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DU alumni find resilience—and even hope—in the midst of a pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended lives, businesses and relationships across the world. Companies and nonprofits are making big changes to the way they do business; students of all ages — and their teachers — are adjusting to online learning; and social distancing has altered everything from weddings and graduations to concerts and theater productions. Through it all, people in nearly every part of society are looking for ways to help.

DU alumni are answering the call in a variety of ways, looking for opportunities to assist their own communities as well as the world beyond their walls. From educators and nonprofit administrators to restaurant owners and entrepreneurs, click through our list for a look at how 10 alumni are stepping up to meet the challenges of the coronavirus crisis.

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