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Colleges could make downtown better

Amid the hoopla last week surrounding the Urban Land Institute’s downtown recommendations, most attention focused on residential development as well as a proposed arts and culture district. But one detail slipped by during those presentations without the followup it deserved. That was the mention by the ULI’s project leader, former Indianapolis Mayor Bill Hudnut, about… Continue Reading Colleges could make downtown better

Metropolitan State College of Denver is considering a tuition cut for illegal-immigrant students. The proposal being considered by an advisory board on Wednesday would cut rates by more than half. Students would have to prove they are high school graduates and have lived in the state for at least three years. The rate would still… Continue Reading Illegal immigrant tuition reviewed by Metro State

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Is it worth going to college?

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As college graduation season is upon us, and we consider the cost of college education — from $60,000 to $250,000, depending on whether it’s private or public, with or without room and board, with or without travel expense for holidays, with or without books ($4,000 on the low side) — it may be worth listening… Continue Reading Is it worth going to college?

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Colorado Springs’ higher education institutions fared well in U.S. News & World Report’s most recent ranking of America’s best colleges. Colorado College ranked No. 24 in the nation among liberal arts colleges. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs ranked No. 30 among schools that offer undergraduate and graduate programs but few doctoral degrees. And, the United States… Continue Reading U.S. News and World Report ranks Colorado’s colleges

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