5 November 2019 Quinita Thomas [email protected] Colorado’s election day is Nov. 5, and this off-year election could decide future funding for UCCS and other state universities because of Proposition CC.
5 November 2019 Cambrea Hall [email protected] The Student Government Association (SGA) senate met on Halloween for a lengthy senate meeting, where they approved the passage of two bills totaling $9815.
5 November 2019 Annika Schmidt [email protected] Terry Boult, El Pomar endowed chair of innovation and security and professor of computer science at UCCS, lead two research projects between 2007 and
29 October 2019 Douglas Androsiglio [email protected] In 2017, over 25 percent of college-aged students (ages 18-25) reported living with mental illness, according to the National Institute of Mental Health in
29 October 2019 Caitlyn Dieckman [email protected] The Positive Impact Points (PIPs) program offers students a way to earn money for being environmentally conscious, but the rate of points puts students
15 October 2019 Frank Carber [email protected] While less students may not seem like such a negative thing to students as it frees up parking spaces, it can have negative effects on funding.
15 October 2019 Annika Schmidt [email protected] The CU system is planning a new strategic plan under the leadership of CU President Mark Kennedy. The plan will unite all four
15 October 2019 Douglas Androsiglio [email protected] While students have a winter break lasting over a month, the university does not shut down during break. In previous years, UCCS faculty