University College student prepares to compete in National Senior Games University College student prepares to compete in National Senior Games
Quick Questions: Catherine Smith of the Sturm College of Law on the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage Quick Questions: Catherine Smith of the Sturm College of Law on the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage
Newman Center hosts Brazilian dance troupe’s Biennial appearances Newman Center hosts Brazilian dance troupe’s Biennial appearances
Former Daniels College dean honored for service to the University Former Daniels College dean honored for service to the University

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DU’s Publishing Institute kicks off 40th year July 12

In recent years, the once-stately book trade has reeled from one dramatic change to another — from the rise of powerful online retailers to the emergence of digital books and the downsizing of venerated publishing houses. But one thing hasn’t changed. Hundreds of impassioned book lovers want to be part […]

DU athletics takes top spot among all non-football schools

The University of Denver Athletics Department has claimed the Learfield Sports DI-AAA Directors’ Cup for the seventh time in eight years, finishing ahead of all non-football schools in the 2014-15 standings. Denver finished 49th in the overall standings with 508.75 points, marking the second straight year in which the Pioneers […]

University College student prepares to compete in National Senior Games

University College student prepares to compete in National Senior Games

University College master’s student Richard “Dick” Stewart can’t recall a time when he wasn’t getting around by bicycle. “Ever since I can remember I’ve had a bicycle,” says Stewart, 63. “I can picture the day my mother took the training wheels off my bike and cut me loose.. And I […]

Quick Questions: Catherine Smith of the Sturm College of Law on the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage

Quick Questions: Catherine Smith of the Sturm College of Law on the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage

Catherine Smith is a Sturm College of Law professor and co-author of an amicus brief cited by the Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges, the decision last week that made same-sex marriage a constitutional right. Her current scholarship explores the equal protection claims of children of same-sex parents. That scholarship […]

Newman Center hosts Brazilian dance troupe’s Biennial appearances

Newman Center hosts Brazilian dance troupe’s Biennial appearances

Denver’s dance aficionados have come to rely on the Newman Center Presents performing arts series for periodic infusions of thought-provoking fare. They’ll get their summer fix with a July 19 performance by Brazil’s upstart, street-smart Companhia Urbana de Dança (CUD). The CUD show — to be staged at the Newman […]

Communications students provide PR guidance for Denver nonprofit

For 10 weeks this spring, the head PR office for local nonprofit Slow Food Denver (SFD) was located in a classroom in DU’s Media, Film and Journalism Studies Building. As part of a spring quarter seminar, undergraduate and graduate students in the strategic communications program partnered with the nonprofit organization, […]

DU Bridge Community Garden finds new home, welcomes bees

The University of Denver Bridge Community Garden has a new home on campus, on the corner of Race Street and Iliff Avenue. The goal for the new garden is to become an experiential learning where faculty, staff and students can come to engage with one another and with DU neighbors. […]

Former Daniels College dean honored for service to the University

Former Daniels College dean honored for service to the University

James Griesemer remembers a much different University of Denver than the one we know today. “I came to DU when the University was struggling, quite seriously, with financial problems and other issues,” says the professor and dean emeritus, whose first post at DU was chief financial officer under Chancellor Dan […]

For junior Brian Ketterman, to serve is to lead

For junior Brian Ketterman, to serve is to lead

Brian Ketterman got an early introduction to the spirit of community service that is so important at the University of Denver. A member of the University’s Pioneer Leadership Program (PLP), Ketterman spent his first year on campus immersed in the idea that “to serve is to lead.” The program requires […]

Alumnus, historian Peter Gay dies at age 91

Renowned intellectual historian Peter Gay — author of more than 25 books, including a much-heralded history of the Enlightenment and a bestselling biography of Sigmund Freud — died on May 12, 2015, at the age of 91. A 1946 graduate of the University of Denver, Gay was born as Peter […]