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Swimming and diving teams turn in championship seasons

Swimming and diving teams turn in championship seasons

The University of Denver swimming and diving teams finished the 2013–14 season on a high note: as Summit League Champions and with two All-Americans. As a testament to the success of the season, two Pioneer swimmers made it to the NCAA Championships. Junior Samantha Corea finished seventh in the finals of […]

Summer Commencement scheduled for Aug. 15

Summer 2014 Commencement will be held at 8:30 a.m. Friday, August 15, on Graduation Green. The speaker will be Michael Keables, interim dean of the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Denver. For those unable to attend, live video of the ceremony will be […]

Daniels College instructor creates scholarship for business students

Ed Fronapfel helps shape the lives of University of Denver students both as an adjunct professor at the Daniels College of Business and as a donor to scholarship funds that help Daniels students succeed. Fronapfel, a licensed engineer in more than 25 states, has been engaged in design and construction […]

DU at 150: The birth of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies

DU at 150: The birth of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies

Few would have chastised Korbel had he chosen to focus on what might have been. As a rising star in the Czechoslovakian government in the 1930s and 1940s, Korbel likely would have had an exemplary diplomatic career but for the Nazi invasion that forced him to flee to London in 1939 and the Communist coup three years after his return that led to his immigration to the United States in 1948.

Pioneers men’s tennis: year in review

The University of Denver men’s tennis team finished its season with a 12-11 overall record, touting a 5-0 record in Summit League Play and collecting both the regular season and conference championship titles. The No. 1 seed team made it a dual championship season as it battled to a 4-1 […]

Ritchie’s $1 million gift to Lamont is matched by DU

A $1 million commitment to the University of Denver from Chancellor Emeritus Daniel Ritchie will be matched by the University to provide a total of $2 million in scholarship support for graduate students in the Lamont School of Music. The Jessie Dee Ritchie Endowed Graduate Scholarship Fund for Music is […]

Four-year scholarship fosters socially responsible citizens

Engagement. Leadership. Drive. The Puksta Scholars Program at the University of Denver requires its scholars to focus on three core concepts: building public relationships, embodying civic leadership, and devoting themselves to public work. The Puksta Scholars Program is a four-year developmental civic program that awards scholarships to first-year students who […]

Men’s hoopster Chris Udofia selected by Houston Rockets summer team

Men’s hoopster Chris Udofia selected by Houston Rockets summer team

University of Denver men’s basketball standout Chris Udofia will have an opportunity to continue his playing career at the next level. The 6-foot-6 Udofia has accepted an offer to join the Houston Rockets Summer League team, which will begin play on Saturday in Orlando, Fla. The Rockets Summer League team […]

ASCEND campaign gift funds collaborative space for computer science

ASCEND campaign gift funds collaborative space for computer science

Now, with their new gift to the ASCEND campaign — one that bolsters the computer science program — the Newmans are hoping to further engage the minds and talents of University of Denver students. Their generous gift helps fund the construction of the computer science floor in the new home of the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science.

DU at 150: Mary Reed was DU’s Lady Bountiful

DU at 150: Mary Reed was DU’s Lady Bountiful

The only thing most people know about Mary Reed is that her ghost is said to haunt the DU building that bears her name. But there is more to her story. Born in Bucyrus, Ohio, on Oct. 8, 1875, Mary Dean Johnson traveled to Colorado in the late 1800s, met […]