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Hundreds of students stopped by to pet and cuddle pups during Pause for Paws Dec. 9 and 10 at the Kraemer Family Library. Dogs from K9 to 5 National Therapy Dog Registry helped lower stress levels and increase the sense of well-being for students as they prepare for finals. (More)
More than 400 faculty, staff and students led the Colorado Springs Festival of Lights Parade Dec. 5. UCCS was selected to lead the parade as part of 50th anniversary celebrations. Parade leaders carried banners recognizing the victims of the Nov. 27 Planned Parenthood shootings. (More)
Denver artist and UCCS alum Joe Ziegler recently turned plywood into artwork to commemorate the university’s 50th anniversary. Ziegler, Communication ’07, used pointillism – painting a single dot a time – to create three pieces (More)
University dignitaries including CU Regent Kyle Hybl, Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak, Vice Chancellor Susan Szpyrka, Associate Professor Michelle Companion, Executive Director Megan Bell and Resident Assistants Carissa Cotter and Jacob Christiansen officially dedicated spaces for 292 students to live and eat before a crowd of 75 faculty and staff. (More)