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In support of the arts and education

Alumna's gift tops $3 million

Marilyn Stein

A $3.2 million estate gift from the late Marilyn Stein will fund arts and early childhood education programming at DU. A DU alumna and a Denver native, Stein was a kindergarten teacher who cared deeply about her impact on young lives.

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DU's chapter of the Roosevelt Institute

Advocating for changes in policy

Morgan Smith

Morgan Smith, a sophomore majoring in public policy and economics, helped to form DU's chapter of the Roosevelt Institute — a New York-based nonpartisan political think tank — to foster increased political engagement on campus.

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Beck Archives preserves region's history

Revisiting the Fashion Bar

Fashion Bar

Drawing on the Beck Memorial Archives of Rocky Mountain Jewish History, a DU scholar has chronicled the retailing adventures of Jack and Hannah Levy, creators of Denver's once-famous, now-defunct Fashion Bar retail chain.

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Graduates of 2016: Ready to rock

Headed for Harvard Law

Gabe Levin

Hockey player and finance major Gabe Levin helped the Pioneers advance to the Frozen Four this year — all while maintaining a 3.961 GPA during his senior season. Next up: putting his DU education to work at Harvard Law.

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