Archive for April, 2013

‘WhatTRIBE’ exhibit raises questions about cultural identity

‘WhatTRIBE’ exhibit raises questions about cultural identity

What tribe are you? Organizers of a new exhibit at the University of Denver Museum of Anthropology say there a lot of ways to answer that question: Navajo, Scottish, Jewish — but also poet, writer, teacher, student. “WhatTRIBE,” featuring the work of Native American artist Douglas Miles, runs through May […]

Hockey coach bids farewell to fans and supporters

An emotional George Gwozdecky looked back over his 19-year coaching career at the University of Denver during a press conference Tuesday morning. The Pioneer men’s hockey coach was released from his contract Monday morning, three days after the Pioneers failed to advance in the NCAA Tournament for the fifth time […]

Lessons from the Iraq War

University of Denver panel of military, diplomatic and academic experts to reflect on and discuss war

Christopher Hill talks about 10th anniversary of Iraq invasion

Editor’s note: On March 19, 2003, the United States invaded Iraq. With the 10th anniversary of that event approaching, the University of Denver Magazine asked noted journalist Danny Postel, associate director of the University’s Center for Middle East Studies, to discuss the invasion and its ramifications with Christopher Hill, dean […]

DU hosting Black Male Summit April 19

The Center for Multicultural Excellence and the Leo Block Alumni Center at the University of Denver will partner with Denver-area schools to host the fourth annual Black Male Initiative Summit on Friday, April 19. This year’s theme is “I Am the Master of my Fate: Leadership, Education and Black Male […]