In Kenya, students discover how the lives of humans and animals intersect In Kenya, students discover how the lives of humans and animals intersect
Senior Samantha Corea leaves as DU’s most decorated swimmer Senior Samantha Corea leaves as DU’s most decorated swimmer
Men’s lacrosse advances to Championship Weekend with 15-13 victory over Ohio State Men’s lacrosse advances to Championship Weekend with 15-13 victory over Ohio State
Freshman skier named best in the country Freshman skier named best in the country

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Senior Samantha Corea leaves as DU’s most decorated swimmer

Senior Samantha Corea leaves as DU’s most decorated swimmer

Some exceptional athletes have the talent and skill simply to show up and upstage the opposition, but University of Denver swimmer Samantha Corea’s progression is a model that can be beneficial to all. Her accomplishments, in and out of the pool, are the product of an age-old recipe for success: […]

Psychology student capitalizes on internships, volunteer opportunities for career insight

Kendra Weed watched intently as a mother told her daughter she was pregnant with another little girl. “It was a really emotional moment because the daughter broke down in tears fearing that her mother would love the new baby more and forget about her,” says Weed, a junior psychology major […]

Men’s lacrosse advances to Championship Weekend with 15-13 victory over Ohio State

Men’s lacrosse advances to Championship Weekend with 15-13 victory over Ohio State

For the fourth time in five years, the University of Denver men’s lacrosse team will take part in NCAA Championship Weekend. The Pioneers punched their ticket to the semifinals Saturday afternoon, defeating Ohio State 15-13 in front of 13,076 fans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The crowd was […]

Freshman skier named best in the country

Freshman skier named best in the country

University of Denver skier Monica Hübner has been named the National Women’s Alpine Skier of the Year by the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association (USCSCA). Hübner, who came to DU from Garmisch-Partenkrichen, Germany, dazzled in her freshman season for the Pioneers, culminating with a dramatic victory in the women’s […]

Alumna Helen Driscoll dies at age 90

University of Denver alumna Helen Driscoll died on April 15. She was 90 years old. Helen was the wife of DU professor Bill Driscoll, namesake of the Driscoll Student Center. Helen was born in 1924 in Denver. After graduating from East High School, she enrolled at DU in 1944. She […]

Computer science professor finishes BFA after 14 years

Computer science professor finishes BFA after 14 years

Every year, the School of Art and Art History’s annual BFA show spotlights the work of graduating seniors who have spent the past three to five years working on their craft. This year’s BFA exhibit — “Threshold,” running May 14–June 6 — also features work by an artist who has […]

Ed Estlow was named honorary life trustee on Jan. 16.

Honorary Life Trustee Ed Estlow dies at age 95

Ed Estlow — a 1942 graduate of the University of Denver who was recognized by the institution as an honorary life trustee in 2014 — has died at age 95. A standout athlete and scholar during his time at DU, Estlow went on to a long and successful career in […]

Men’s lacrosse beats Brown, advances to play Ohio State May 16 at Mile High

Men’s lacrosse beats Brown, advances to play Ohio State May 16 at Mile High

Sophomore Connor Cannizzaro scored five goals to lead the No. 4 seed University of Denver men’s lacrosse team to a 15-9 win over Brown in the NCAA Tournament First Round on Sunday afternoon at a sold-out Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium on the DU campus. Denver advances to play Ohio State […]

Professor’s work sheds light on Islam, past and present

While most Americans catch news updates of crisis in the Middle East sporadically, Andrea Stanton has her finger on the pulse of the region. The assistant professor of Islamic studies regularly has a browser page opened to Al Jazeera’s live stream. Her interest in the region runs from its history […]

Working for justice: Denver Law students assist with asylum cases on the border

Students at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law have stepped forward to assist Central American women and children who have fled devastating violence in their home countries to seek asylum in the United States. In late 2014, Sturm students Sean Ays and Jessica Rehms put their legal education […]