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Opinion: A workers’ wish list for picking the next CU president

Higher education is under siege. Costs go up while Colorado continues to defund state universities. Increasingly, Americans voice skepticism of the value of college; nearly 60% of Republicans hold an unfavorable view of higher education. Complicating the picture is that the average length of tenure for a university president in the U.S. is only about […]

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Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District likely means a big change to the CU Board of Regents

State lawmakers want to change the makeup of the board overseeing the University of Colorado system to make sure that residents of the newly drawn 8th Congressional District have adequate representation on the panel. To do that, the legislature next year will likely eliminate one of two at-large seats on the nine-member Board of Regents […]