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March 6, 1987 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, Times Staff Writer
USC has reached an unusual agreement with the University of Denver in which USC will transfer control of an international off-campus master's degree program involving 1,800 students to the Colorado institution. If negotiations over the details can be worked out, the University of Denver will take over USC's master of science in systems management program, now offered at 56 locations around the world.
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April 5, 2013 | By Jenny Deam
CENTENNIAL, Colo. - The University of Colorado-Denver stood firm Friday in saying it never barred James E. Holmes from campus, despite newly released court documents that indicate the suspect in the Aurora movie massacre had his student ID card deactivated after he alarmed a school psychiatrist. Dr. Lynne Fenton told campus police officer Lynn Whitten on June 12 - more than a month before the July 20 rampage that killed 12 and injured 70 - that Holmes had "homicidal thoughts" and might be a danger to the public.
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SPORTS
May 5, 1994
Holly Falkenhagen of Trabuco Hills signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Baylor, Trabuco Hills girls' volleyball Coach Gregg Swenson said. Falkenhagen, an outside hitter, was first-team all-league last season. Center Jenny Wilson, also of Trabuco Hills, has signed to play volleyball at the University of Denver, Swenson said. Wilson also was first-team all-league.
NATIONAL
December 6, 2012 | By Paloma Esquivel and Jenny Deam, Los Angeles Times
DENVER — In the hours after the Aurora, Colo., movie massacre on July 20, faculty and classmates at suspected gunman James E. Holmes' university were horrified to realize he had once been among them. More than 1,500 emails to and from Holmes were made public Wednesday. The emails — released by the University of Colorado-Denver, where he had been a neuroscience doctoral student — were from Holmes' two university email accounts. An additional 2,300 internal university staff emails surrounding Holmes' alleged attack also were released.
NATIONAL
April 5, 2013 | By Jenny Deam
CENTENNIAL, Colo. - The University of Colorado-Denver stood firm Friday in saying it never barred James E. Holmes from campus, despite newly released court documents that indicate the suspect in the Aurora movie massacre had his student ID card deactivated after he alarmed a school psychiatrist. Dr. Lynne Fenton told campus police officer Lynn Whitten on June 12 - more than a month before the July 20 rampage that killed 12 and injured 70 - that Holmes had "homicidal thoughts" and might be a danger to the public.
NATIONAL
December 6, 2012 | By Paloma Esquivel and Jenny Deam, Los Angeles Times
DENVER — In the hours after the Aurora, Colo., movie massacre on July 20, faculty and classmates at suspected gunman James E. Holmes' university were horrified to realize he had once been among them. More than 1,500 emails to and from Holmes were made public Wednesday. The emails — released by the University of Colorado-Denver, where he had been a neuroscience doctoral student — were from Holmes' two university email accounts. An additional 2,300 internal university staff emails surrounding Holmes' alleged attack also were released.
NEWS
October 8, 2001 | KATHLEEN KELLEHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Carolyn Baber had been married to Daniel Baber for 16 years when she decided to walk away from the relationship in 1997. Unhappy for several years over her husband's growing criticism of her, she had asked, even pleaded, with him to see a marriage counselor. He refused, saying he was too busy, expressing his view of therapy with a litany of expletives. She tried again and again, amplifying his withdrawal and rejection. Finally his refusals became the marriage's death decree.
SPORTS
June 14, 1990
Dan Brooks, son of former U.S. Olympic and NHL coach Herb Brooks, signed with the St. Louis Blues after playing at the University of Denver.
SPORTS
December 22, 1985
Dwight Mathiasen scored a hat trick to lead top-ranked University of Denver to a 6-3 victory over U.S. International in nonconference hockey action Saturday night at the Mira Mesa House of Ice.
WORLD
September 11, 2013 | By Paul Richter
WASHINGTON - Signaling a possible thaw in long-frozen relations, the Obama administration and the new leadership in Iran are communicating about Syria and are moving behind the scenes toward direct talks that both governments hope can ease the escalating confrontation over Tehran's nuclear program. President Obama reportedly reached out to Iran's relatively moderate president, Hassan Rouhani, through an exchange of letters in recent weeks. The pragmatist cleric is scheduled to address the United Nations General Assembly on Sept.
SPORTS
May 5, 1994
Holly Falkenhagen of Trabuco Hills signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Baylor, Trabuco Hills girls' volleyball Coach Gregg Swenson said. Falkenhagen, an outside hitter, was first-team all-league last season. Center Jenny Wilson, also of Trabuco Hills, has signed to play volleyball at the University of Denver, Swenson said. Wilson also was first-team all-league.
NEWS
March 6, 1987 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, Times Staff Writer
USC has reached an unusual agreement with the University of Denver in which USC will transfer control of an international off-campus master's degree program involving 1,800 students to the Colorado institution. If negotiations over the details can be worked out, the University of Denver will take over USC's master of science in systems management program, now offered at 56 locations around the world.
REAL ESTATE
November 8, 1987
The University of Denver's department of Real Estate and Construction Management has opened the nation's first computer software testing center to provide unbiased evaluations of programs designed for the real estate and construction management industry. The center requires no fee for evaluations and supplies vendors with a report following a three- to four-month testing period.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 15, 2008 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
William "Engineer Bill" Stulla, an early Los Angeles children's television show host who inspired a generation of Southern California baby boomers to drink their milk with his signature "Red Light, Green Light" game, has died. He was 97. Stulla died in his sleep Tuesday evening at his longtime home in Westlake Village, his daughter, Kathryn Stulla Mackensen, said Thursday. As the genial host of "Cartoon Express," which ran weekdays at 6:30 p.m.
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