Newsroom University of Denver (University of Denver)

2018
April
18,
2018
At the University of Denver’s International House, members of the community filed in, ready to begin a two-hour dive into Swedish language and music. The course was free and open to the public, with only one prerequisite. “You will have to ...
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April
16,
2018
In the Driscoll Underground, students and faculty huddled around notebooks. At a community gathering space in downtown Denver, a cohort of strangers met over coffee. In a café across town, members of the community sipped wine. On April 11, as ...
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April
09,
2018
When asked to explain how higher education will stay strong, University of Denver Chancellor Rebecca Chopp insists that no one leader can go it alone. A flourishing future will require cooperation and partnership. Chopp shared that insight wit...
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March
28,
2018
The University of Denver is situated on the traditional homelands of Cheyenne and Arapaho peoples. As a result of the Sand Creek massacre and other events, these communities were driven from Colorado and forced to resettle on reservations in Wyom...
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2016
June
01,
2016
In Professor Barbekka Hurtt's anatomy classroom, two students don glasses and sit in front of a computer monitor. Pointing a stylus at the screen, one student rotates a 3D image of a human eye that appears to float a few inches before her own eye...
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May
31,
2016
They are some of the most popular exhibits at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. “People love mummies. The Egyptian mummies are a really exciting part of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science,” says University of Denver alumna Michele Koon...
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