Newsroom University of Denver (king)

2018
July
09,
2018
Beginning today, the University of Denver is the first in Colorado to pilot a new service provided by Chariot shuttles. Subsidized for all students, faculty and staff by DU IMPACT 2025 funding, Chariot will provide rides along two designated rout...
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January
16,
2018
The University of Denver’s annual Diversity Summit is expanding its scope this year, shifting its focus from issues of inclusivity on campus to the intersection of diversity, sustainability and social justice. As the recent Flint water crisis and...
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January
12,
2018
Ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the annual Marade in downtown Denver, the University of Denver Newsroom is profiling students who are “achieving the dream.” This is the theme for the DU students, faculty and staff marching behind the Universi...
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January
05,
2018
Ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the annual Marade in downtown Denver, the University of Denver Newsroom is profiling students who are “achieving the dream.” This is the theme for the DU students, faculty and staff marching behind the Universi...
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MLK
2017
September
21,
2017
Over the past few years, the push for more sustainable, local food has become a movement in America. From organic vegetables to fair trade coffee, consumers’ demand for better food has been on the rise. The movement also has put local farmers bac...
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July
27,
2017
The University of Denver Board of Trustees has endorsed a resolution encouraging new actions and backing continued efforts at embracing sustainability and addressing climate change on campus. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions will be the focus of...
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2016
July
22,
2016
  Temperatures in Colorado are on the rise, and they won’t be falling anytime soon. Fort Collins, Greeley and Boulder are three of the cities nationwide that have had the biggest temperature increase in the last 40 years. While those are the th...
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June
22,
2016
Wednesday was Bike to Work Day in Colorado. More than 35,000 people ditched their cars for a bike, many taking advantage of the more than 200 breakfast and water stations around the metro area. Once again, the University of Denver was one of the ...
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