Metrosphere

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Metrosphere, an arts, lit and culture magazine, is a monthly multimedia publication that professionally showcases the creative work of students and alumni of Metropolitan State University of Denver. In print since 1984, Metrosphere offers a creative alternative to commercial news outlets. In 2007 and 2011, Metrosphere added the Associated Collegiate Press’s prestigious Pacemaker Award to its record of recognition and achievement. This year, Metrosphere was awarded the SPJ Region 9 Mark of Excellence award for Best College Magazine. Metrosphere is supported by Met Media, which exists to provide a comprehensive, multimedia learning experience for MSU Denver students.

 

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Marine mammals get a lending hand from the community

Marine mammals get a lending hand from the community

                SAUSALITO, Calif. – The sound of a dozen rambunctious, hungry seals fills the observation deck of the Marine Mammal Center’s sprawling landscape. Children race up to the railings, pressing their squirmy bodies against it, eager to get a look at the oil-slick bodies flopping below. The 42-year-old […]

A closer look at DiNK

A closer look at DiNK

The second and third floors of the McNichols Civic Center were packed this weekend with sci-fi and fantasy characters from modest and demure to political and outrageous. They were drawn in every style on the covers of comics and graphic novels, enticing visitors walking by to pick them up and give them a read. MSU […]

Anthropologist by day, comic creator by night

Anthropologist by day, comic creator by night

As students, we sit in our classrooms listening to professors that we often know little about. They tell us their credentials the first day of class and as the semester passes they might offer tidbits about themselves, but we rarely learn much about their hobbies or passions. Professor Jeremy Stoll is no different. He teaches […]

Haunted – Sifting Through the Pages of Mortality

Haunted – Sifting Through the Pages of Mortality

I honestly do try to find horror books that are out of the ordinary, a taste of something different, if you will.  That is why I truly enjoyed reading Chuck Palahmiuk’s exciting book, “Haunted”. I’ve frequently asked myself, what exactly defines the genre of horror?  Do people have to die?  Does there have to be […]

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