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A draft of the University's strategic plan 

Have your say: DU Impact 2025

DU students

How can the University of Denver best fulfill its mission in a fast-changing world? A draft of the University’s strategic plan offers a vision for the next decade. Over the coming weeks, the University seeks your feedback.

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The Museum of Anthropology 

"Histories Beyond Homeland"

Melanie Yazzie's work

As part of the 12th annual Indigenous Film and Arts Festival, the Museum of Anthropology showcases the work of artist Melanie Yazzie, who explores the social, cultural and political phenomena that shape the lives of Native peoples in the U.S. The exhibit runs Oct. 8 to Nov. 24. 

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Connecting with art and culture

Olga Garcia

Always focused on making a positive impact, University College alumna Olga Garcia champions the Museo de Las Americas, the Denver-based museum and community center dedicated to Latino art and culture. 

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diverse, high-achieving and Pioneer proud 

Meet the Class of 2019 

Class of 2019

Numbering 1,430 students, the Class of 2019 represents one of the University’s most ethnically and geographically diverse to date. It also is one of the most academically accomplished classes in DU history.

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