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The summer he was 16 years old, Tino Leone attended a weeklong design camp at Kansas State University, Manhattan. That week sparked an interest in architecture and design that turned into a career. Now he’s reached a pinnacle. After 12 years at HB&A Architecture and Planning in Colorado Springs, Leone has been named one of […]

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“Our taste in architecture runs too much to the bizarre and picturesque,” wrote Colorado Springs resident Dr. Samuel Le Nord Caldwell in a letter deposited in Colorado College’s century chest in 1900. “Towers, verandas and gables too often appear as excrescences rather than parts of a harmonious design, but our standard of taste in artistic […]

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A February 2017 study by the Learning Policy Institute states that, in addition to salaries and resources for teaching, key factors in teachers’ professional decisions include school culture and collegial relationships, as well as time for collaboration. Ninety percent of open teaching jobs are created by those leaving the profession, most of them because of […]