Alumni Connections

As the nation celebrates the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, it’s good to remember that, from its earliest days, the University of Denver recognized the intellectual capacity of women students. In this image from the 1890s, students in an algebra class take a break from unknown variables to pose for the camera.

Alumni profiles

The Music Makers: Song Spinner Lilly Hiatt

When you’re the daughter of a highly regarded, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, a career in music can seem like destiny. College might be an...

Persistent Scholar Harold Franklin

In the 1960s and ’70s, Harold Franklin (MA ’76) struggled to find his place in the world of academia. All that changed...

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Law students serve Native Americans and their families through Tribal Wills Project

On Native American reservations across the country, wills and the lawyers who help make them are typically regarded with distrust and sometimes...

A 2016 election postmortem

“Stunning” is the word Seth Masket uses to describe Nov. 8, 2016.  As he watched news reports announce Donald...

Denver sports fans have a new team to cheer

For the first time in more than two decades, the University of Denver is adding a new intercollegiate varsity sport. Denver is...

Class notes

Class Notes: Fall 2020

1966 and 1968 Albert White Albert White (BSBA ’68), who has extensive experience advising some...

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