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University of Denver

University of Denver
University information
NameUniversity of Denver
Motto"Pro Scientia et Religione" ('For Science and Religion' or 'Knowledge and Spirit')
Religious affiliationUnited Methodist Church
Endowment$269.9 million
ChancellorRobert Coombe
Faculty1,259 (2009 Fall)
Staff1,628 (2009 Fall)
Students11,644 (2009 Fall)
Under graduates5,343 (2009 Fall)
Post graduates6,301 (2009 Fall)
125 acre (0.5 km2)
ColorsCrimson & Gold
Athletic nicknamePioneers
Athletics17 Varsity Sports
AffiliationsNCAA Division I Sun Belt Conference

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The University of Denver (DU), founded in 1864, is the oldest private university in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States. The University of Denver is a coeducational, four-year university in Denver, Colorado. DU currently enrolls approximately 11,400 students, divided between graduate and undergraduate programs. The 125 acre (0.5 km2) main campus is a designated arboretum and is located primarily in the University Neighborhood, about seven miles (11 km) south of downtown Denver.

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Dennis Prager Q & A At University of Denver. To see what Dennis means when he says The American Trinity", go to and click on "The American Trinity" for a 5 minute video explanation by Dennis. Also, there is another 37 minute speech by Dennis Prager about America's exceptionalism and uniqueness at near the bottom of the page. Enjoy! Please learn about the founding of our country at my website.
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Firstly, I want to say that all of the Sioux Nation is praying and thinking of Jesse and his family during this time. While we are all HUGE fans of hockey, we would never want to see anybody hurt in any way. We have been through the very thing that Denver and their fans are going through now. You will see nothing but respect come from the Sioux fanbase regarding this incident. Now, the reason I am posting this video, is due to the argument about whether it was a clean/legal hit or not, and the debate that will surely ensue. Here is the latest info I know on Jesse's condition: "Jesse Martin suffered three fractures to his C-2 vertebrae in his neck and is in stable condition, according to DU director of sports medicine Aaron Leu" Get well soon and back out on the ice Jesse!
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Flobots performing "One Love" at University of Denver. 5/22/08
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Flobots performing "Rise" at University of Denver. 5/22/08
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Faces of Sports: An ESPN Original Documentary Tim Tebow: The Chosen One Original Air Date: 12/14/2005 This documentary, which aired days after Tebow committed to the University of Florida, follows a 17 year old Tim Tebow through his senior season at Nease High School. ESPN got an inside look at the process the would be Gator and his family went through to choose his perfect college. See how Tim Tebow got his name, why he was home schooled, and the process it took to decide between Urban Meyer nad Florida Gators, Nick Saban and Alabama Crimson Tide, Larry Coker and Miami Hurricaines and Bobby Bowden and Florida State Seminoles.
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Well I wasn't ever a big Tebow guy and I'm certainly not the type of guy who immediatly jumps on Tebow and says he's our future (In fact, In my opinion, with Quinn and Orton in Denver I think Tebow will take years to become a solid starting QB) but I am a guy who gives credit where it's due and Tim Tebow made a great play here. Nobody open, last play of the game, he goes for a run, puts the shoulder down with confidence and lays the wood! Like I said before I'm not a HUGE Tim Tebow guy but this play made me jump out my seat yesterday. I hope McDaniels uses him in those Power situations if he can keep doing what he just did. Anyways, Enjoy! [Disclaimer] all video material is owned by NFL (r).
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Mechanical Engineering Students from the University of Colorado Denver spent the Summer of 2009 converting a broken down 1967 Triumph Spitfire into a 100% Electric Vehicle. Our EV conversion can reach a top speed of 75 MPH and has a maximum range of 40 miles (of average city driving) all with an overnight charge (8-10 hours) on a standard 110 Volt outlet. We completed the entire conversion for under $10000 including almost $2000 of restoration work, all in about 8 weeks. For more information on this project please visit
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COMPLAINT #1 (Office of Inspector General / Department of Education) "Anyone suspecting fraud, waste or abuse involving Department of Education funds or programs should call or write the Inspector General's Hotline.. OIG Fraud Hotline" ~ Sallie Mae was the _only_ financial lender involved in the diploma mill fraud... and now ask Congress for a bail out?? GO TO GOOGLE AND RESEARCH THESE 2 THINGS: 1. Westwood Diploma Mill Scam 2. 60 Minutes Sallie Mae Fraud Students say college misled them Tuesday, February 22, 2005, By BYRON HARRIS / WFAA-TV "The sales pitch said Westwood is accredited; students said that led them to believe the school has the same academic status as well-known colleges and universities. But the sales pitch doesn't mention the fine print on the back of the contract, which said "Westwood College of Technology makes no guarantee of credit transfer." In fact, these students found that when they presented their Westwood transcripts to other schools, the reaction was anything but positive."You can just keep this ... because we don't recognize this institution as a school," Moers recalled one school's representative as saying. Westwood is headquartered in Denver, and claims it's been around for more than 50 years. However, Colorado state incorporation records indicate the current owner began business in 1986. with News 8 about complaints against the school, but when a crew got there for our scheduled interview, two representatives from the home <b>...</b>
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Faces of Sports: An ESPN Original Documentary Tim Tebow: The Chosen One Original Air Date: 12/14/2005 This documentary, which aired days after Tebow committed to the University of Florida, follows a 17 year old Tim Tebow through his senior season at Nease High School. ESPN got an inside look at the process the would be Gator and his family went through to choose his perfect college.
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I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THIS SONG Download Link: Kendrick Jamal Celestine (January 30, 1989), better known by his stage name J_Mal, is an American rapper based out of Colorado. He is an unsigned artist and is originally from Mamou, Louisiana. J_Mal attends and plays college football (wide receiver) at the University Of Colorado at Boulder. Follow J_Mal: Contact J_Mal:
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Lansing State Journal--English, now 67, also excelled as a basketball player at St. Mary and in college at the -University of Denver-. "I was born with some kind of athletic ability ... - Date : Sun, 09 May 2010 08:03:08 GMT+00:00
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Helena Independent Record--Lara is a 2000 graduate of Jefferson High School, a 2005 graduate of the -University of Denver- and is a licensed CPA working for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. ... - Date : Sun, 09 May 2010 06:20:28 GMT+00:00
YES! Colorado's national championship hockey team honored - Denver Post Tweet this news
Denver Post--Shore, who has committed to play for the US national development program U17 team next season, is the younger brother of -University of Denver- freshman ... - Date : Sun, 09 May 2010 07:02:32 GMT+00:00

