As part of what's termed their "guiding principles," the Regents serving the University of Colorado call on the institution to "respect diversity in all of its forms, including diversity of political, geographic, cultural, intellectual and philosophical perspectives." Is CU accomplishing these goal ... More >>
The Colorado Legislature is once again tackling the issue of tuition for the children of illegal immigrants, and yesterday, CU's Board of Regents voted 5-4 to support Colorado ASSET, with Republican Regent Tillie Bishop joining the Democrats. The vote came after much passionate discussion -- ... More >>
How much of a distraction has embattled Professor Ward Churchill been to folks at the University of Colorado-Boulder? A June 6 press release sent out by Michelle McKinney, director of communications for CU president Hank Brown, offers a clue.
The move to Fitzsimons was supposed to send CU's Health Sciences Center sailing into the 21st century. So why are so many doctors jumping ship?
The Zephyr has weathered life on Colfax for 56 years. But can it withstand the march of progress?
The feisty Congress Park neighborhood may have met its match in a new developer.
A sex-harassment case against a former chancellor breaks CU's code of silence.
Power, politics and patronage--three reasons why CU's "zero tolerance" sexual-harassment policy could be one big nothing.