University Of Colorado Keeps Its Fossil Fuel InvestmentsWind and solar power advocates failed to persuade the University of Colorado's governing Board of Regents Thursday to divest from coal, oil and gas.
CU To Open New Journalism College In 2015The university Board of Regents approved a new College of Media, Communication, and Information at the University of Colorado.
CU Is Bipartisan In Decision To Protect Free Political SpeechAcademic freedom is the hallmark of any university, but maybe no place in country has gone as far to protect as the University of Colorado, the first public university to ban discrimination based on political philosophy and affiliation.
Ward Churchill Loses Appeal To Win Back CU JobThe attorney for a former University of Colorado professor who lost his appeal to get his job back after he compared some Sept. 11 victims with a Nazi said Monday he will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
CU Students Will Pay 5 Percent More Tuition This FallStudents attending the University of Colorado will have to pay five percent more tuition starting this fall.
CU Tuition Hike Looks InevitableOnce again students at the University of Colorado can expect to pay more for tuition next year.
CU Offers In-State Tuition To Military DependentsThe University of Colorado is offering in-state tuition to dependents of military veterans who are only in Colorado for a short period of time.
CU Sues Toilet Paper Company Over Faulty PaperThe University of Colorado at Boulder is two companies for what it claims was defective toilet paper that clogged the campus's sewage systems.
CU Regents Approve Tuition Hike For Boulder CampusThe University of Colorado regents have approved a 9.3 percent tuition increase for in-state students on the Boulder campus.