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May
25,
2018

At DU, Fryda Faugier is lighting the way for undocumented students

There are two things Fryda Faugier is not. She is not a U.S. citizen. And she is not afraid to tell you so. “I’m an activist; I share my story,” she says. “I’m sure that had I been born a
May
18,
2018

Linda Kornfeld couldn’t ignore her love for learning and desire for a college degree.

When they call Linda Kornfeld’s name at DU’s June 9 Commencement ceremonies, she will proudly walk across the stage erected in Magness Arena. She will collect her diploma, and she will wear that “I
May
14,
2018
“It’s a giant, time-sucking nightmare.” That’s how Steven McDonald, associate professor and technical director/production manager in DU’s Department of Theatre, describes the annual Senior Short Play Festival. He’s speaking affectionately, of
May
11,
2018

Throwing out biases shaped Morgan Smith’s experiences at DU

When senior Morgan Smith comes to a fork in the road, he doesn’t choose either the path least or most traveled. Instead, he zigzags among the options, stitching together his own route to personal
May
10,
2018

Both men’s and women’s teams will travel for the first round of the tournament

For the first time since 2014, both the women’s and men’s lacrosse teams are headed to the NCAA Tournament in the same season. The men’s team will open the tournament with a trip to
May
08,
2018
Students of a certain age can't help it: The lens through which they see Kenya is tinted with the colors of Walt Disney's palette. The east African nation that inspired “The Lion King” has gained notoriety and attracted tourists with its
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