Photo feature: Freedom to read celebrated

September 30, 2015

The Kraemer Family Library invited faculty, staff and students to participate in Banned Books Week by reading aloud from books that were once sought to be banned on El Pomar Plaza Sept. 29. (More)

Incoming freshmen have always had Google

September 30, 2015

The class of 2019 never licked a postage stamp, see Wi-Fi as an entitlement, and have always watched television in such high definition that the pores of actors and grimaces of quarterbacks were clearly visible. (More)

It’s official: Cucharas, La Plata and Roaring Fork dedicated

September 25, 2015

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)

CU launches All Four: Colorado campaign

September 24, 2015

Ken McConnellogue, vice president for communication, Office of the President, shared details of a new “All Four: Colorado” advertising campaign during the September Chancellor’s All-Campus Forum. He was joined by Martin Wood, vice chancellor, University Advancement, and Greg Hoye, director, Marketing Department, University Advancement. Hoye explained UCCS marketing efforts and the connection to broader CU efforts. (More)

Bell to present at TEDx Colorado Springs

September 24, 2015

Chris Bell, assistant professor, Department of Communication, will present at the 2015 Tedx Colorado Springs conferences scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 17 at Library 21c, 1175 Chapel Hills Drive. (More)

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