Jun 21, 2010 by Natalie Corbin | 0 Comments
Today Denver Seminary is a campus where singles, married couples, and families live, work, and play. The on-campus apartments provide an opportunity for such a community to exist. In 1950 the on-campus life was quite different. Although both male and female students attended the school, only ... [More]
May 14, 2010 by Natalie Corbin | 0 Comments
As Denver Seminary celebrates the 2010 commencement of its graduates, let’s take a peek at students, classes, and graduations from years past.
Graduates ... [More]
May 03, 2010 by Natalie Corbin | 0 Comments
In Denver Seminary’s early days students had assigned seats and were required to attend chapel service four days a week. Seminary classes were held Tuesday through Friday due to many students having pastorates located many miles from the school.
Today students have the opportunity to take ... [More]
Apr 20, 2010 by Natalie Corbin | 0 Comments
Over the last 60 years Denver Seminary has advanced in many ways including technologically. The first academic catalog the seminary put out in the 1950-51 school year was mimeographed. The mimeograph (see image below) is a low cost printing press that forces ink through a stencil onto paper to ... [More]
Apr 06, 2010 by Natalie Corbin | 0 Comments
In late February 2010, Dr. Bruce Shelley went home to be with the Lord. Although Dr. Shelley is no longer physically present, his legacy continues on within the Denver Seminary community and beyond.
When the seminary campus made its move from the Hampden campus to its current ... [More]