Articles written by: Greg Glasgow

Paths of engineering students William Grell and Aaron Fields meet at DU

Paths of engineering students William Grell and Aaron Fields meet at DU

Although they came to DU from different backgrounds, when mechanical engineering majors William Grell and Aaron Fields stepped on campus, there were noticeable similarities. “Academically speaking, they are nearly identical. Their differences are mainly in their personalities, but they complement and strengthen each other,” says engineering Prof. Liz Tuttle. “They […]

For art’s sake

For art’s sake

A new partnership is giving DU students access to a world-class collection of contemporary art.

Gary Kaemmer’s colorful obsession

Gary Kaemmer’s colorful obsession

After working in the Denver commercial art industry for more than 30 years, Gary Kaemmer, BFA ’57, packed his bags and moved to Hope, Idaho, where he’s spent the past decade drawing, painting and sculpting. Kaemmer had felt there was a lack of respect for artists in the advertising field. […]

Arnold Grossman/Dick Lamm novel becomes stage play

Imagine: a naïve man from Texas running for president, threatening Middle Eastern countries interested in gaining power, independent third parties trying to get into the White House at any cost, and oil—along with “big money”—playing a key role through it all. Some may think this scenario describes the current state […]

Remembering Lucky Lindy

In a whirlwind visit to Denver and DU, Charles Lindbergh snared the heart of the Mile High City.

DU Rugby Club leads a rough and tumble life

What’s kept the DU Rugby Club tradition going for the past 40 years? “The camaraderie you have with your mates is unmatched in any other sport, like being able to beat the living tar out of another team for 80 minutes and then partying with them afterwards like nothing ever […]