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James J. Waring Limited Editions Collection

Exhibit runs through June 30 – Anderson Academic Commons, upper level

James J. Waring, MD (1883-1962) was an internist, professor and scholar, and his love for learning went far beyond the bounds of medicine. He enjoyed a wide range of subjects, including poetry, Western history, science fiction and literature. 

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REDUCTION/REVELATION: VISUALIZING DATA FROM THE DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN REGIONAL ENGLISH

Exhibit runs through July 19 – Anderson Academic Commons, Special Collections (room 101)

Reduction/Revelation explores two approaches to data visualization from a single source –words and phrases from the Dictionary of American Regional English (DARE). In the dictionary, DARE researchers used map graphics to summarize and represent lingual differences across states. Artist Carrie Roy approaches the visualization of this same data differently. Roy reveals the regional variations of specific words through sculpture. Her artworks create a tangible, visceral information experience, reminding us of the importance of human connection and creativity in understanding data.

MAPPING IN THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY: PICTORIAL MAPS OF THE 20TH CENTURY EXHIBIT

Exhibit runs through July 26 – Anderson Academic Commons, upper level

The 1920s ushered in a new style of cartography that almost caricatures traditional maps. Designed by modern artists, these maps were created for tourism, commercial advertising, or to illustrate the news and other themes. Known as “Pictorial Maps,” they integrated narrative, geography and a sense of humor in a way that was both useful and visually striking. This exhibit, drawn from the private collection of Wesley Brown, follows the innovative style of pictorial mapping from the 1920s through the 1980s. 

Spotlight on Dance in Denver

Exhibit runs throughout the summer – Anderson Academic Commons, upper level, near room 370

Spotlight on Dance in Denver celebrates the many acclaimed national and international dance groups that impresario Arthur M. Oberfelder assembled for performances in Denver in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.

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Ongoing Book Sale

Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. – Book Stack, Mary Reed Building

Over 40,000 quality books for sale at the Book Stack, a used bookstore run by volunteers, located on the main level of the Mary Reed Building. All proceeds benefit University Libraries. 

Hockey Select-A-Seat: Top seven reasons to buy DU Hockey season tickets

Thursday, June 25, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. – Magness Arena, Ritchie Center

This is the first chance for new hockey season ticket holders to get an exact season ticket location and secure “Battle on Blake” tickets before the general public! During the Select-A-Seat event, you can choose your seats from the available season ticket locations, which will be marked throughout the arena. Secure your seat and meet the DU hockey team, coaches and staff. The Pioneers look to win 20 or more games for the 12th consecutive season and get back to the NCAA Tournament for the ninth consecutive year.

Top seven reasons to buy DU Hockey season tickets at Select-A-Seat

  1. Receive priority access to purchase tickets to “Battle on Blake”
  2. Season ticket holders save 20 percent or more off walk-up ticket prices
  3. Guarantee your seats to North Dakota, Michigan State and Notre Dame
  4. Four-month payment plan
  5. Four NHL draft picks on current roster plus all juniors from 2014-15 are returning for 2015-16, including team captain and leader Grant Arnold
  6. Receive two free Gold Club passes for the Oct. 4 exhibition game vs. Calgary if you purchase on June 25
  7. Priority access to purchase 2016 DU Lacrosse tickets before the public

For more information about Denver hockey season tickets or the 2015 Select-A-Seat event, please call 303-871-2336 or visit  www.DenverPioneers.com/tickets .

Café Foresight: High Impact Innovation in Higher Education

Tuesday, June 30, 10 a.m. – Anderson Academic Commons, Special Events Room

These are times of profound disruption in higher education. Where can institutions find the value that a new generation of students expects from college education? Which new technology or service will provide competitive edge to your institution?

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Sixth Annual Carillon Summer Recital Series: Carol Jickling Lens

Carol Jickling Lens

Sunday, July 5, 7 p.m. – Williams Carillon (rain or shine)

Enjoy the sounds of our bells on a beautiful Colorado summer evening! For this concert only, a camera in the playing cabin will broadcast on a screen below so you can see how the carillon is played. The tower will also be open for tours after the recital.

Concerts continue alternate Sundays through Aug. 16; see the full schedule.

Newman Center Presents faculty and staff pre-sale

NCP logoJuly 6-12

Purchase your tickets for next season’s  Newman Center Presents  performances during the DU faculty and staff pre-sale! As a DU faculty or staff member you receive a 20 percent discount and have a chance to score the best seats before they go on sale to the general public. To redeem this special offer, bring your Pioneer ID to the Newman Center Box Office between July 6-12, or enter code FSNCP15 at www.newmantix.com/promo. Offer expires at 11:59 p.m. on July 12.

Second Annual DU Night at the Rockies

Friday, July 24 – Tuaca Terrace Deck on The Rooftop, Coors Field
Dinner: 4:30 p.m.
Game: 6:40 p.m.

Calling all Pioneer alumni, parents and friends! Please join us for an evening of baseball and mingling with fellow Pioneers! When you purchase tickets through DU, you will enjoy a delicious buffet meal with cash bar for two hours prior to the game. Get your tickets before they sell out!