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  • Companhia Urbana de DançaAs part of the Biennial of the Americas, The Newman Center Presents sponsors Denver's introduction to Companhia Urbana de Dança.
  • Lives of humans and animalsIn Kenya, social work students discover how the lives of humans and animals intersect.
  • Holi FestivalAt the Holi Festival, sponsored by the South Asian Student Association and DU Programming Board, happiness is spread through color.
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The same-sex marriage decision

crimson questions

Along with three co-authors, Professor Catherine Smith of the Sturm College of Law wrote an amicus brief cited in the Supreme Court’s majority decision on same-sex marriage. Smith takes a close look at the ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges and its ramifications.

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award honors alumna's work in Kenya

"On a search for a solution"

Karambu Ringera

In town to accept the Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award from the Divisions of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Karambu Ringera, founder of International Peace Initiatives, sat down with the University of Denver Magazine to discuss her approach to problem solving.

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music, dance, film and more  

A busy summer calendar

CUD of Brazil

From conferences to concerts, from exhibits to film screenings, the summer offers plenty of arts and cultural programs, including a performance by Brazil's Companhia Urbana de Danca, pictured above, at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts.  

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researchers tackle autism challenges 

Enlisting the help of robots 

Nao and Bobbie

An interdisciplinary faculty-student research team based out of the Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science is exploring whether humanoid robots can improve social and communication skills in children with autism disorders.

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