Archive for June, 2005

Telling the DU story

Shhhh! Don’t tell anyone the news — not yet, anyway. The University of Denver is quietly undertaking a branding initiative. A brand befitting our University is a far cry from a hot iron on cowhide. The right brand for DU captures our essence. To make our brand, or identity, authentic, […]

DU’s hot dog man keeps hungry students fed

DU’s hot dog man keeps hungry students fed

You don’t need a business degree to know that getting a fast, hot lunch for a dollar is a pretty good deal. You just need to know where the hot dog man hangs out on campus. Jesus Diaz, a senior finance and marketing major who will graduate this June, loves […]

Editor’s note

Law students get real-world experience as members of Colorado House

Law students get real-world experience as members of Colorado House

DU law students routinely study court decisions and discuss the law’s legislative intent, but for Terrance Carroll and Andrew Romanoff, those discussions aren’t abstractions. As members of the Colorado House of Representatives, they help make the laws that their classmates study. “Law professors compare the process of legislation to the […]

The Measure of a Man

The Measure of a Man

Alumnus David Rothenberg spent decades hobnobbing with Broadway stars. But it is in championing the causes of everyday people that he has found his life’s greatest rewards.

Something in the Air

Something in the Air

Engineering Professor Chuck Wilson’s study of particulates has put him at the forefront of international atmospheric research.