Kaylee Lino

Kaylee Lino

Kaylee Jean Lino is a media studies major with minors in communications and marketing. She is a member of two student organizations: Delta Delta Delta Sorority Gamma Chi Chapter and the University of Denver Figure Skating Team.

DU rallies for men’s lacrosse championship win

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Team member holding their trophy

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER — 5/25/2015 — On Monday, May 25th the University of Denver Men’s Lacrosse team won their first National Championship.

After winning in the final four against Notre Dame in an intense 11-10 overtime victory, students on the University of Denver’s campus were even more hyped up than before, given that their Men’s Lacrosse team would be playing against the Maryland Terrapins for the Title.

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Relay for life: walking to fight cancer

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Decorated Luminaria Bags As Participants Walk Laps

The DU chapter of Colleges Against Cancer in collaboration with the American Cancer Society hosted a campus event, Camp Relay for Life, to raise awareness and funds in the fight against cancer. It took place at the University of Denver’s Gates Field House, as DU is one of the many locations for thegreater denver area. Teams from DU’s student orgs competed in the Relay for Life, staying up throughout the night walking for awareness and support, for those who battle, have battled and lost their lives to cancer.

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On to off-campus housing: The 411

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DU Ritchie Center struggles to support growing number of gym-attendees



This slideshow contains images of the University of Denver’s Ritchie Fitness Center. The issue being dealt with here includes that fact that the Ritchie Center is getting smaller and less able to support the gym attendees as time goes by and the student population grows. This directly refers to my online story posted on dailycollegelife.com. Every year the DU population of students rises as admissions over-admits more students to the freshman year class. The issue at hand is the Ritchie Center and all of its facilities are not growing as the population at and around DU is growing. The gym becomes very crowded and facilities become inaccessible to students as both school, and public functions reserve them. Continue reading

Ritchie center struggles to support the growing amount of gym attendees


The University of Denver’s Ritchie Center

As the University of Denver’s Ritchie Center strives to provide wellness and healthy living for the student population at DU, these opportunities become limited to students as space and availability decreases and the population increases.

The Ritchie Center is available for both DU students and alumni to use, however it is also available to the public around the area who pay for membership or punch/pass cards. This includes adults and their children. The student population has expanded over 11,000 students (including undergraduate and graduate students). Each year the freshman class is known to grow as the university over-admits students each year.


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