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student co-chairs Sustainability Council 

Toward a greener DU

Mollie Doerner

Mollie Doerner brings her passion for the environment and her dedication to helping students find ways to engage to her post as the first student co-chair of the University’s Sustainability Council.  

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One of 58 students across the nation 

Junior named a Truman Scholar

Cameron Hickert

DU's Cameron Hickert has been named a 2015 Truman Scholar. With a double major in physics and international studies, he was selected from nearly 700 nominees across the nation.

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Sié Fellowship empowers studies  

Researching private security

Ben Briese

Thanks to a Sié Fellowship, graduate student Ben Briese is joining Professor Deborah Avant of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies on a research project related to the worldwide use and regulation of private military and security services.

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undaunted by injuries 

Gymnast soars in competition

Nina McGee

Despite fractures, Nina McGee captured the all-around, beam and floor titles at the 2015 Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference Championships. She went on to compete in the NCAA national championships, tying for second in the event finals on floor.

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