In-game report: Tigers dominate second; take 3-1 lead
CC sophomore Jared Hanson scored his first of the year when he collected a rebound off a shot by senior Jeff Collett from besides the Omaha net, and reached back to tuck the puck in with a right forehand shot.
Gifts to help others and make cooks on your holiday gift list happy
While the culinary treasures featured in my cover story would be wonderful to find under the Christmas tree, here are a few gift ideas that have caught my eye with more modest price tags.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Colorado Springs motorists driving less, study says
CoPIRG field director Lisa Ritland talks at the Colorado Springs city bus terminal Wednesday, December 4, 2013, about the declines in driving and commuting by car in Colorado Springs and Denver.
Colorado Springs Business Journal
With its single ally on the inside of the process changing sides, a contingent of civic and government leaders from Colorado Springs presented their case Wednesday for the City for Champions project to the state Economic Development Commission.
CU-Boulder-led team finds first evidence of primates regularly sleeping in caves
A new study led by CU-Boulder has shown Madagascar's ring-tailed lemurs are the only wild primates in the world that sleep in the same caves on a nightly basis.... Scientists have discovered that some ring-tailed lemurs in Madagascar regularly retire to limestone chambers for their nightly snoozes, the first evidence of the consistent, daily use of ... (more)
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Hijack looks back on 20 years of dance
About 20 years ago, Arwen Wilder and Kristin Van Loon, two friends who had met in class at Colorado College, performed for the first time as Hijack.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
With scalpels or 'axes,' he's dedicated to his craft
Dec. 02--Small busts of composers line a shelf in Dr. John Tedesco's office at Green Country Medical Arts.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Friday reading: Future Boston College, New Hampshire scheduling; Tigers injury update
This weekend is the first of a four-year scheduling agreement involving Boston College, Colorado College, and New Hampshire.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Colorado College hikers and sister lost in Utah blizzard found OK
Five hikers who went missing in Utah after a severe snow storm pounded the southwestern U.S. were found around noon on Monday.
Rescue underway for 5 overdue backpackers in Utah
Five college students are said to be in good condition Monday after they were found stranded in the snow in the Utah wilderness.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
RMNP Longs Peak death accidental
The Boulder County Coroner's Office says the climbing death of a 20-year-old man in Rocky Mountain National Park was an accident.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Friday reading: Collett feature; Air Force previews; NCHC previews and predictions
Colorado College senior Jeff Collett is a big contributor to the team as a leader on defense and on the penalty kill.
A moment that changed our nation forever
Few events have shaken American citizens like the assassination of President John F. Kennedy Nov. 22, 1963 in Dallas.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Whose Interests Do the US Serve in Afghanistan?
Peter Lee's cover story on the NSA and Its Enablers is ground-breaking and disturbing; the irrepressible Andre Vltchek contributes a vivid dispatch from the streets of Cairo; Ron Jacobs conducts a probing interview with Bill Ayers; Lee Ballinger compares and contrasts James Brown and Jay Z; the wonderfully astute eye of Kim Nicolini surveys the ... (more)
Wed Nov 20, 2013
War and Enlightenment in Afghanistan
"We Want to Live Without War," says the banner held by Afghan Peace Volunteers at a Live Without Wars event held in Kabul last March.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Ramsey: CC, Air Force hockey rivalry is for real, and so are the Falcons
Air Force left defense Adam McKenzie skates with the Pikes Peak trophy after Air Force defeated Colorado College 3-1 Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013, at the World Arena in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Air Force at Colorado College lines
Joe Paisley rejoined The Gazette staff to cover college hockey in February 2013.
Finance and Commerce
Top Women in Finance: Cinda Collins
Education: B.A., public health practices in developing communities, Colorado College ; B.S. in nursing, St. Louis University More than 30 years ago, Cinda Collins left nursing to start a career in the financial industry.
TIE's Alternative Measures brings experimental cinema from around the globe to Colorado
Artist-run film labs are changing the face of experimental film. Popping up all over the world in everything from portable ice chests to the locker room of an abandoned swimming pool, these labs collect discarded industrial film equipment so that every step of the filmmaking process remains in the hands of artists.
The New Hampshire
UNH study shows global warming-induced animal dwarfism
D'Ambrosia's interest in the project began while working with William Clyde, an associate professor of geology at UNH.