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  • Performing artsThe University's lively performing arts scene puts the spotlight on student talent.
  • Study abroadWith undergraduates studying in 55 countries around the globe, DU ranks No. 1 in the percentage of students participating in study-abroad programs.

earth month at DU 

Going green across campus

Earth Month

The University’s many Earth Month activities wrap up on April 25 with the sixth annual Sustainability Summit. The summit brings the DU community and other Colorado universities together to foster collaboration, innovation and action.  

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2015 Capstone Festival 

Senior productions on stage

capstone festival

Every spring, theater students channel all their dramatic know-how into the annual Senior Capstone Festival, a 14-day whirlwind of short productions selected and directed by graduating thespians.

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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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a showcase for student talent 

"The Merry Wives of Windsor"

"The Merry Wives of Windsor"

The Lamont Opera Theatre and Lamont Symphony Orchestra
 present 
Otto Nicolai's exuberant opera based on Shakespeare's famous comedy. It runs from April 16–19 at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts.

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