Denver Gives Right Of Way To Dockless Bike ProgramsDockless bikes and scooters are coming back to Denver, but there's a catch.
NHL Veteran Paul Stastny Is An Unrestricted Free AgentPlayers with the UFA designation have until Saturday to meet with potential NHL employers. That includes University of Denver and Colorado Avalanche Alum Paul Stastny.
Women Raise Thousands For Alzheimer's Association At Football GameMore than $144,000 were raised by local women which will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Scholars Get Lesson In Social Graces As Part Of College OrientationIn an auditorium on the University of Denver campus, 230 Daniels Fund Scholars are being schooled in social graces.
DU Experiments With Dockless Bike SharingWhile the City of Denver struggles with how to regulate electric scooter rentals, the University of Denver is experimenting with dockless bikes on it’s campus.
Independent Voters In Colorado Get Voice In Party PrimariesColorado is allowing unaffiliated voters to participate in the major party primaries, thanks to an initiative that coincided with disenchantment with the 2016 election.
Suspended Student: Professor Criticized My Support Of 'Bigot President'The University of Denver has suspended a student who is accused of making racist and homophobic slurs.
Notable Construction Set To Begin On DU CampusThe University of Denver is preparing to start a construction project that will have a notable impact on campus.
DU Names New Head Hockey CoachThe Denver Pioneers have a new head coach.
Albany Holds Off DU In NCAA Lacrosse Quarterfinal 15-13The University of Albany came out quickly and held on late in its NCAA quarterfinal men's lacrosse victory Saturday over the University of Denver.
Albany Faces Denver In NCAA Lacrosse Tourney QuarterfinalsAlbany attackman Connor Fields is out of the running for college lacrosse's highest individual honor, and that's OK. He's after something else, something that will leave a much more lasting impression.
Female DU Law Professors Hope Settlement Leads To ChangeSeven female DU law professors will receive a $2.6 million settlement and pay increases after federal officials filed a lawsuit against the women's employer for routinely paying higher salaries to their male colleagues.