A 3,800-pound fixture of the university found a new campus home during spring break. After months of planning by the Facilities Services Department, the marble mountain lion was moved from its home since 2004 at (More)
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Doughnuts are a new line of business for Dining and Hospitality Services. After buying the equipment and supplies, setting up the kitchen and hiring two students, fresh doughnuts started rolling out of the kitchen in January. (More)
Working nearly around the clock with a variety of heavy equipment and snow shovels, the Physical Plant cleared sidewalks and roads, helped stranded motorists and even cleared some areas in a children’s playground. (More)
Charles “Chip” Benight, professor, Psychology Department, and director, Trauma Health and Hazards Center, is featured in a new City of Colorado Springs effort to help community members recover from recent violent events. (More)
UCCS will house and support a new National Cybersecurity Intelligence Center under a plan unveiled last week by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. “As we see it, this center can be the country’s foremost authority on cybersecurity (More)