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With move to online learning, University of Denver students petition for...

Taking up a call made by college students around the country, students at the University of Denver are asking for a tuition reduction that...

Research: Colorado has 71 census tracts where high rates of mental...

Researchers seeking to better understand where the lack of affordable housing intersects with mental health needs in Colorado have for the first time mapped...

Dozens gather outside federal courthouse to protest Kavanaugh nomination

Amid the sounds of car horns, trolley bells and “We believe survivors” chants, dozens of protesters gathered outside the Byron Rogers Federal Building in...

Ex-Denver Post journalists launched a new publication with crypto backing

In 1833, The New York Sun revolutionized journalism as a pioneer of the penny press. In 2018, a new startup called The Colorado Sun is hoping to do the...

Seven female law professors win $2.6 million settlement from DU in...

The University of Denver on Thursday reached a settlement with seven female law professors over an unequal pay dispute.  U.S. District Court Senior Judge Wiley...

Legal experts: The GOP Senate is trying to have cake and...

The debate over the Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Antonin Scalia has raged for weeks now. The right insists there should be no nominee...

‘A Founding Amnesia’

Colorado history is marked with shame surrounding the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre. One of the central figures behind the attack, Colorado Gov. John Evans, mostly has escaped blame. Until now.

Swarthmore President Rebecca Chopp appointed DU Chancellor

Chopp is a renowned scholar of progressive religious movements in America, a likely draw for DU, given the political and innovative history of its own theology program at the Iliff School.

Chieftain Newsroom Execs Sign Giron Recall Petitions, Blasted for ‘Ethics Conflict’

In the storm of passions that erupted this spring in Colorado around proposed state gun-control laws, The Pueblo Chieftain made little attempt to hide its opposition and blasted Pueblo Democratic Senator Angela Giron for supporting the measures.

University of Denver Faculty Joins Students in Opposing Bush Award

Outcry is escalating around the decision made by the University of Denver's international studies school to honor former President George W. Bush at a fundraising dinner this September. In addition to 1,500 students and alumni protesting the award, 24 of 40 full-time faculty members at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies have signed a letter decrying the honor.
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