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Alum's book looks at human trafficking

"What Slaveholders Think"

Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick

When it comes to human trafficking, political sociologist Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick, an alumnus of DU's Josef Korbel School of International Studies, can list numerous titles chronicling the experiences of victims. "But the perpetrator's story is not ever told," he says. His new book remedies that. Learn more

The women who made Colorado history

Exhibit shares inspiring stories

Helen Bonfils

A new exhibit sponsored by DU's Colorado Women's College showcases a host of women — including Helen Bonfils, pictured above — who have pioneered change throughout Colorado's history. On loan from the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame, the exhibit runs at three campus locations from March 27 to June 26. Learn more

Inspiring curiosity about the world

DU hosts Colorado State Bee

geographic bee

On March 31, 100 of Colorado's top geography students in grades four through eight will gather at DU to test their knowledge as part of the Colorado State Bee. The winner will qualify for the National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C., in May.

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April: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Best-selling author to speak

"Missoula" book cover

Jon Krakauer, author of a best-selling book about a sexual assault crisis at the University of Montana, comes to campus to share his insights on the troubling problem of rape among college students. His appearance is part of DU's programming for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

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