• Message from CU leadership regarding DACA program

    Updated 9/5/17, 1 p.m.: In light of the announcement this morning by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to rescind the DACA program, we have contacted Colorado’s Congressional delegation to urge them to take action to allow students in the program to continue to study and work at the University of Colorado and at universities around the country.… Full Story

    September 4, 2017
    Staff
  • Get your symphonic groove on — at a discount

    CU Denver students can take advantage of Musicurious Memberships

    Easy access to cultural amenities such as live music – including symphonic music – is among the many benefits of attending CU Denver in the heart of the city.… Full Story

    August 25, 2017
    Staff
    Colorado Symphony Orchestra
  • 2017 Block Party

    Annual street bash proves to be biggest one yet

    It’s become the can’t miss late-summer party here in the Mile High City: The block on Lawrence Street between 14th Street and Speer Boulevard bursts to life with food trucks, live music, games and interactive booths.… Full Story

    August 25, 2017
    Staff
    2017 Denver Block Party
  • Campus Village buzzes with excitement

    Move-in day marks start of new school year

    Hundreds of CU Denver students moved into Campus Village Apartments last week, being greeted by Milo the Lynx, the University leadership team, as well as a throng of representatives from student government and the Office of Student Life & Campus Community.… Full Story

    August 21, 2017
    Staff
    Move-in Day at Campus Village
  • CU Denver gallery to feature iconic Beatles’s album cover creator

    Iconic Beatles’s Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover creator comes to CU Denver gallery

    The  Emmanuel Art Gallery at the University of Colorado Denver announced today the internationally acclaimed Pop artist Jann Haworth will exhibit her work for the first time in Colorado at the gallery.… Full Story

    August 18, 2017
    Laura Parker
  • Go explore!

    Dogged by the heat? There's no better time to escape to serene trails in Colorado's foothills

    “The mountains are calling and I must go.” – John Muir, naturalist Now that we’re into the dog days of summer, it’s hard to resist the call of the Rockies.… Full Story

    August 7, 2017
    Chris Casey
    Brian Young at Pence Park
  • ‘Taking a Stand in History’

    CU Denver comes alive with legendary pioneers for annual National History Day Colorado

    With a rainbow of confetti exploding above their heads, and the audience bursting into applause, three contestants of a staged game show held May 6 on the University of Colorado Denver campus were all pronounced winners.… Full Story

    May 10, 2017
    Guest Contributor
    National History Day, Milo in classroom
  • CU Denver New Student Orientation 2017

    5 reasons to launch your Lynx life the right way

    It’s 7:45 a.m. in downtown Denver, and hundreds of people stand together in Room 2500 of the CU Denver Student Commons Building.… Full Story

    April 27, 2017
    Amy Ventura
    Students at New Student Orientation
  • 50 years of building communities

    College of Architecture and Planning celebrates Colorado Center for Community Development’s golden anniversary

    At the University of Colorado Denver, “CU in the City” expresses a commitment to serve the community.… Full Story

    April 12, 2017
    Michael Davidson
    Regents Heidi Ganahl and Sue Sharkey
  • Should we worry about fake news?

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist helps answer this question

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Hedrick Smith told a large CU Denver audience that “filter bubbles” – algorithms that deliver bias-reinforcing information to news consumers – allow social media users to insulate themselves and continue believing and sharing fake news.… Full Story

    April 10, 2017
    Michael Satchell
    The crowd attending Fake News and Filter Bubbles: Overcoming our Informational Divide