Community Voices Archives

Honoring the Stories of Our DU Community

In our C+V declaration, we declare our intention to “engage multiple perspectives and foster greater belonging.” We invite you to explore our archives below and listen to the voices of our DU community members.  

If you are interested in sharing your story* or if you have any questions, please email communityplusvalues@du.edu to connect.

Elevating Community Voices Through Digital Storytelling Archive

Anne Walker

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Department of Communications, Teaching Instructor

June Churchill

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Department of Physics & Astronomy

College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics

LaNaya Butler

Walid Hedidar

Sharing Experiences Archive

Staying Connected & Building Community

An Interview with Andrea Stanton, Associate Professor of Islamic Studies and Chair of the Religious Studies Department

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Read Andrea's Story

Recreating Opportunities for Community Virtually

An Interview with Emily Schosid, Sustainability Program Coordinator in the DU Center for Sustainability 

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Read Emily's Story

Reimagining Student Engagement

An Interview with Jasmine Pulce, Assistant Director, Race and Ethnicity and Affinity Group Student Support, The Cultural Center

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Read Jasmine's Story

Adapting to Online Teaching

An Interview with Sister Fred, Professor of French and Francophone Studies in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Culture  

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Read Sister Fred's Story

Creating Personal Moments Online

An Interview with Thomas Walker, Director of Inclusion & Equity in Student Affairs & Inclusive Excellence

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Read Thomas's Story

Connecting with Alumni and Donors in a Virtual World

An Interview with Wyatt Hornsby, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Creative Engagement, Advancement

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Read Wyatt's Story

Community Voices Partnerships

An ODEI & C+V Partnership Initiative

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Summit Snapshots: 20 Years of Intersectionality at DU

This year the DU's Diversity Summit turns 20. Along with the traditional presentations and panels, ODEI is happy to partner with Community + Values to create a spotlight centering the intersectionality of the DU community called "Summit Snapshots: 20 Years of Intersectionality at DU.”  

"I am from..." poems are a creative way to reflect on the many intersecting identities we all hold in the DU community. These poems allow us to contemplate the many experiences that shape the way we move about the world by guiding us through a sensory journey of some of our most memorable and influential moments in life. This project features representation from students, faculty, staff, and alumni, giving a broad picture of what it means to be part of the DU community. We invite you to read the I Am poems of our community and learn more about the authors.

Read the I Am Poems

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Share Your Story

If you are interested in sharing your story* or if you have any questions, please email communityplusvalues@du.edu to connect.

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*The Interviewee must consent to video and audio recording. All interviews will be conducted and recorded via Zoom. Interview clips are uploaded on our C+V website, on our Instagram page, and used in other C +V communication items.