Colorado Christian University President Bill Armstrong will retire from the university later this year, it was announced today. Even as he asked the university’s governing board to begin considering possible successors, Mr. Armstrong expressed heartfelt and profound appreciation to the trustees for “the privilege of being part of CCU.”
I believe we can create a better country if more conservative women are in leadership positions and active in their communities. 10 years from now - I would like key leaders in our political systems
(By Branden Yeates, CCU Student) It’s pretty common for people to ask me why I chose to study at CCU, transferring here this fall as a sophomore. The subject makes for pleasant small talk; however, CCU is not a small talk university.
(By Ellen Densmore, CCU Student) “Do you have any friends?” “I wish I could stay in my pajamas all day.” “I couldn’t stand being around my family all the time.” Those are just a few of the common questions and assertions I’ve grown up hearing as a student who was homeschooled all the way through 12th grade.
(By John Andrews, ’76 Editor) What industry all by itself generated the job growth to lift America out of the Great Recession of 2008? But how much money did not flow into Americans’ pockets over the past six years as a result of our relatively weak recovery since 2009?
Among the hundreds of Colorado Christian University students in the capacity crowd that heard presidential candidate Ben Carson spell out his vision for leadership at the CCU Event Center on Thursday morning, Oct. 29, were dozens who personally hosted Carson and helped
(By John Andrews, ’76 Editor) The appointment of my great friend and colleague Jeff Hunt to take the baton and run the next leg of Centennial Institute’s long relay for faith, family, and freedom is good news for the conservative cause.
Could I do it? Sum up twenty-five hundred days of the best job I ever had, in a few hundred words on the screen? Stephanie Tatham, a junior communications major, varsity softball player, and reporter for CCU’s student newspaper, Veritas, learning of my upcoming departure from the Centennial Institute director’s chair, posed several questions
(’76 Editor) Colorado Log Cabin Republicans, a prominent voice for gay marriage as the law of the land, have alleged in a press release that they were “disinvited” from exhibiting at Western Conservative Summit 2015
(’76 Editor) We are having, if I may turn a phrase you’ve never ever heard before, an absolute ball getting ready for Western Conservative Summit 2015 on June 26-28 at the Colorado Convention Center.