Renan Ozturk directed two documentaries for National Geographic, capturing a mission to find the long-lost body of Sandy Irvine, who was last seen with George Mallory just below the peak of Mount Everest in 1924.
When coronavirus prompted my college to quickly close, it brought me to tears. Then I found my community.By Isabel Hicks Opinion
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Colorado wants to steer more students toward college by driving down higher education costs beyond tuition
Close to half of Colorado’s adult population hasn’t pursued education beyond high school at a time when the majority of jobs demand certificates or degrees
How a Colorado College professor became a lightning rod for controversy by starting a global garlic war
Stanley Crawford brought on controversy in 2014 when he agreed to file a complaint against Harmoni International Spice, an American company that is owned by Chinese exporter Zhengzhou Harmoni Spice
Politically well-connected Renewable Water Resources has Gov. Bill Owens in its court, but a coalition of water warriors has fended off two other attempts
At Colorado College, where tuition runs $71,000, many new in-state students will pay just a fraction — or nothing at all
The Colorado Springs liberal arts school has launched the “Colorado Pledge,” an effort to attract more Colorado students and eliminate sticker shock that might prevent them from applying
A new Colorado report tries to show what higher education is worth. The value is clearer for some degrees than others.
Colorado students, especially would-be teachers, are making cost-benefit choices of their own and switching to more lucrative programs
Sen. Bennet: Collaboration that led to CORE Act could model a cure for “partisan disease” ailing politics
Measure to protect 400,000 acres of public land while allowing some uses was created with the help of stakeholders statewide
Changing the way people access the burliest waters in the country: Mancos’ Alpacka Raft crafts “a new way to see the world”
Today, the company’s more than two dozen employees design, cut, weld, glue, test and ship more than 2,600 Alpacka rafts across the world every year