CEREMONY TO HONOR DECEMBER 2002 GRADUATES

December 11, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — More than 350 University of Colorado at Colorado Springs students will complete their studies at the end of the fall semester. But instead of waiting until May to honor the students, the campus will have its December graduate reception at 6 p.m. Dec. 12 in University Hall. “The number of...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS NAMES VICE CHANCELLOR FOR STUDENT SUCCESS

December 4, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — A veteran Colorado educator will be the next vice chancellor for student success at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, pending approval by the University of Colorado Board of Regents. James P. Henderson, 50, of Manitou Springs, was selected by Chancellor Pam Shockley for the CU-Colorado Springs vice chancellor’s...
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COLORADO SPRINGS UTILITIES TO POWER STUDENTS’ COLLEGE DREAMS

November 20, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — Ten Colorado Springs-area students who possess the ability, but not the finances, to succeed in college will have the opportunity to reach their academic peak at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as part of a donation from Colorado Springs Utilities. Colorado Springs Utilities has agreed to donate $50,000...
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Shuttle makes history, to carry campus graduate

November 11, 2002

When the space shuttle Endeavor lifts from its Florida mooring Nov. 10, United States and university history will be made. On board the Endeavor, scheduled for an 11-day mission, will be John Herrington, the nation’s first American Indian astronaut and a 1983 CU-Colorado Springs graduate. The seven-member crew of Endeavor will travel to Space...
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NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN FOUNDER VISITS CU-COLORADO SPRINGS

October 14, 2002
NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN FOUNDER VISITS CU-COLORADO SPRINGS

October 11, 2002 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tom Hutton, 262-3439 Margo Baker, 262-3832 Editor’s note: A photo of Sheila Tobias is available upon request. NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN FOUNDER VISITS CU-COLORADO SPRINGS COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — Sheila Tobias, a founding member of the National Organization for Women (NOW), will lecture on feminism in America...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS TO HOST CUBAN ARTISTS

September 27, 2002
CU-COLORADO SPRINGS TO HOST CUBAN ARTISTS

September 25, 2002 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tom Hutton, 262-3439 Margo Baker, 262-3832 CU-COLORADO SPRINGS TO HOST CUBAN ARTISTS COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — “Café II: The Journeys of Cuban Artists,” a multi-media exhibit curated by Cuban artist Leandro Soto, opens with a reception from 5 – 8 p.m. Oct. 11 at the Gallery of...
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FALL FEST OFFERS GLIMPSE OF UNIVERSITY LIFE AT CU-COLORADO SPRINGS

September 23, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — Feel like traveling around the world in 60 minutes? Learning about the changing role of the President? Or watching a normally staid group of professors lay down a few chords of classic rock n’ roll? Fall Fest at CU-Colorado Springs will offer these activities and much more beginning at 9...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS ENROLLMENT IS LARGEST EVER

September 17, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — A record number of first-time freshmen lead CU-Colorado Springs to its highest-ever enrollment, according to official enrollment figures released this week. A total of 910 first-time freshmen enrolled for the fall semester, boosting total enrollment to 7,407, an 8.4 percent increase from fall 2001 when 6,835 students enrolled. Freshman enrollment...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS A TOP WESTERN UNIVERSITY

September 17, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is one of the top Western-United States public universities, according to the editors of U.S. News and World Report. In its 2002 college rankings edition, “America’s Best Colleges,” the magazine’s editors ranked CU-Colorado Springs eighth among top public universities in the West. In...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS TO HOLD FIRST-EVER POW/MIA RECOGNITION DAY

September 16, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — Prisoners of war and those listed as missing in action will be formally honored during a ceremony at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The first-ever campus POW/MIA Recognition Day will be at noon Sept. 20 at the flagpole in front of Main Hall. The ceremony is free and...
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