Young voters long have been underrepresented at the polls. But with millions of college-age voters up for grabs, the youth vote could turn the tide in the 2004 presidential election.
Archive for September, 2004
A new campaign aims to boost students’ writing skills throughout the disciplines.
A new partnership is giving DU students access to a world-class collection of contemporary art.
Nutritious food offerings abound on campus, but DU students typically choose quick over healthy.
Late one muggy August night in 2001, four grown men boarded a New Jersey roller coaster called the Dragon Wagon and buckled up for the ride. There was only one problem: The Dragon Wagon is a kiddie coaster and couldn’t pull the weight. So, two men got out and pushed. […]
Behind the scenes, a winning sports medicine team helps the Pioneers shine.
Imagine you want to arrange a meeting in Denver. You are looking for a beautiful facility, managed by knowledgeable staff, with well-appointed conference rooms, good food and professional service. Soon, you will find that facility on the University of Denver campus. In August, DU’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism […]
Thank you so very much for arranging for me to get 30 copies of your wonderful issue [summer 2004] of the University of Denver Magazine. The cover, the graphic of the map of Africa [“Seeds of Change”], the heart-wrenching story of Mutuma and Beatrice [“Hope in the Heart of Africa”], […]
It’s said that great minds think alike, so it’s clear that Colorado’s women and girls have a couple of great minds working on their behalf. At the same time that Dean Michele “Mike” Bloom was dreaming of a grander home for DU’s Women’s College, Merle Catherine Chambers, LLM ’84, was […]
After more than a century of change and construction of a new building, the University of Denver’s Women’s College has found its niche.