Newsroom University of Denver (Denver)

2018
June
21,
2018
All eyes in Colorado’s political sphere gazed upon the University of Denver this week, as the institution’s Center on American Politics hosted Republicans and Democrats vying to become the state’s next governor. On June 18, Democrats Mike John...
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June
14,
2018
Matt Sauve was bored. Simple as that. As the snow piled up outside his loft off University Boulevard, the sophomore needed a way to entertain his friends. Within the next two hours, he would produce something that would go on to grace game roo...
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May
25,
2018
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 citizen, I would not be facing the same struggles I face...
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May
24,
2018
Some 47 years after their publication, the yellowing pages of an archived Denver Clarion show their age with every crinkling turn. But the smile on the face of the sexagenarian flipping through them looks like it came fresh off the morning presse...
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May
18,
2018
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 did it” smile that complements a graduation cap and ...
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May
16,
2018
The question came to JB Holston early in the day, at an event to create safe, sustainable and accessible campuses and cities: “If you build it, will they come?” Students, faculty and major players in the community and tech industry leaned in to he...
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March
28,
2018
The University of Denver Division of Athletics and Recreation’s Pioneer Health and Performance has opened a brand new nutrition station in the Pat Bowlen Training Center inside the Daniel L. Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness, Associate Athletic ...
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March
12,
2018
Getting ahead in life meant getting out of the community. At least that’s what everyone told Susana Cordova when they urged her to leave her Latino Denver neighborhood behind. An education was her chance to rise up, they said. To be more than ...
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2016
September
27,
2016
Despite thousands of miles between them, Israel and Colorado are strikingly similar when it comes to their entrepreneurial ecosystems. Highlighting these similarities and exploring new opportunities for collaboration were topics of discussion cove...
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June
28,
2016
On a Saturday morning when residents could be enjoying a sunny, summer day gardening or relaxing, they chose instead to be part of a collaborative workshop. More than 40 people gathered inside the Globe Hall on 44th and Logan to envision a new co...
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June
21,
2016
Tens of thousands Coloradans are preparing to ditch their cars in favor of a bike. Wednesday, June 22, is Bike to Work Day in Colorado. Last year, more than 30,000 people participated in Bike to Work Day across the state. In Denver alone, more th...
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June
20,
2016
It’s one of the most recognizable sights in all of downtown Denver. Everyone has seen the giant blue bear peeking into the Colorado Convention Center. Since 2005, The 40-foot-high bear has become a can’t-miss photo op for tourists and locals. Whi...
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