University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Assigned reading discourages exploration in college

Nov 18th, 2013

I always get more reading done when I’m not in school. This isn’t unusual – college students don’t seem to do a lot of reading.

Tenured professors should dedicate more time to classes

Nov 18th, 2013

Most students come to college expecting their courses to be challenging, but rewarding. Unfortunately, these expectations sometimes fall short when professors don’t have enough time to dedicate to their classes.

Sustainability and conservatism go hand in hand

Nov 18th, 2013

I used to think I was an anomaly. I identify as a conservative in many of my views, yet I am also very passionate about the idea and implementation of sustainability.

Time is a college student’s greatest wealth this Thanksgiving

Nov 18th, 2013

The next time you’re out pumping gas or on a fast food run on Garden of the Gods, take a look around. You might notice men and women with cardboard signs have moved to the curbs.

Sexual harassment prevention measures in place on campus

Nov 18th, 2013

While zero forcible and non-forcible sex offenses were reported on campus in 2012, the university’s first line of defense against sexual misconduct continues to be education.

Millennials encouraged to enroll in ACA despite setbacks

Nov 18th, 2013

Billowing up to the $1 billion cost mark, the Affordable Care Act seems to place much of its hopes in the pockets of millennials, expecting they will pay into the program.

Increase in fuel use, decline in other areas

Nov 18th, 2013

The Climate Advisory Board submitted its annual UCCS Sustainability Progress Report to the CU Board of Regents’ Capitol Construction Subcommittee on Nov. 5.

UCCS helps families in need through Holiday Service Project

Nov 18th, 2013

While many students are focused on powering through finals, some UCCS members don’t have the luxury of looking ahead.

UCCS honors fallen soldiers with annual national roll call

Nov 18th, 2013

No one spoke above a whisper. Visitors attempted to make as little noise as possible. Some even walked on tiptoes to avoid clacking their heels.

University must be prepared for returning veterans

Nov 11th, 2013

It’s hard to imagine that it’s been a dozen years since a U.S.-led coalition invaded Afghanistan to attack the extremist Taliban-controlled government and cripple al-Qaida, Osama bin Laden’s terrorist organization.

Boulder geologist to discuss age of Grand Canyon

Nov 11th, 2013

The prevailing view on the topography of the western United States used to be mountains and canyons were fairly recent changes in the landscape.

Increased vandalism, costs passed to students

Nov 11th, 2013

Following previous reports from Public Safety showing an overall decrease in campus crime, instances of vandalism in student housing are on the rise.

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