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Allison Welty (MA ’15) is a learner at heart. Welty first studied history and English as an undergraduate, then came to DU for an MA in English — and her studies haven’t stopped there.
Having pursued multiple career paths and encountered roadblocks along the way, Jeremiah Jones new serves as a deputy district attorney in Cortez, Colorado, a position that allows him to put the skills he learned at DU into everyday practice.
John Ashbery, César Vallejo, Joan Didion, Robert Penn Warren — these are just a few of the writers published in DU’s Denver Quarterly, the oldest, continuously publishing literary arts journal west of the Mississippi. With a 53-year history publishing innovative work in poetry, fiction and nonfiction, Denver Quarterly isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
Carley St. Clair (MS ’16), a recent graduate of DU’s media and public communication master’s program, is using her degree to serve the public good.
It’s the dream of every aspiring opera singer: to appear on stage at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. For Sarah Cambidge (BM ’11, MM ’13), a graduate of the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music, the dream came true in September, when she made her Met debut in the company’s production of Verdi’s “Macbeth.” Cambidge sings the role of the Lady in Waiting, appearing with such opera luminaries as soprano Anna Netrebko, baritone Željko Lučić and tenor Matthew Polenzani.