Monthly Archives: May 2017

Businesses around DU strive for sustainability

By Daniela Santos and Taylor Sienkiewicz

As reported in 303 Magazine’s Earth Day report card, Denver businesses are not doing all it takes to be environmentally conscious and minimize their ecological footprint. But, around the University of Denver (DU), local restaurants, such as Beans, a student-run coffee shop on campus and Illegal Pete’s, a local mission-style burrito restaurant located on Evans, are doing a good job showing the initiative to be a sustainable organization that reduces waste going to the landfill. Continue reading

Steering through DU

Filmed and edited by Will Moss, Jane Zunamon, and Carson Baer.

“Four” highlights seniors’ hard work

Four is comprised of the artwork of four graduating seniors from the University of Denver who are completing their BFA’s in the Studio Art Program. Claire Anderson, Hannah Rose Cole, Leeandra Durfey, and Sabrina Yagman are all very unique artists who had the opportunity to present their artwork at the Vicky Myhren Gallery opening on May 18, 2017.

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Surviving the DU commute

By Chase Fisher, Xuan Li, and Caroline Field

Transportation at DU

Parking problems at DU

By Kayla and Leah

Parking at the University of Denver angers students

Parking with Ellie and Phalan!

Parking and Commuting at DU

Traffic At DU