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Top 25 Best Western Colleges 2014
The best schools in the West have stumbled in the past year in FORBES America's Top College rankings.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
Daniel Schoedinger: Lawyer, ex-councilman dies in crash on bike
Daniel Schoedinger, a 40-year corporate attorney and a former two-term member of the Columbus City Council, died in a bicycle crash while descending a mountain road near Glacier National Park in Montana over the weekend.
As Congress eyes 'competency-based' degrees, NAU already claims success
Jeremy Dodd with wife, Brittany, and daughters Lilly, 5, and Emily 3. Dodd said a competency-based education program at Northern Arizona University lets him move quickly toward a degree despite the demands of a job and family.
Rick Sammon on photography, from A to Z
You can find art all over town -- not just on gallery walls. In this series, we'll be looking at some of the local artists who serve up their work in coffeehouses and other non-gallery businesses around town.
'Repeal Prohibition, Again': New York Times's Andrew Rosenthal on legalization, Colorado pot
The New York Times editorial board is calling for the repeal of the prohibition against pot, and its stance had all the talking heads yapping yesterday.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Program to recruit international students to University of Maine System falls short of target
A company that recruits international students and brings them to universities in the U.S. and other countries has brought fewer students than planned to two University of Maine System campuses, according to the system's spokesman.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Colorado Film Commission seeks local screenwriters
Colorado screenwriters are about to be heard. Read, actually. The new Screenwriting Mentoring Program out of the state's Office of Film, Television and Media guarantees 200 movie scribes will have their script read and evaluated by local film professionals.
The Friday Experience: Candace Bevier-Heredia - Photographer Flamenco
Through the Photographer eyes comes a gift of vision to their audience. Photographers are able to capture a moment in time with a single push of a button; flash of a bulb.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
CSU, CU, DU count up donations, and they add up to a lot
Colorado State University and the University of Colorado are longtime rivals on the football field, but last year was one for the record books for both schools.
East Side Storytellin' 41
Hello everyone, and welcome to another great round of East Side Storytellin'. Similar to the 40, yes 40, previous shows we've put together from East Side Story, we've come together here to get you cultured up just right in the form of a local Nashville writer reading from original prose, followed by an amazing local musician performing and talking ... (more)
Extra credit for non-credit
Georgetown University officials had a bit of an epiphany recently about the impact of their noncredit courses.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
20 Engineers From the World of Sports
It's rare to hear about professional athletes who've studied engineering. But that doesn't mean they don't exist.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Artist Jon Zahourek's anatomy lessons find a home in south Denver
Artist Jon Zahourek teaches anatomy from the inside out, creating model skeletons from clay.
Renegade Brewing sells its Publik House to focus on brewing more beer
Just over a year ago Renegade Brewing opened Renegade Publik House , a restaurant and tap house in the underserved University of Denver neighborhood.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
New Keenwah, CO food truck rolling out healthy quinoa creations
The next time you peruse the food trucks lined up in Civic Center Park on a Tuesday, you might notice a something a little different: quinoa.
Chamberlin Observatory celebrates 120 years of operation
One of Denver's greatest treasures, the University of Denver's Chamberlin Observatory , celebrated 120 years of operation on Saturday July 19, 2014.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Top Colorado Court halts Denver gay marriages
Colorado's Supreme Court on Friday ordered the Denver County clerk to stop issuing marriage licenses to gay couples while the state's ban against the unions remains in place.
The Washington Post
Moma s letter to college-bound daughter: Why a I have reason to feara
Vicki Abeles with her daughter Jamey. In the first picture, Jamey is 8; in the second, 18. Vicki Abeles is a filmmaker, attorney and mother of three.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
First look: Ginza Sushi & Grill opens near the University of Denver
In Tokyo, Ginza is a famous shopping, entertainment and dining district. Across from the University of Denver, it's a full-service sushi restaurant at the new One Observatory Park, a multi-story shopping and residential building.
Colorado Springs Independent
Local-control initiative dies
Colorado Initiative 75, which would have given citizens of local communities broad powers, won't be on the November ballot.