SGA passed a resolution during a Jan. 26 senate meeting that urges the CU system to call on Congress to enact a permanent solution for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
On Jan. 26, UCCS commemorated International Holocaust Remembrance Day with a panel discussion featuring Jewish faculty and members of the Colorado Springs community. Robert Sackett, a history professor, gave a
Several of UCCS’ academic departments have been learning more about the benefits and disadvantages of using ChatGPT and other forms of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in a university setting. According to
Club Q is partnering with HB&A to rebuild the club with a brand new layout and a permanent memorial that will honor the lives lost in the shooting on Nov.
The T. Rowe Price Career and Innovation Center is offering resources for students searching for summer internships and jobs this semester. Catherine Barrios, a career coach at the Career Center,
The Quad Innovation Alliance closed on December 31, 2022. It was an initiative that brought together students from UCCS, Pikes Peak State College, Colorado College and the United States Air
SGA passed a bill at the Jan. 19 senate meeting to fund the appearance of Colorado Springs-based celebrity chef Brother Luck at an upcoming event. The Brother Luck Event Funding
Wanda James, the first Black female member of the CU Board of Regents in 44 years, is looking to create a more inclusive future for the CU system during her
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and KKTV have reported an increase in influenza cases in Colorado, and there has been a decrease in RSV and COVID-19 cases.
UCCS’ Dining and Hospitality Services has begun the spring semester by closing cafes, introducing new products and continuing to search for student employees. According to an email sent out by