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Pletcher finds joy, motivation in Sochi with U.S. Paralympic Team

Fresh off of a trip to Sochi with the U.S. Paralympic Team, Reid Pletcher feels more like himself than he has in years.

Pletcher served as a Nordic skiing guide at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games, which ran from March 7-16 following the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. 773 more words


Hartman takes Sochi adventure with U.S. Paralympic Team

The Sochi Games were always a part of Katie Hartman’s plan.

Having grown up in the mountain town of Breckenridge, Colo., Hartman wore her first pair of skis before she was two and entered her first race at age five. 786 more words


University of Colorado accused of being "culturally chauvinist" for naming dorms in English

    According to this article, the University of Colorado is drawing some heat for deciding to change the name of two dorms in honor of Native American Chiefs. 432 more words


Defense: School May Have Withheld Holmes Records

DENVER (AP) – Defense attorneys in the Colorado theater shooting case say the University of Colorado might have withheld records that show the school failed to act on information it had about defendant James Holmes when he was a student there. 412 more words


Basha's Justine Spann Commits to Colorado

By: Fabian Ardaya

The first major commitment is in, and it’s from (wait for it): girls volleyball. Basha outside hitter Justine Spann became the first Chandler athlete to commit since the school year began, electing to play her college volleyball at the University of Colorado. 267 more words

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New CU South Denver Expansion Will Include College Of Nursing

PARKER, Colo. (CBS4) – The University of Colorado is expanding south. This fall nursing students will be able to earn their degree in Douglas County. It’s an effort to offer classes close to highly populated neighborhoods. 245 more words


What it takes to support a child who dreams of becoming a top athlete

Money, time and commitment. That’s what it takes to keep a child on a sports team.

There’s equipment, travel, getting up early for practice. There are family sacrifices.  852 more words