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A DU study finds that justice eludes millions of Americans

A blindfolded woman wields a sword in one hand and dangles a set of scales in the other, in statuary symbolizing justice...

Via a residency at Denver Botanic Gardens, DU artists make horticultural connections

Laleh Mehran and Chris Coleman are partners in life and art. They’re professors in DU’s Emergent Digital Practices program, a groundbreaking fusion...

A writing and research class puts words to work in a local classroom

A writing and research class puts words to work in a local classroom For years, Heather Martin and...

Whether skiing for Team USA or the Pioneers, Katie Hensien dreams big

Shooting hoops in the gym, every kid dreams of hitting a game-winning three-point basket just as the buzzer sounds. On the baseball...

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Triumph on Ice

The men’s hockey team captures its 9th national championship. There’s a beautiful full-circle view from Cloud Nine. And the...

Buried in Plastic

An escalating problem calls for collaboration and creative solutions. At GFL Environmental in Denver, paper, plastic, aluminum and miscellaneous...

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It’s time to recommit to civil discourse and free speech

We’re living, learning and teaching in a time when our relationship with discourse and debate is increasingly fraught. Everywhere, including in higher...

What will the days ahead bring? Let the anticipation begin 

Spring is all about anticipation. Buds promising flowers. Bare limbs yielding to green leaves. All winter, I anticipate warm weather. And for...

Study shows that DU’s MotherWise program strengthens relationships 

Nearly 500 local women a year spend six weeks in a MotherWise program created in 2015 by the University of Denver and...

New Immigration Center opens at DU

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