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Colorado College's final scheduled Edward J. Robson Arena open house and presentation were Saturday at the Cornerstone Arts Center. The meetin…
Critics of Colorado College’s proposed hockey arena are beginning to warm up to it now that the school committed to building an on-site parkin…
Scott Rollert planned to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his College Time Shop on March 6, 2020. And possibly the 31st the following year.
Under pressure from neighbors, Colorado College has revised its plans for a proposed hockey arena on campus and will build a parking lot with …
Colorado College officials and neighboring residents again butted heads Saturday during a second community meeting about the school’s proposed…
The public will have another opportunity Saturday to engage with the planners behind Colorado College's proposed hockey arena.
Colorado College is holding a public meeting Saturday to seek input on the planning and design of the new home of the Tigers men's ice hockey …
Some of Colorado College’s closest neighbors aren’t fans of the school’s planned hockey arena at the south end of the downtown Colorado Spring…
A former Colorado College football player stepped up to the mic to ask about the soon-to-be-built $39 million Edward J. Robson Arena, at a com…
When Colorado College’s men’s hockey team moves to a new on-campus venue from The Broadmoor World Arena in a few years, Old Chicago Pizza &…
As a student at Colorado College from 1976-1980, Denver Broncos CEO Joe Ellis enjoyed winter weekend nights cheering for his Tigers at Broadmo…
Colorado College athletic director Ken Ralph addresses a number of issues that have come up as Tigers fans vocalize their opinions on the new arena.
Colorado College’s big plans for a smaller arena came into focus for fans Wednesday, and students are heavily involved.
The era of the rare Colorado College ticket is just around the bend. The Tigers are moving from spacious Broadmoor World Arena, capacity 7,750, to Robson Arena, capacity 3,000.
Colorado College has the money and the final property it needed to build an arena for its Division I men’s hockey team.