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Artists respond to Sand Creek massacre

“One November Morning”

sand creek painting

“One November Morning,” on display through March 6 at the University of Denver Museum of Anthropology, is a collection of works by five Cheyenne-Arapaho artists who are descendants of victims of the Sand Creek Massacre. 

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alumna aids women and children 

Promoting peace in Pakistan

jodi Fischer in Pakistan

Alumna Jodi Fischer leads a nonprofit that aims to improve relations between the Western and Muslim worlds by providing education for children, vocational training for women and a modern-day pen pal program. 

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stunning choreography + enduring music   

Dance that dazzles

Bill T. Jones dance

The renowned Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company takes to the stage at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts Jan. 24–25. The performance also will showcase students from the Lamont School of Music.

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world languages and cultures 

Preparing for global citizenship

globe

At the University's Center for World Languages and Cultures, students can prepare for a study abroad experience, brush up on their Hindi, chat in Swahili, or learn how to ask directions in Korean.

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