University of Denver

Tale of two halves makes difference for Hens, win 7-6

Feb 25th, 2013

As the Hens clung to a 6-5 lead with less than 5 minutes left to play in the second period, junior midfield Shannon Burns received a yellow card that ensued a 2-minute man-up opportunity for the University of Denver at Delaware Stadium on Sunday.
Sop…

Election roundup: post-debate, Romney sees bump in polls

Oct 9th, 2012

The first debate in the U.S. presidential race between President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney was held last Wednesday at the University of Denver.

EDITORIAL: Romney’s performance good, nothing guaranteed yet

Oct 5th, 2012

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney gave the performance of his political career Wednesday at University of Denver in the first presidential debate. There is no doubt he appeared better prepared and held his own in what many classified a make-or-brea…

The First Great Debate of 2012

Oct 4th, 2012

 

Identity of hit-and-run victim confirmed

Jun 1st, 2012

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A history: past, present and future

May 22nd, 2012

For someone whose life has revolved around words for the past three years, it’s ironic how much I struggled to come up with the right combination of them to express what my experience at the DU Clarion has meant to me. I want to begin by looking back o…

Resume padding isn’t worth it

May 22nd, 2012

Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson was fired a few weeks ago and suffered excruciating personal embarrassment when it was revealed he claimed he had an academic degree he never earned.
He had been on the job for a mere four months.
Thompson claimed to…

Clarion Mondays

May 22nd, 2012

Three years, over 50 coworkers, 100 stories and 2,400 phone contacts later, it’s time for this Clarion editor to turn in his notepad.
There were times when I awaited this day like Christmas morning – thinking it would never get here – and now, here I…

Rational self-interest benefits all

May 22nd, 2012

The inherent value of self-interest is frequently diluted and diminished into the fallacy of “selfishness,” but self-interest, rationally understood, benefits individuals, the community as well as the society in general.
Self-interest is a positive a…

Bats infest Halls lounge

May 22nd, 2012

Residents on the tenth floor of Centennial Halls have complained that an unknown number of bats have settled in between the external wall and the interior brick for the last three weeks.
“We have had more than one incident reported: one where we beli…

Occupy denounces Daniels’ corporate donor

May 22nd, 2012

A petition created by Occupy DU calls for the university to reshape its relationship with Denver-based Newmont Mining, a partner with Daniels College of Business.
The Occupy DU petition alleges …

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