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The property at 390 Grant St. is buzzing with demolition activity to make way for the Modera West Wash Park “apartment community,” which will be situated directly west of the long-standing Mancinelli’s Auto Repair. Speer Boulevard runs along the... more

South Denver Business News

Throughout 2016 and 2017 there were rumblings from the University of Denver (DU) that major campus changes were afoot. In January 2016, DU’s board of trustees signed off on a revisioning statement for the university authored by Chancellor Rebecca more

South Denver Education News

One might not know it, but tucked away on the fifth floor of the University of Denver’s relatively new Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science building is a senior-citizen-focused institute making big waves both... more

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Much discussion is swirling around the Rosedale Elementary School building at East Iliff and South Sherman Street, which has been empty since 2006. Denver Public Schools (DPS) is considering “up-cycling” Rosedale as affordable housing for teachers... more

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Construction is currently underway on the new Denver Tennis Park (DTP), a 13-court facility on a Denver Public Schools (DPS) owned four-acre triangle of land on South Franklin Street between South High School, I-25 and the All City Stadium complex. more

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DU Chancellor Rebecca Chopp credits her Midwestern roots with instilling the deep sense of responsibility toward community and ethical leadership that would later steer her toward shaping the direction of higher education. As an undergraduate math... more

People of South Denver

South Denver is about to get a huge gift: a U.S. Tennis Association-blessed, indoor-outdoor tennis facility. The 13-court facility is nearly ready for construction on the triangle of land on South Franklin Street between... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

In 1906, the University of Denver built a house at 2100 S. Columbine St. now known as the Buchtel Bungalow on the southeast corner of East Evans Avenue and South Columbine Street as a residence for Chancellor Henry Buchtel. more

South Denver Lifestyle

I have been working in the DU Archives since 1977, which means I celebrate forty years next year. In that time I have seen many changes in the retail establishments near DU. The turnover has been very close to 100 percent. more

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The Chamberlin Observatory, located a quarter mile from the University of Denver’s main campus, is the oldest surviving building associated with the university. more

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NPR International Correspondent Lourdes Garcia-Navarro is visiting the University of Denver campus and today served as the lunchtime keynote speaker at DU’s third annual Internationalization Summit. more

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Growing up in East Texas on the border of Louisiana, poet and DU Professor Bin Ramke had a conversation with his uncle one day which raised the possibility that ordinary words harbored extraordinary secrets more

People of South Denver

Search the recent polls reporting on American voters’ trust or approval of any branch of our government—all are registering at near-historic lows. more

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