The Sturm College of Law’s first Vietnamese-American professor claims racist reviews are in the university’s network after they were supposed to be deleted.
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The founder of MADEwkshp, which originally set up shop in RiNo before decamping to LoHi, ran into the buzzsaw of COVID.
In Lincoln Park, tai chi is out and estheticians are in. Earlier this month, the Taoist Tai Chi Society sold its building at 1124 Santa Fe Drive, where it had ceased classes during the pandemic. The buyer was the nearby Denver Integrative Massage School, which plans to use it for its affiliated school offering instruction… Read more »
The Dimond Family Residential Village broke ground in early 2019 and is named after Stonebridge Cos. CEO Navin Dimond.
The Rhode Island-based university paid about $30.5 million for the 25-acre property two decades ago.
Diane McSheehy says she was told she’d be re-hired to a comparable role if she agreed to step down, but that role never materialized.
Clarence Herbst thinks the foundation should invest just in index funds. Foundation CEO Jack Finlaw disagrees.
The campus in South Park Hill has 13 buildings on it, including Centennial Hall, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
“If we pull this off, it’ll be like getting your vegetables but not realizing it,” said Dr. Tony Frank, CSU System’s chancellor. “It’ll be really educational and at the same time, incredibly enjoyable.”