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  • Commencement Countdown to Commencement: As the academic year comes to a close, it's time to celebrate the graduates of 2017.
  • lacrosse sendoff Head coach Bill Tierney and the men's lacrosse team hope to make history this championship weekend. Good luck Denver Pioneers!
  • Denver advantage The Denver Advantage: In the interests of creating a holistic student experience, the University embarks on three campus projects to address pressing needs in student housing, career development and community building.
  • Ashlyn Stewart For students like Ashlyn Stewart, eager for intellectual challenges, DU's Honors Program provides "a community of scholars."

 

Crowdfunding to transform tomorrow

DU gives big!

One Day for DU

With One Day for DU, the Pioneer community demonstrated its pride in the University's work. About 2,100 donors raised $340,000, exceeding the goal of 2,000 donors and $200,000.

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Summer internships in aerospace

Destination NASA

NASA logo

Maddy Drosendahl and Racheal Erhard, students at the Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science, will spend the summer interning at NASA. The experience is made possible by their work in DU's Unmanned Systems Research Institute.

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Alumni shaping the Mile High City

Adding pizzazz to the jazz scene

Nicole Mattson

Two years ago, alumna Nicole Mattson and her husband opened an upscale jazz club in Denver's River North neighborhood. Already, the club has received accolades from music lovers far and wide.

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Meet the graduates of 2017

The rewards of computing

Kendell Weistroffer

As a computer science major, Kendall Weistroffer learned to put her varied skills to work on a wide array of challenges, including developing a video game to help students studying Hebrew improve their language skills.

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