But in Colorado, where the state has enacted a Taxpayer Bill of Rights that requires all tax hikes to pass a popular vote, anti-tax sentiment runs deep. Thad Tecza, a professor at the University of Colorado, said that history, combined with conservatives...
 
While it's tempting to assume that tuition-free public colleges would solve our higher education problems overnight, merely moving resources around is no panacea for rising costs and low rates of student success.
 
If home is where the heart is, then for 28-year-old Derek Enns, you'll find both in an unlikely neighborhood off of East Colfax. "What I see with this population is a lot of resilience," CU-Denver student Enns said.
 
The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado is planning for two new master's degree programs: one in supply chain management, and the other in real estate.
 
No new buildings have risen around Memorial Hospital's main campus off Boulder Street. The number of patients coming through its doors this year mostly flatlined. But a year after Denver-based University of Colorado Health signed a 40-year lease to...
 
CU's Technology Transfer Office has completed an agreement with Solid Power LLC — a CU-Boulder spinoff company founded by Se-Hee Lee and Conrad Stoldt, both associate professors of mechanical engineering — for the development and commercialization of...
 
Student leaders and activists at the University of Colorado are patrolling campus bathrooms -- looking for restrooms that don't meet handicap accessibility codes and taking note of buildings that they don't think have adequate offerings of...
 
"In order to become a young professional, you need to be educated, you need to have a skill set essentially, and I think that the military doesn't necessarily provide that," said Dr. Phil Morris, director of the Office of Veteran and...
 
The recent publication of salaries and pay raises at the University of Colorado was enough to gag a maggot. Yet, these costs are not intrinsically a partisan issue. Solid Republican states like Wyoming and Oklahoma funnel huge wads of cash to their state...
 
Soot sent into the air during the rapid industrialization period in Europe likely caused the abrupt retreat of Alps mountain glaciers, according to new research involving the University of Colorado.

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