Sun Belt Conference

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Non-footballArkansas - Little Rock Trojans * Denver Pioneers * New Orleans Privateers * South Alabama Jaguars

Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA)

MenAlaska Anchorage Seawolves(Sullivan Arena) * Colorado College Tigers (World Arena) * Denver Pioneers (Magness Arena) * Michigan Tech Huskies (John MacInnes Ice Arena) * Minnesota Golden Gophers (Mariucci Arena) * Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs (Duluth EntertainmentConvention Center) * Minnesota State Mavericks (Verizon Wireless Center) * North Dakota Fighting Sioux (Ralph Engelstad Arena) * St. Cloud State Huskies (National Hockey Center) * Wisconsin Badgers (Kohl Center)
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State of Colorado

State capital: Denver
TopicsList of Topics: Coloradans * Economy * Geography * Highways * History * Images * Law and government * Military * Mountains * Museums * Federal lands * Rail transport * Rivers * Symbols * Visitor attractions
RegionsCentral Colorado * Colorado Piedmont * Colorado Plateau * Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area * Eastern Plains * Front Range * Grand Valley * High Rockies * Mineral Belt * Roaring Fork Valley * Sangre de Cristo Mountains * San Luis Valley * South �Central Colorado * Southwest Colorado * Uinta Mountains * Western Slope
MunicipalitiesAkron * Alamosa * Arvada * Aspen * Aurora * Boulder * Breckenridge * Brighton * Broomfield * Cañon City * Castle Rock * Centennial * Colorado Springs * Commerce City * Cortez * Craig * Delta * Denver * Durango * Englewood * Erie * Evans * Fairplay * Federal Heights * Fort Collins * Fort Morgan * Fountain * Golden * Glenwood Springs * Grand Junction * Greeley * Greenwood Village * Gunnison * Lafayette * La Junta * Lakewood * Lamar * Leadville * Littleton * Longmont * Louisville * Loveland * Montrose * Northglenn * Parker * Platteville * Pueblo * Salida * Steamboat Springs * Sterling * Superior * Thornton * Trinidad * Vail * Westminster * Wheat Ridge * Windsor
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University of Denver

AcademicsUniversity College * The Women's College * Daniels College of Business * Morgridge College of Education * School of Engineering and Computer Science * Lamont School of Music
Graduate /
Professional Schools
Graduate School of International Studies * Sturm College of Law * Graduate School of Professional Psychology * Graduate School of Social Work * The Ricks Center for Gifted Children
ResearchThe Institute for Public Policy Studies (IPPS) * Undergraduate Research Center
PeopleAlumni * Faculty and Staff
Student LifeUniversity neighborhood
AthleticsUD Pioneers * Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness * Magness Arena * UD Arena * Sun Belt Conference * Western Collegiate Hockey Association

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