The CCU Symposium, two days of all-campus lectures and workshops on a topic of urgent concern, held annually in the fall since 2009, addressed “Compassion for the Poor” in this year’s sessions on Oct. 11–12.
(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
(By David Keene) When a congressman or senator leaves Washington as Bill Armstrong did in 1990, it doesn’t take long for the political class to move on as if he or she never existed. When the
(By Valerie Richardson) DENVER — Former Sen. William L. Armstrong died Tuesday after a long battle with cancer and just months after announcing he would retire as president of Colorado Christian University. He was 79.
(By Wayne Heilman) Bill Armstrong, a former U.S. senator, congressman, owner of the defunct Colorado Springs Sun daily newspaper and president of Colorado Christian University in Lakewood, died Tuesday after a five-year struggle with cancer.
(By John Gizzi) When the news arrived Wednesday afternoon that Bill Armstrong died after a five-year bout with cancer, people who knew the former two-term Republican senator from Colorado primarily remembered him as one of
(By Lawrence Arboleda) William L. (Bill) Armstrong, former US Senator and Colorado Christian University president, died Tuesday after a five-year battle with cancer, the Washington Times reports. Armstrong, who was considered a legend in Colorado
(By Joey Bunch and Kirk Mitchell) Former U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong, a pillar of Colorado’s Republican Party and a force behind the conservative economic policies of President Ronald Reagan, lost his battle with cancer Tuesday. He
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - William L. Armstrong, Colorado Christian University president and a former U.S. senator from Colorado, died Tuesday following a five-year bout with cancer. He was 79. "Bill Armstrong displayed an uncommon vision