30 April 2019 Edna Newey [email protected] History students from UCCS had significant successes at recent events for academic research, both at professional conferences and student organization forums. Two
12 February 2019 Quinita Thomas [email protected] Every year as Valentine’s Day is celebrated by many cultures around the world, chocolates, flowers and other festive items are being given to friends
Sept. 28, 2015 April Wefler [email protected] At the age of 19, Martin Beck Matuštík was forced to flee his home to keep himself safe.
Jan. 28, 2013 April Wefler [email protected] When you go to the doctor for blood work, possibly the furthest thing from your mind is that your cells could be taken without
Oct. 29, 2012 Samantha Morley [email protected] It’s the middle of the night. Traffic is dying down, allowing the soft hum of darkness to take over. A loud crack, followed by
Oct. 22, 2012 April Wefler [email protected] In 1942, more than 100,000 American citizens were relocated to internment camps for one reason: They were of Japanese heritage.
March 7, 2011 Heather Templeton [email protected] This week, UCCS is host to the Sephardic Memory and Movement Conference, a two-day testament to the history and cultural heritage of Jews who