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Summer Solstice playlist

Summer Solstice playlist

How are you celebrating the longest day of the summer? Break out the SPF and your mirrored-aviators, because KMET has put together a few tracks that will have…

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Jenny Morgan interview / Q&A

Jenny Morgan interview / Q&A

Jenny Morgan might be one of the most prolific, talented and promising artists in the modern art game. Is it…

The sacred self-portrait: Part II

The sacred self-portrait: Part II

Looking at Robert Mapplethorpe’s penetrating gaze in one of his black and white self portraits reminds me how seldom I actually…

The sacred self-portrait

The sacred self-portrait

There’s something about a Frida Kahlo piece: a straightforward self-portrait, unibrow and mustache in full effect, unequivocally truthful and personal.…

Liz Miller: Weapons, violence and insects

Liz Miller: Weapons, violence and insects

Filled with anticipation, I walked into the Center for Visual Art and found that Minnesota artist Liz Miller had transformed…

Liminal space in Twain’s “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”

Liminal space in Twain’s “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”

By Kathlyn Meyer Mark Twain’s protagonist in, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, is born into a society that defines human value…

Nietzschean Inklings: The Übermensch in T.S Eliot’s The Wasteland ~ Carla Cannalte

By Carla Cannalte Morality is a major point of contention for theorist Friedrich Nietzsche, as it is responsible for the…

Freud on “The ‘Uncanny’” and Billingsley’s The Folk Keeper – Kathlyn Meyer

By Kathlyn Meyer Sigmund Freud’s article, “The ‘Uncanny’ ” attempts to interpret ‘unheimlich’(German for ‘unfamiliar’), by means of an aesthetic,…

I slipped and fell into a Tim Burton spiral—–weeeeee!

I slipped and fell into a Tim Burton spiral—–weeeeee!

  written by Jody Mier Greetings Earthlings, I wanted to get down into confessions, specifically the things I do when…

Kim Alsbrooks and her “white trash family”

Kim Alsbrooks and her “white trash family”

by Mariah Taylor I love the union of two absolutely opposing ideas. High and low class, urban and rural; together…

Gabriel Garcia Marquez: a man who made us question the human experience through “magical realism”

Gabriel Garcia Marquez: a man who made us question the human experience through “magical realism”

by Mariah Taylor As a writer, my favorite pieces have always been those that reflect the harsh, realistic truths of…

Call me Ms. Bukowski

Call me Ms. Bukowski

For those of you that didn’t know, outside the sphere of the lovely Metrosphere I am the editor-in-chief of MSU…

Poetry: “And Yet Still Hopeful” ~ Derek Price, Part 2

The following two poems were originally presented at the 2014 Metropolitan State University English Conference on Friday, March 7, 2014…

Let me slip into something a little more…comfortable

Let me slip into something a little more…comfortable

Jody Mier Greetings Earthlings, The other day, my grandma sent me a sweater. According to her, “That was hand knitted,…

Auraria Library Comics

Auraria Library Comics

By Kayla Whitney In honor of National Library Day, I bring you a list of the best comic books the…

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Weather 10-17-2014

Sara Pease skillfully gives us the current conditions, Denver averages, and Saturday’s forecast. She also shares the local and national…

Week In National News

For World News, we are reminded of Skid Row Housing, an apartment building that is built in Los Angeles to…

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Tennis goes .500

Tennis goes .500

The Metro fall tennis season came to an end Oct. 3 and 4 as both the men’s and women’s teams traveled to Grand Junction to…

No place like home for Roadrunners

Hank Gathers’ bright future soon turned to darkness

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Preview: “Never Work For Free” by Tennis

Preview: “Never Work For Free” by Tennis

It’d be easy to say that Denver’s indie powerhouse Tennis are back, but the truth is…

Animeland brings fictional fandoms to life

Volunteer Fair

Arapahoe County afflicted with school shooting

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MSU Denver fills Brooklyn’s with basketball pride

MSU Denver fills Brooklyn’s with basketball pride

By Kayla Whitney The Roadrunners men’s basketball was defeated by Drury University in the NCAA Division…

NCAA Division II Championship Gallery

Metro falls short in last seconds of the national title game

NCAA Championship Starts