DU Scores Decisive Win In NCAA Hockey First Round, Faces Ohio StateThe University of Denver hockey team defeated Penn State 5-1 here Saturday to advance to the second round of the NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Midwest Regional.
DU Wins Frozen Faceoff, Heads To NCAA TournamentThe University of Denver hockey team upset top-ranked St. Cloud State 4-1 Saturday to win the National Collegiate Hockey Conference's Frozen Faceoff.
Scientists Looking To Turn Astronaut Poop Into Space FoodResearchers at Penn State University say their waste treatment process could solve many issues tied to preserving and growing food in space.
Recovered Video Leads To New Charges In Penn State Fraternity DeathTwelve more members of Penn State's Beta Theta Pi fraternity have been charged in the death of pledge Timothy Piazza.
Jerry Sandusky's Son Arrested On Child Sex ChargesSon of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky arrested on child sex charges.
Coach Patrick Chambers: "I Want To Make Penn St. Known For More Than Just Football"As part of the "Guiding Greatness" series presented by Delta Air Lines, Penn St. men's basketball head coach Patrick Chambers discusses changing the football-only mentality.
Colorado State Appoints New Dean Of Business CollegeThe chairwoman of the Arizona State University marketing department has been appointed dean of the Colorado State University College of Business.
CSU-Pueblo, Minnesota State To Meet For TitleCSU-Pueblo and Minnesota State, two schools with intriguing backstories, meet up in Kansas City for the Division II championship.
Suspended CU Professor After Prostitution Skit Returns To ClassThe University of Colorado professor who was suspended from teaching her popular course on deviant behavior following a lecture on prostitution says she will return to class.
Controversial CU Prof Says She's Not Ready To Make Decision About Her FutureProfessor Patricia Adler's course on deviant behavior sparked controversy at University of Colorado Boulder. Now, Adler is back in Colorado, but not sure she'll be back in the classroom.
Emergency Meeting Held At CU To Discuss Controversial ProfessorFaculty members at the University of Colorado in Boulder organized for an emergency meeting to discuss Professor Patricia Adler, who is embroiled in controversy after teaching a class about prostitution.
Metro State Holds Graduation With Brighter Job MarketThe job market is being flooded with new college graduates, and although hiring isn't back to pre recession levels, the prospects for new grads seeking jobs are brighter than in the past few years.