Daniels alums take their favorite Denver restaurant home to Kuwait Daniels alums take their favorite Denver restaurant home to Kuwait
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Brazilian dance troupe offers free public workshop Monday on campus Brazilian dance troupe offers free public workshop Monday on campus
University College student prepares to compete in National Senior Games University College student prepares to compete in National Senior Games

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Daniels alums take their favorite Denver restaurant home to Kuwait

Daniels alums take their favorite Denver restaurant home to Kuwait

Two University of Denver graduates have taken Park Burger to the Middle East. The Denver burger chain opened its first franchise in Kuwait in April, and the restaurant’s success could lead to more locations outside Colorado. The 1,400-square-foot store cost about $500,000 to open, according to co-owner Abdullah Alghanem (BSBA […]

Unique business case competition puts focus on diversity

Great minds think alike! Or maybe they did once, but certainly not any more. Savvy business leaders have retired that adage — along with the three-martini lunch and the gents-only boardroom. They know that in today’s global marketplace, thinking alike is a prescription for obsolescence and that different perspectives, experiences […]

Engineering lecturer honored for work with Native American students

In the 1980s, when Bob Whitman was pursuing his master’s degree in engineering at Colorado State University, he was one of only two Native American students in the entire school. “I decided I needed to do something about this and try to influence young Native Americans to pursue science and […]

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DU art professors contribute to Denver’s Biennial of the Americas

Along with 60-plus artists from nine countries, the two world-renowned artists from DU were invited to contribute a piece to “Now? Now!,” the biennial’s central exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, which runs through Aug. 30.

Chancellor Chopp brings educator’s voice to Aspen Ideas Festival

University of Denver Chancellor Rebecca Chopp attended the 2015 Aspen Ideas Festival as one of 28 emerging leaders selected by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations as their 2015 Arthur Vining Davis Aspen Fellows. Chopp joined other fellows at the annual conference, which ran June 25 through July 4 in Aspen, […]

Brazilian dance troupe offers free public workshop Monday on campus

Brazilian dance troupe offers free public workshop Monday on campus

As part of its visit to Denver in conjunction with the citywide Biennial of the Americas arts and ideas festival, Brazilian dance company Companhia Urbana de Dança (CUD) will host a  free public dance workshop on the University of Denver campus on Monday, July 13, starting at 4:30 p.m., at […]

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 recognized the constitutional right of same-sex couples to marry. Her current scholarship explores the equal protection claims of children of same-sex […]