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Denver vies to host international event

DU aids bid for Gay Games

Gay Games

The University of Denver is one of three higher education partners helping the Mile High City pursue hosting the Gay Games in August 2022. The event occurs every four years and could pump more than $50 million into Denver's economy.

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As holiday approaches, remembering MLK

The civil rights leader at DU

MLK holiday

Martin Luther King Jr. visited the DU campus twice, first in 1964 and then in 1967. His first appearance came just before he won the Nobel Peace Prize and was sponsored by the Shorter Community AME Church. On his second visit, he spoke on "The Future of Integration."

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Inside the University of Denver Magazine

Destination Dharamsala

students in dharamsala

Every winter, a group of undergraduate and graduate students travels to Dharamsala, India, as part of DU's international service learning program. There, they volunteer with schools and nongovernmental organizations and immerse themselves in the area's culture, history and challenges.

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coming up: many stories; many truths

DU's 16th Diversity Summit

One DU Presents

Sponsored by One DU Presents, the University's annual Diversity Summit brings students, faculty, staff and community members together to foster inclusive excellence on campus and in society at large. The summit is scheduled for Jan. 19–20.

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