A $7 million restaurant, taproom and production facility on a four-acre plot – complete with its own apple orchard – is coming to Lafayette.
The University of Denver has demolished one of the oldest residence buildings it owns, after repairs were projected to cost more than $4 million.
Defunct for-profit occupational school Heritage College has stiffed local advertising firms and banks, according to recently filed financial statements in bankruptcy court.
Facing mounting lawsuits and unpaid bills, the 30-year-old for-profit university is liquidating through Ch. 7 bankruptcy.
One of the biggest donors to the University of Denver is again taking out the checkbook – this time for a philanthropy and social enterprise program.
For university endowments this year, a strong performance meant losing the least, not gaining the most.
The school’s Geology Museum in Golden needed two vans and 150 boxes to transport a valuable donation of gems, minerals and meteorites.
In July David and Allison McMurtry started renovating 1914-era Robert Steele Gymnasium in Berkeley into a Goddard School. The 12,000-square-foot, mission-style building sits at West 39th Avenue and King Street and was originally built as a community center for North Denver.
A U.S. geography card game for kids — which is played in tournaments around D.C. — got some table time in a Lakewood school on Tuesday.
To test aerospace technology made from increasingly popular 3-D printers, the Colorado School of Mines is opening a new lab, with help from a recent state grant and a group of big-name corporate partners.