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Islander’s diverse experiences fuel interest in business degree

From volcanoes to the Rockies, surfing to skiing, beaches to blizzards, there aren’t many places in the United States that are more different from Colorado than Hawaii. These are just some of the changes that first-year student Bram Paikuli can expect as he makes the move from his home on […]

First-year business major Bryan Yoshida has international aspirations

First-year business major Bryan Yoshida has international aspirations

The first year of college is inevitably different for every student. While some arrive on campus unsure of what the next four years has in store for them, others, like Bryan Yoshida, have a very clear picture of what they want to get out of their college experience. “I want […]

Sturm College of Law adds master of legal studies program

The University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law has added another degree to its curricular roster. The Master of Legal Studies (MLS) program, which can completed in as little as one year, is designed for graduate students and professionals whose careers would be enriched by the study of law, the […]

First-year student shows entrepreneurial spirit

While the use of tablets and smartphones has become commonplace in the world of academia and business, first-year University of Denver student Zach Burmeister found a way to take things one step further. For the last year, Burmeister has been developing and testing his own set of iPad applications called […]

University College graduate is the brains behind one of Denver’s oldest craft breweries

University College graduate is the brains behind one of Denver’s oldest craft breweries

As the sheer number of Colorado craft breweries at Denver’s annual Great American Beer Festival (GABF) makes clear, the state has become a mecca for microbrewers. More than 125 Colorado breweries — out of some 700 nationwide — are taking part in the 2014 GABF, which runs Oct. 2–4 at […]

4 Noses Brewing Co. hoping to smell success at the Great American Beer Festival

4 Noses Brewing Co. hoping to smell success at the Great American Beer Festival

More than 125 Colorado breweries are taking part in the 2014 Great American Beer Festival (GABF), running Oct. 2–4 at the Colorado Convention Center. Among them is Broomfield-based 4 Noses Brewing Co., owned by University of Denver alumnus Tommy Bibliowicz (BSBA ’10). A true family affair, 4 Noses was started […]

Sturm College of Law’s Randy Wagner will be honored for volunteer activities at DU

Sturm College of Law’s Randy Wagner will be honored for volunteer activities at DU

“People at the University of Denver like to say that we’re siloed,” says Randy Wagner, administrative director of strategic initiatives at the Sturm College of Law. “People are working so hard that they don’t get around campus to see what’s going on, but you can do it, and lots of […]

Korbel Professor Haider Khan to receive University’s highest award at Convocation

Korbel Professor Haider Khan to receive University’s highest award at Convocation

Although he has made his name and reputation in what wags call the “dismal science,” Professor Haider Khan of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies is downright exuberant about human potential.

Convocation awards will recognize faculty excellence

The University of Denver prizes research that benefits the public good and teaching that transforms the lives of students. Purposeful research and inspired teaching are celebrated each year with an awards presentation at the fall Convocation ceremony, scheduled this year for Thursday, Oct. 2, in Magness Arena. In addition to […]

Myhren Gallery exhibit celebrates the art of the psychedelic rock poster

Myhren Gallery exhibit celebrates the art of the psychedelic rock poster

Full of vivid colors, geometric whimsy, classic American iconography and often nearly indecipherable lettering, the San Francisco rock posters of the 1960s were the visual equivalent of the exploratory sounds of bands like the Grateful Dead, Santana, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Big Brother and the Holding Company. “Visual Trips: The […]