MSU Denver Theatre Department’s latest production of ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ opened last weekend in the Eugenia Rawls Courtyard Theater and provided a fun night at the theatre. ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ is a musical rendition of the Princess and the Pea with music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer. The […]
More than four months after Dr. Stephen Jordan announced his June retirement, MSU Denver knows the name and face of his likely replacement: Janine Davidson, former undersecretary of the U.S. Navy. Board of Trustees Chairperson Michelle Lucero made the announcement of Davidson as the sole finalist of the presidential search committee at the Faculty Senate meeting on […]
A Denver woman’s tweets supporting the assassination of Donald Trump have gone viral, creating a Twitter firestorm. The woman likely worked temporarily at MSU Denver in 2015. On Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, a Twitter account belonging to Tracy Pickerill sent a series of tweets that included this reference to President-elect Donald Trump: Individuals concerned about the threats […]
America Ferrera visits the Auraria Campus Tuesday October 26, 2016 alongside of VOTO LATINO. Their mission is to help promote young latinos and young voters in general to vote. Ferrera spoke multiple times about how each person’s vote matters and that it is up to the American people to take a stand for what they […]
With the stress of school work and everyday life, staying fit during the semester can sometimes be difficult. Well, the Auraria campus is offering a fit for fall challenge to help students maintain a healthy lifestyle. Natalya Snegireva got a closer look at the program.
Roadrunners Give Back, an organization from MSU Denver has many events where they give back to the community. Andrea Herrera visited them at the Denver Rescue Mission last week. Get out there and volunteer!
The pool in the physical education building on the Auraria campus has been left closed and empty for quite some time now. We caught up with Tony Price the director of campus recreation to find out what the plans are for that space.
She used her education, experiences, and story to give students and staff an insight on how they can improve not only the outcomes their lives, but also the lives of others around them. Ashley Rhodes-Courter took time in her speech to reflect on specific parts of her memoir as well as answer a few questions […]