Alumni Connections

In November 1973, the University of Denver opened the Black Cultural Center at 2041 S. Race St. DU alumnus Moses Brewer (MA ’71) returned to campus to work in student affairs and help staff the facility. According to an account in The Clarion, the cultural center had “a library of black history, poems and novels and a lounge where students can study and rap in a relaxed atmosphere.”

Alumni profiles

Brewer and philanthropist

Betsy Lay (BA ’04) Betsy Lay remembers her first craft beer. She thought it was disgusting.

DU alumnus writes to help people heal

Howard Bronson (BA ’75) Once a shy kid trying to find his way, alumnus Howard Bronson is now an...

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Class notes

Class Notes Spring 2022

1947 Eleanor Herz Swent (MA ’47) has published her first book, “One Shot for Gold: Developing a Modern Mine...

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