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Daniels Students Become Corporate Partners

 The University of Denver Daniels College of Business is home to an innovative curriculum and multiple programs, including the Daniels Student Projects university-corporate partnership programs. Businesses can submit proposals to be potentially matched with individual students or groups to help solve corporate problems involving marketing, finance, and logistics. 164 more words

Community Involvement

Opening Up the Maps

For a couple years now, I have been approached by friends and family and teachers and counselors with the same question:

“Where do you want to go for college?” 367 more words


Ryan Peck: University of Denver Senior Associate Athletic Director

Ryan Peck, Senior Associate Athletic Director of Development/Major Gifts Office, for the University of Denver talks about students accepting their role as interns.

1. How important is it for students to understand and accept their role as interns with an organization? 137 more words

Once a Cheater, Probably Always a Cheater

(DENVER) — Cheating in a relationship happens. That’s just a fact of life. But if you’re the one who’s been betrayed and are more than willing to forgive and forget, you may want to rethink your decision. 142 more words

ABC Health News

Longmont Tech Consultant Has Tips Following Massive Internet Hacking

LONGMONT, Colo. (CBS4) – Security researchers say a Russian crime ring has pulled off the largest known theft of private Internet information — an astonishing 1.2 billion usernames and password combinations. 332 more words



“I have based my whole life on sentiments: whether they are gut feelings, the goose bumps or feeling weak at the knees. I believe that there are people who visit locations not based on gaining a cultural experience, but working on checking off a box on their bucket list.

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Adanacs star Wes Berg shines in B.C. Junior A lacrosse final, figures he's finding box form after focus on field for much of year

Wesley Berg dominated the B.C. Junior A lacrosse final and there’s an argument that he’s just warming up.

The Coquitlam Adanacs right-hander scored five times and set up another marker in a 12-8 win Sunday over the New Westminster Salmonbellies at Queen’s Park Arena in the seventh and deciding game of the provincial final. 432 more words