For Mix, CU Denver’s 8-member a cappella group, the past year has been an unexpected series of triumphs, with all the drama of a “Glee” episode.
If you ever watched Kevin Johnk walk to the bus stop after class at the University of Colorado Denver, you might have noticed that his companion was roughly 70 years his senior.
As the audience enters the theater, William Shakespeare sits on a bench on stage. The king and queen of the magical fairyland tiptoe up and put him gently to sleep.
The Class of 2017 has arrived at CU Denver in record-setting numbers—more than 1,150 freshmen, 16 percent more than last year. It is the largest freshman class in CU Denver's history.
Amanda Weaver’s students often ask her why she wears cowboy boots all the time. When they step a flip-flopped foot into manure at their geography instructor’s urban farm, they get it.
Women’s soccer is just one of at least seven—and possibly 12—new Club Sports teams this year in CU Denver’s growing Club Sports program.
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At the Anschutz Medical Campus commencement ceremonies this year, nearly 800 graduates took the next step in their lives and careers.
When Senior Instructor Cheri Jones, PhD, wants to teach her General Biology 2 students about aquatic insects and water quality, she turns off her digital projector, tells everyone to grab their jackets and marches her class down the hall and out the door.
When he moved to Denver from New York City, Laurence Hren wanted to add advanced training to his professional expertise. So, he decided to get an MBA from the CU Denver Business School.
Positive, convivial, intense, gratifying, experiential, passionate, life-altering—these are just some of the words that faculty and students use to describe their experiences in a Maymester class.
CU Denver's College of Engineering and Applied Science is adding a Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering to its graduate offerings in bioengineering. Approved in September 2012, this interdisciplinary program spans both campuses.
Have you ever named a university mascot? Juliana Valera has. The integrative biology student won the “Name Your Mascot” contest for the brand-new University of Colorado Denver Lynx mascot.
At CU Denver, you might not even recognize a first-time freshman when you see one. That’s because, from day one, they’re already part of the diverse campus community—thanks, in large part, to New Student Orientation.
The old OVSS on the corner of 14th and Larimer Streets was a hard-to-find rabbit warren of offices with two computers shared by five student workers. The spacious new OVSS is modeled after USO centers in airports.
On Nov. 9, 2013, thousands of Colorado veterans gathered on the CU Denver campus to celebrate Veterans Day with food, fellowship and the traditional fireworks display.
On a Friday night, in freezing temperatures and a mix of snow and rain, psychology major Maile Divine stood outside the Arts Building loading dock. She couldn’t wait to see the cast iron object from the sand mold she carved earlier in the day.
How do you make a career as a pharmacist sound like an adventure—second only to scaling Mount Everest by the north route or navigating the full length of the Pan-American Highway from Anchorage to Tierra del Fuego?
Molly Zimmerman reached down to scrub the filthy, old truck engine. Working alongside her teammates, she leaned in to give the job a little more elbow grease. Then, in a dirt-caked nook of the engine, she saw it: a baby scorpion.
You know it, and we know it: Colorado is one of the best places in the world for skiing, snowboarding and other winter sports. But which Rocky Mountain slope is best?
Kristen Califano already has a career. She’s worked as a registered nurse for five years—but now she’s getting her bachelor’s degree in nursing at CU Anschutz.