* CU Women Succeeding Symposium sets record attendance
* CU system notifies group of employees about W-2 irregularities
* Retirees file suit against newly signed PERA law
* Tuition flexibility plan might go to lawmakers this month
* Faculty Council budget committee offers guide to approaching cuts
* Wellness promotion part of planned improvements to health benefits
* CU still top contributor to statewide charity campaign
* Five questions for Steven Medema
* INVST marks 20th year with gala, workshops
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  Conference on World Affairs returns for 62nd run
  School of Public Affairs to provide law enforcement education
  Pyramid Plus center will promote social emotional development in kids
  University of Colorado Hospital internal medicine, specialty clinic relocating
  Biotech Building receives boost from $1 million gift
  Colorado company licenses CU test to assess chronic liver disease
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