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September
14,
2018
No way was Nicole Good coming to the University of Denver. There was just nothing new and exciting about it. For one thing, it was too close to Greenwood Village, where she had grown up. The gymnastics meets she had once watched with her mom,
September
11,
2018
Never forget. That’s the only wish Patrick Mills, a retired navy captain, has of everyone today. “I hope that we don’t forget. A lot of people were killed on 9/11, and they had nothing to do with anything. They were just going to work,
September
10,
2018
The University of Denver is numbered among the country’s top 100 institutions of higher education. U.S. News & World Report ranks DU 96th in its list of best national universities. This year, U.S. News & World Report adjusted the criteria
August
30,
2018
Carbon nanotubes may be strangers to most, but for University of Denver alumna and physics pioneer Azure Avery, they hold the magic of a pink, feather-light sugar nest disappearing on a child’s tongue for the first time. “When raw, [carbon
August
28,
2018
The first question is always: “Why?” As in, “Why would you ever want to row across the Atlantic Ocean?” The answer, for Alex Evans, belies the 50-foot waves, violent storms and long nights that will push a team of never-before rowers to
August
27,
2018
So engrained in American culture is Harry Potter that Hermione is now an acceptable name for a child. Butterbeer is an item on Starbucks’ secret menu, and most everyone knows which Hogwarts house they’d be sorted into. For so many, a time before