Autumn Splendor

College campuses seem to have been designed with fall and falling leaves in mind. At the University of Denver, our wandering brick paths and elegant buildings are at their best in autumn light. The season may herald the waning months of the year, but for students, faculty and staff, fall marks the beginning of another academic adventure.

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