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DUGood: Digitize the Clarion

We’re excited to share our very first DUGood project, “Digitize the Clarion”. This one hundred percent student-run newspaper has been sharing relevant DU perspectives since the late 1800s, and University Libraries proudly holds this vast body of work in our Special Collections & Archives. 

Only a small portion of the Clarion is currently available online, and we hope to expand this digital offering by providing work-study students firsthand experiences archiving, digitizing, and learning from these historical documents.

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Make an Impact on the Entire University of Denver Community

The University of Denver Libraries are the heart of our academic community, supporting students and faculty, primarily at the Main Library within the Anderson Academic Commons, and at the Bonfils Music Library at the Lamont School of Music. Your gift provides opportunities for the entire University of Denver family.

The University of Denver promotes learning by engaging students with scholarly inquiry, cultivating critical and creative thought, and generating knowledge. DU's active partnerships with communities near and far enable the University to contribute to the common good. The University Libraries empowers these worthy endeavors, and your contribution enables them.

The University Libraries support students and scholars by providing access to more than three million items (including books, periodicals, journals, digital resources, microfilms, and DVDs). In the Anderson Academic Commons, group study rooms, community spaces, and special events allow students and professors to collaborate, study, build meaningful relationships, and learn.

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For more information, please contact Nancy Clark, Community Relations Manager, at 303-871-3958.

Your gifts make a world of difference! Thank you.

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