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Exhibit gives a face to a troubling issue

Hunger in our backyard

hunger poster

Nearly one in seven Coloradans struggles with hunger. A new exhibit at DU's Museum of Anthropology features photography by local individuals who experience hunger—putting real stories to the overwhelming statistics surrounding hunger.

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Black History Month

Making history through music

Charlie Burrell

Historians know bassist and DU alumnus Charlie Burrell as the Jackie Robinson of classical music — one of the first black artists to overcome the color barrier in symphony orchestras.

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bolstering the psyche of a nation

German mountain films

german mountains

Associate Professor Wilfried Wilms studies the development of the German phenomenon of mountain films in the years after World War I. "The hugely popular films projected health, virility and masculinity at a time when the German nation was experiencing defeat and humiliation," he explains.

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locally, nationally and internationally

Sharing knowledge and insight

faculty in the news

In newspapers and magazines, on radio and television shows, via blog posts and social media commentary, DU faculty members share their expertise and help us make sense of an often confusing world.

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