MSU Denver women’s and men’s tennis began conference play with two goals in mind: stay determined as a team and become even more focused on winning. April 1 began against visiting Western New Mexico with the men and women coming up with a loss. Later in the day they defeated Colorado Christian. The morning brought […]
MSU Denver women’s tennis was defeated by Weber State University in the first home match of the season March 4. The 7-2 loss dropped the Roadrunners to 4-7 overall while Weber State improved to 3-8 on the season. Sophomores Emily Kerr and Courtney Wright teamed up in the No. 1 doubles, notching an 8-5 victory. […]
On March 8, Denver Police began enforcing eviction notices to the homeless residents camping near the Samaritan House. Police stated they would begin to vacate the area at 9:30 a.m. and issue arrests if necessary. Police activity has been on the rise in the area since the mandatory eviction of the homeless in Curtis Park […]
A portrait artist is heating up Denver’s art scene with her new exhibit. Amy Lee Lummus’s “Love, Line, Joshua and Jane” connects viewers through the stories of 18th century English novelist Jane Austen. As viewers walked through the Tryst Lounge, located near Denver’s Larimer Square on 15th Street, they immediately felt engaged by the paintings. […]
The Great Pumpkin Haul race, held at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Oct. 24 helped get families into the autumn spirit. Teams and individuals alike navigate the two-mile obstacle course in costumes and outfits featuring a lot of orange. The event is in its second year gives part of the registration proceeds to Camp Como, […]
Look for full coverage of Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders Colorado campaign stop in this week’s issue of The Metropolitan.