Originally published on Tue October 2, 2012 11:08 am
Throughout the series First and Main this election season, Morning Edition is traveling to contested counties in swing states to find out what is shaping voters' decisions.
The series started in Florida and the hotly contested county that includes Tampa, then continued to a county in Wisconsin that voted twice for George W. Bush and then swung to Barack Obama.
Colorado State University President Tony Frank supported plans to move forward Monday with a proposed stadium project —but there are conditions and strings attached.
Colorado State University President Tony Frank is expected to issue a much-anticipated decision whether or not to build a proposed $246 million 43,000-seat stadium on campus this week.
The latest edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges rankings includes Colorado School of Mines, the University of Colorado and Colorado State University.
Colorado State University President Tony Frank is warning of a future without state funding for higher education within 10 years if Colorado doesn't change the way it manages its resources.