Campus & Community

First-year business major Bryan Yoshida has international aspirations

First-year business major Bryan Yoshida has international aspirations

The first year of college is inevitably different for every student. While some arrive on campus unsure of what the next four years has in store for them, others, like Bryan Yoshida, have a very clear picture of what they want to get out of their college experience. “I want […]

Sturm College of Law’s Randy Wagner will be honored for volunteer activities at DU

Sturm College of Law’s Randy Wagner will be honored for volunteer activities at DU

“People at the University of Denver like to say that we’re siloed,” says Randy Wagner, administrative director of strategic initiatives at the Sturm College of Law. “People are working so hard that they don’t get around campus to see what’s going on, but you can do it, and lots of […]

Myhren Gallery exhibit celebrates the art of the psychedelic rock poster

Myhren Gallery exhibit celebrates the art of the psychedelic rock poster

Full of vivid colors, geometric whimsy, classic American iconography and often nearly indecipherable lettering, the San Francisco rock posters of the 1960s were the visual equivalent of the exploratory sounds of bands like the Grateful Dead, Santana, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Big Brother and the Holding Company. “Visual Trips: The […]

University Advancement to receive 2014 Quality Department Award

University Advancement celebrated the successful close of ASCEND: the Campaign for the University of Denver in June. The eight-year fundraising effort generated nearly $490 million in gifts from more than 48,000 members of the University of Denver community (including more than 26,000 donors who had never before given to DU). […]

CME’s Debbie Mixon Mitchell to receive Outstanding Service Award at Convocation

CME’s Debbie Mixon Mitchell to receive Outstanding Service Award at Convocation

A passionate advocate of equity and inclusion, Debbie Mixon Mitchell is a constant example of what it means to be caring, responsive, courteous and accountable to others. Mitchell currently serves as director of diversity recruiting in the Center for Multicultural Excellence, where her work encouraging transparent and inclusive hiring practices […]

Groundbreaking ceremony celebrates new building for Josef Korbel School

Groundbreaking ceremony celebrates new building for Josef Korbel School

The University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies began a new era Tuesday with the ceremonial groundbreaking on the Anna and John J. Sie International Relations Complex — a new campus building made possible by a $17 million donation from the Anna and John J. Sie Foundation. “We […]

STEMosphere event offers free science activities for students and families

Rube Goldberg construction competitions, human-powered snow cone and pancake machines, and demonstrations of underwater robotics all are part of the fun at STEMosphere, a free hands-on science and technology expo open to students, families and the community. The event takes place from 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, in the Daniel […]

Diverse and high-achieving: the Class of 2018

With the start of fall quarter in early September, the University of Denver welcomed the 1,436-member Class of 2018 to campus. “This is one of the most diverse classes we’ve had, so we’re pretty excited about it,” says Tom Willoughby, vice chancellor for enrollment. Twenty percent of first-year students identify […]

Tuesday marks groundbreaking for new Korbel building

Tuesday marks groundbreaking for new Korbel building

Former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice (BA ’74, PhD ’81) will take part Tuesday in a ceremonial groundbreaking for a new building for the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. The ceremony begins at 8 a.m. on the new building site behind Cherrington Hall. Denver philanthropists Anna and John J. Sie […]

DU at 150: Campus was affected by 9/11 attacks

DU at 150: Campus was affected by 9/11 attacks

On Sept. 11, 2001, DU lost three of its own in the deadliest terrorist attack ever on American soil: Kathryn (LaBorie) Yancey-Salazar (attd. ’77) was a flight attendant on United Flight 175, which hit the south tower of the World Trade Center; Robert Ploger III (BA ’65) and Mari-Rae Sopper (JD ’96) were passengers on American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon.