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September
19,
2018
If Kayla Knopp had her dream job, she’d be penning advice columns for the newspaper. If the University of Denver doctorate student's research is any indication, she would never be short on material. After all, her recently released study,
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
23,
2018
The story of Colorado’s military sacrifice is largely written on two-foot slabs of ghostly, milky marble, standing at attention in southwest Denver. Fort Logan National Cemetery is as good as a history book: a 214-acre volume stretching back to
August
08,
2018
What’s the difference between a ponderosa pine tree and a Home Depot two-by-four? These days, Michael Kerwin says, it’s not much. Both are so dry they’re like matchsticks: “happy,” in the DU geography professor’s words, to burn when a fire rolls
July
31,
2018
In a country full of red and blue, Americans somehow still have a difficult time making purple. In fact, these are some of the most partisan times in the history of the U.S., says Jennifer Greenfield, assistant professor in DU’s Graduate School of
July
25,
2018
After 30-plus years in filmmaking, Sheila Schroeder knows how hard it can be for students to get a foot in the door without experience or connections. To bridge that gap, Schroeder created Project DU F.I.L.M. (Film Initiative Linking Mentors) to