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Two Colorado Springs colleges made it on to the Forbes.com “Best Colleges” list. They were the highest-ranked of 11 Colorado schools on the list of the top 610 best schools. The United States Air Force Academy ranked No. 11 (down from No. 7 last year) and Colorado College was No. 51 (up from 53 in… Continue Reading Springs’ colleges lead Forbes Colorado “best” list

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Five Colorado institutions of higher learning have made it into “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges.” They include Colorado College, Colorado State University, University of Colorado at Boulder, Naropa University and the University of Denver. The list was released this week, just in time for the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. The guide… Continue Reading Princeton Review names C.C. as top green college

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College endowments fell for a second year in a row, but Colorado College remains the most endowed school in the state, on a per-student basis. A survey by the National Association of College and University Business Officers and Commonfund, Inc., a Connecticut nonprofit included endowment levels of  842 U.S. institutions with $306 billion in aggregate… Continue Reading Colorado College endowment leads state, despite market decline

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Colorado College and Hertz have teamed up to offer an environmentally friendly car-sharing program. Faculty, students and staff at Colorado College can join Connect by Hertz and rent either a Toyota Prius or a Ford Escape by the day or hour. Cars are parked on campus and accessed by “smart cards.” Once people join the… Continue Reading CC offering car rental program

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Colorado College graduates have some close connections to President Barack Obama. A fifth CC graduate has been nominated by Obama for a position in his administration. Harris Sherman, a 1964 graduate of Colorado College, was nominated to serve as agriculture undersecretary for natural resources and environment. Sherman is executive director of the Colorado Department of… Continue Reading CC grads have close ties to Obama administration

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There Is An Intrinsic Sadness When A College Drops Its Football Program for whatever reason, and that is the case this week with the terse announcement that Colorado College was eliminating the sport for budgetary reasons after 127 years of play………while local reaction in the media has been tepid to date, there are a lot… Continue Reading Mike Moran on CC dropping its football program

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