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Dalai Lama visit puts focus on Boulder's Buddhist history

How did Boulder come to have so many Buddhists? It's a question asked by a Chinese freelance journalist who recently visited Boulder and a question to ponder in advance of the Dalai Lama's much-...

Daily Camera

CU Denver tech turns waste into buildings

Every year, the U.S. generates 230 million tons of waste — but what if much of that waste could be turned into things we need on a large scale, like houses or furniture? That process is now a...

Denver Business Journal

Med school branch could impact right areas

“It’s all the more important to pair and train those students with the best teachers in the community — to work with students and help with those recruiting efforts,” said Erik Wallace, associate...

Colorado Springs Business Journal

Energy Secretary Moniz defends Iran nuclear deal as 'strong' in Colorado visit

Moniz was the guest speaker at a luncheon organized by CU Denver’s Wirth Chair in Sustainable Development....

Denver Business Journal

Two years out, lessons still being drawn from 'Great Colorado Flood'

Lead co-author Katja Friedrich, a professor in CU's atmospheric and oceanic sciences department, said she expects that close study of the storm, and the search for lessons imparted by forecasters...

Daily Camera

CU-Boulder named one of the most LGBTQ-friendly schools in the country

The University of Colorado is one of the friendliest colleges for students who identify as gay and lesbian, according to a nonprofit educational organization for LGBTQ students and allies....

Daily Camera

Colorado oil production on path to depletion, CU study warns

Oil briefly slipped below $40 a barrel Friday after a steady drop in price over recent weeks, reviving concerns in Colorado about how long domestic producers can hang on.


The Denver Post

Colorado Springs residents want to stop development of student housing

Cragmor residents are banding together once again to fight City Hall.

A group of homeowners living near the former Katharine Lee Bates Elementary School at 702 Cragmor Road is trying to...

The Gazette

Tax for college scholarships passes initial test in Denver council

(Aug. 17, 2015) -- The Denver City Council appears ready to ask voters to decide whether to create a sales tax to help students pay for college. Monday's initial 9-2 vote, with two abstentions,...

The Denver Post

CU Boulder involved in 2018 space mission to the sun

(Aug. 16, 2015) -- The searing brightness of the sun reaches all the way to Earth, and now, Earth is about to reach back in its own way. "This is the first time we're going to a star, the way I...

9 News

New UCCS Ent Center for the Arts a boon to local arts organizations

(Aug. 12, 2015) -- The anticipated 2018 opening of the $60 million University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Ent Center for the Arts means the start of a much-anticipated relationship between the...

Colorado Springs Gazette

Senate panel not persuaded, kills tuition cap bill

ChalkBeat Colorado

Free Health Screenings At The Stock Show Have Saved Lives

For 8 years now volunteers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have set up a booth for free health screenings. They’ll check body mass index and blood glucose, vision...

CBS Denver