Alumni Connections

A decade ago, when the University of Denver hosted the first debate in the 2012 presidential campaign, students were essential to the preparations. At a dress rehearsal for the big showdown, Dia Mohamed (BS ‘16), pictured at right, and Zach Gonzales (BA ’13) stood in for Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney. A photo of the two of them appeared on the front page of The New York Times the next day.

Alumni profiles

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...

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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...

Class notes

Class Notes Fall 2022

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

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