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Magazine Feature Jim Montgomery named new Pioneers hockey coach

Jim Montgomery named new Pioneers hockey coach

Former Dubuque Fighting Saints head coach and general manager Jim Montgomery has been named head coach of the University of Denver men’s ice hockey team, Vice Chancellor for Athletics and Recreation Peg Bradley-Doppes announced today. Montgomery becomes the eighth head coach in DU ice hockey history — a program that began […]

Latest News Alum’s feature film opens weeklong engagement in Denver

Alum’s feature film opens weeklong engagement in Denver

Bobby Deline (BA ’07) was able to put his University of Denver education to good use while making his debut feature film, “The Aviation Cocktail.” Deline, a filmmaking major with a business minor, served as producer on the film, meaning he got to combine his creative and financial sides. “I […]

People Grilling society founders start farm-to-consumer business

Grilling society founders start farm-to-consumer business

It was as founders of the DU Grilling Society that Nick Phelps (BSBA ’09) and Jason Lundberg (BSAC ’10, MBA ’10) began to learn the lessons that led them to starting a food-related company after graduation. “We learned a lot about local sourcing and a lot about food in general […]

Features Lamont Opera goes contemporary with ‘Susannah’

Lamont Opera goes contemporary with ‘Susannah’

For its annual spring production, Lamont Opera Theatre is moving away from the classics it has performed in recent seasons — “Faust,” “The Marriage of Figaro,” “Gianni Schicchi” — and veering to the contemporary with a staging of “Susannah,” a 1955 opera by American composer Carlisle Floyd. Running April 18–21 […]

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Lacrosse team takes ECAC season title; playoffs begin Thursday

The University of Denver men’s lacrosse team clinched the Eastern College Athletic Conference regular season title and the top seed in the conference tournament with a 12-4 victory over Michigan Saturday afternoon at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium in front of 1,909 fans. With the win, the Pioneers close their regular […]

Diversity Summit expands to three days in 2013

The University of Denver’s annual Diversity Summit on Inclusive Excellence is expanding from one day to three in 2013, allowing even more time for participants to learn about “Championing Equity to Inspire Change.” Running May 9–11 on campus, the 12th annual event features workshops, speakers and discussion, as well as […]

Alum’s feature film opens weeklong engagement in Denver

Alum’s feature film opens weeklong engagement in Denver

Bobby Deline (BA ’07) was able to put his University of Denver education to good use while making his debut feature film, “The Aviation Cocktail.” Deline, a filmmaking major with a business minor, served as producer on the film, meaning he got to combine his creative and financial sides. “I […]

Gene Tang builds 1515 Restaurant on a lifetime of experience

Gene Tang builds 1515 Restaurant on a lifetime of experience

This profile could have ended up very differently. It could have been about a guy who was so successful early in his career that he just spent his days in the mountains doing what he loved: fly fishing. But it was not to be. Gene Tang (BSBA ’71, MBA ’75) […]

Jim Montgomery named new Pioneers hockey coach

Jim Montgomery named new Pioneers hockey coach

Former Dubuque Fighting Saints head coach and general manager Jim Montgomery has been named head coach of the University of Denver men’s ice hockey team, Vice Chancellor for Athletics and Recreation Peg Bradley-Doppes announced today. Montgomery becomes the eighth head coach in DU ice hockey history — a program that began […]

Lamont Opera goes contemporary with ‘Susannah’

Lamont Opera goes contemporary with ‘Susannah’

For its annual spring production, Lamont Opera Theatre is moving away from the classics it has performed in recent seasons — “Faust,” “The Marriage of Figaro,” “Gianni Schicchi” — and veering to the contemporary with a staging of “Susannah,” a 1955 opera by American composer Carlisle Floyd. Running April 18–21 […]

Pioneers to celebrate 2012-13 season at men’s basketball banquet

The University of Denver men’s basketball program will host its annual end of the year banquet on Thursday, April 25,  in the Gottesfeld Room on the fourth floor of the Daniel L. Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness. The dinner will begin at 6 p.m., followed by a program to […]

First-year student dedicated to community service

First-year student dedicated to community service

First-year student Paige Jones has a passion for helping others. Through her humanitarian work, Jones is a leader making a positive impact in the University community and around the globe. A Broomfield, Colo., native, Jones was drawn to the University because of its small size and academic programs. The deciding […]

Sustainability efforts green the campus

April may be designated as Earth Month, but at the University of Denver, the Sustainability Council and the Center for Sustainability work year-round to make campus green. The Sustainability Council, made up of administrators, faculty, students and staff, partners with facilities management, student housing, dining services, parking and transportation, marketing […]

Renowned physicist Lisa Randall to give free lecture April 15

Renowned physicist and writer Linda Randall, a science professor from Harvard University, will deliver a public lecture at 7 p.m. April 15 at Davis Auditorium on campus. Her lecture, “Truth and Beauty and Other Scientific Misconceptions,” is free and open to the public. “I want to stress that this is […]