007

Provost will decide later this month whether to elevate to vice chancellor By Brittany Anas Tuesday, January 2, 2007 The University of Colorado may hire a high-level administrator to focus on diversity issues at the (Read More)

Undoing absurdity

January 2, 2007

Fixing new ethics law should not prove onerous On Thursday, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers confirmed the worst fears of some opponents of Amendment 41, the new ethics law approved by voters in November. The (Read More)

Magazine honors CU A.D. Bohn

December 27, 2006

Mile High Sports says he “changed culture” at Colorado Camera Staff report Wednesday, December 27, 2006 When he took over as Colorado’s athletic director less than two years ago, Mike Bohn faced a monumental task (Read More)

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