Fall 2022

Checking in on the kids

In this issue...

Checking in on the kids

How are the youngest among us faring as COVID-19 becomes endemic? Few adults have emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic...

DU introduces a refreshed brand

When it comes to brand identity, the University of Denver has more than 150 years of achievements and service to draw on. 

Art with a DU signature

No matter where you turn in downtown Denver, you’re sure to encounter creative works with DU DNA.  Start with...

Departments

A scholar’s family legacy colors his work on peace and sustainability

Aug. 6, 1945, Hiroshima, Japan.  For 3-year-old Shinichi Tetsutani,...

A new athletics director suits up to lead the Pioneers through challenges and changes 

The landscape of college athletics is changing. Dramatically. The creation of superconferences...

A performing arts series celebrates 20 years of creating community connections

Two decades ago, Denver’s arts scene became a lot more vibrant when...

A green roof brings beauty and eco benefits to the Community Commons

Green roofs—idyllic retreats located at the top of buildings—have become a popular...

With her new book, a professor urges readers to see violence against women as ‘our common cause’

In two decades of work as a trauma psychologist and researcher, Anne...

New titles ponder pressing problems and life experiences

The far-reaching effects of violence against women 

Online Exclusives

Denver 101: Activist Corky Gonzales left his mark all over the Mile High City

It’s not often that a public agency names a site in honor...

With her new book, a professor urges readers to see violence against women as ‘our common cause’

In two decades of work as a trauma psychologist and researcher, Anne...

BANDALOOP brings vertical dance to DU and Denver

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Robert and Judi Newman...

Alumnus’ tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. graces Denver’s City Park

DU’s artistic influence extends well beyond downtown Denver. In City Park, for...

From a savvy finance professor: 5 tips for surviving inflation

As you and your malnourished wallet are surely aware by now, inflation...

Undergraduate researcher Ashley Sanchez is one to watch

Undergraduate research, study-abroad programs and close proximity to her family are why...

A DU psychology professor offers tips to families for managing financial stress

After more than two years of pandemic-fueled economic disruption, Americans are being...

Online Exclusives

Alumni Connections

Class Notes Fall 2022

1954 Bertlen Turner (BA ’52, JD ’54) has retired as assistant district attorney of Washington County, New York, after...

The Innovators

Daniel Craig (BA ’99) For architect and alumnus Dan Craig of Shears Adkins Rockmore (SAR+) Architects, joining the team...

The Innovators

Audrey Ng (BA ’17) “Definitely not linear!” That’s how DU alumna Audrey Ng describes the path...

Standing in for the 2012 presidential candidates

Zach Gonzales (BA ’13) After a full year of around-the-clock preparation and planning, Oct. 3, 2012, finally dawned. The...

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