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High debt can kill you, CU Denver study finds

The study, " Killer Debt: The Impact of Debt on Mortality" found that there was a negative statistical correlation between delinquent debt and health, as measured by mortality. It also found that...

Denver Business Journal

CU Boulder researchers help develop self-healing material that could lead to 'soft' robots

Today, we think of robots as rigid, clunky and metallic. But imagine a day in the future when robots are soft and human-like, with skin-like material covering muscles that move just like ours...

Daily Camera

In this age of tweets and emojis, a love of language persists

Kids just don't seem to care about the rules of writing anymore. Their schoolwork has gotten lazy, muddy and mediocre - or so lamented one Sumerian pedagogue (teacher, educator, scholar) some 4,...

The Gazette

Students study National Western Stock Show data

 It takes a tremendous amount of energy to put on the National Western Stock Show for the animals and thousands of visitors....


CU locks up Coach of the Year with MacIntyre contract extension

The University of Colorado announced Monday that they have reached an agreement on a contract extension with head football coach Mike MacItyre through the 2021 season.


‘4+1' program gives some CU Boulder students faster track to master's degree

Starting this semester, future teachers and school administrators can get a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in five years through a new program at the University of Colorado's Boulder...

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UCHealth opens urgent-care clinic in Thornton

UCHealth has converted a free-standing emergency room to an urgent-care clinic in Thornton at the corner of 136th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard.


Cybersecurity training program expands to Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is home to more than 100 cybersecurity companies, nonprofit organizations, military contractors and units specializing in cybersecurity, including the National Cybersecurity...

The Gazette

From Mars to Boulder, Bobby Braun brings cachet as new dean of CU’s college of engineering

For a good portion of his career, Bobby Braun has wrestled with the technological challenges of putting spacecraft on Mars. His landing in Boulder, where he’ll take over in January as dean of the...

The Denver Post

University of Colorado Hospital to offer new balloon capsule to boost weight loss

It sounds too good to be true, but doctors at the University of Colorado Hospital will soon offer the Obalon Balloon System in January after it received FDA approval in September. "We will be one...

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Study: E-Cigarette Use Before Surgery As Harmful As Tobacco

Recently, the U.S. surgeon general called the surging use of e-cigarettes “a major public health concern.” That’s no surprise to a doctor at the University of Colorado Hospital after what he found...


Generations learn from each other in CU Boulder course

Madison Sankovitz and Susan Josephs met just a few months ago, but they quickly developed an unlikely friendship. Sankovitz is a 22-year-old senior at the University of Colorado. Josephs, 71, is a...

Daily Camera

El Paso County job growth slows slightly in second quarter

It's not quite as high as it has been, but I'm still pretty happy with it," said Tatiana Bailey, director of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Economic Forum. "All of this is...

The Gazette

CU Boulder economist: Colorado to see modest growth in 2017

Colorado's economy will continue to expand next year, with the state expected to add 63,400 new jobs, according to the annual forecast by the University of Colorado Boulder's Leeds School of...

Daily Camera

UCCS entrepreneur lab allows students to wade into shark tank

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has opened a laboratory where its student entrepreneurs can wade into the shark tank. Instead of competing for an investment, six student teams have...

The Gazette

Downtown Denver university is growing up

With Horrell’s appointment, CU Denver is laying out a sweeping plan to integrate itself into the business and civic community in a way it never has before: As the city’s only public, urban...

Denver Business Journal

CU Boulder hires academic adviser for student veterans

Enter Kristina Spaeth, an academic adviser on the Boulder campus who now works exclusively with student veterans to help them navigate the complex world of higher education and government tuition...

Daily Camera

Average life expectancy in Denver can vary a decade depending on neighborhood

“These are stark and serious disparities,” said William Burman, interim chief executive officer of Denver Health, which is creating a new Center for Health Equity focused on closing the...

Denver Post

Now playing on 98.9 FM: CU Boulder's student-run Radio 1190

Tune your radio to 98.9 FM in Boulder County and you'll now hear Radio 1190, the student-run radio station at the University of Colorado, coming in loud and clear. The music-heavy radio station,...

Daily Camera

CU Regents Michael Carrigan, Steve Bosley end long runs on board

As the University of Colorado's Board of Regents prepares to initiate two new board members following Tuesday's election, it's also saying goodbye to two long-time regents, Michael Carrigan and...

Daily Camera

Suthers' support for technology gets statewide notice

Suthers helped woo the National Cybersecurity Center to Colorado Springs and now is vice chairman of its board. The center is home to a rapid response center to provide recovery from cyber attacks...

The Gazette

CU Boulder rewarding employee ideas with innovation grants

Roofers at the University of Colorado had a problem. Many of the buildings on the Boulder campus have tile roofs, which are difficult to walk on, and they have no mechanism for attaching...

Daily Camera

Point/counterpoint: Does the 2016 presidential election show that the two-party system is broken?

Joseph Postell and Jeff Scholes, both professors at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, make their arguments. Postell is assistant professor of political science and associate director...

The Gazette

Boulder landmarks home of late CU professor Al Bartlett

Bartlett was a founding member of the citizen organization now known as PLAN-Boulder County, and a co-author of Boulder's Blue Line, which is widely credited for limiting development in the city's...

Daily Camera

CU researchers discover unique brain pattern in fibromyalgia patients

Researchers at the University of Colorado's Institute of Cognitive Science have discovered something unique in the brains of people suffering from fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a disease that...

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