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MSU Denver professor’s tweet leads to uncertain future

MSU Denver professor’s tweet leads to uncertain future

The future is uncertain for former Denver Post sportswriter and part-time MSU Denver professor Terry Frei after a controversial tweet on Memorial Day weekend. Frei, who has taught a sports writing class at MSU Denver since 2015, was relieved from his position at the Denver Post less than 24 hours after posting a tweet regarding […]

MSU Denver expands with new school

MSU Denver expands with new school

At the Board of Trustees Meeting on May 5, the School of Hospitality, Events and Tourism was formally established. The approval for the creation of the HEaT school was backed up by the program’s substantial growth since 2012, almost doubling due to the program’s move to the Hotel and Hospitality Learning Center. President Steve Jordan […]

Michael Bahl comes full circle, named men’s basketball head coach

Michael Bahl comes full circle, named men’s basketball head coach

Former assistant coach Michael Bahl has been tapped to become the new head coach of MSU Denver’s men’s basketball team. He takes over for Derrick Clark, who coached the Roadrunners for seven seasons before being let go by MSU Denver. Bahl is a Roadrunner lifer. During his playing days at MSU Denver from 2003-07, he was […]

Poor state funding causes another tuition hike

Poor state funding causes another tuition hike

MSU Denver students can expect a tuition increase for the 2017-18 school year. The board of trustees passed a 6.5 percent hike on May 5. According to the Early Bird, state funding of higher education fluctuates significantly because it is considered optional by lawmakers. Based on the state budget for the upcoming fiscal year, Colorado higher […]

Committee re-evaluates Tivoli event pricing

Committee re-evaluates Tivoli event pricing

Auraria Higher Education Center partners with the Student Advisory Committee to the Auraria Board to adjust pricing programs for exterior and interior spaces on Auraria Campus. Auraria is home to more than 44,000 students at three different higher education institutions. While many know of the collaboration between the three schools, there is an overlooked price […]

Theater Corner: Meet the cast, ‘The American Clock’

Theater Corner: Meet the cast, ‘The American Clock’

All professionals must get their start somewhere, whether from observation, getting their hands dirty or in this case taking classes. For MSU Denver students William Hunter and Miranda Ireland, that start is right here in the MSU Denver Theatre Department. Hunter is a theater major with an English minor. He hones in on his acting […]

Student journalists receive mark of excellence

Student journalists receive mark of excellence

Hard work and dedication are the main reasons why the Region 9 Mark of Excellence Conference in Salt Lake City greeted the students of MSU Denver with just desserts of 20 awards: eight winners and 12 other finalists. Metrosphere took the award for best student magazine. Metrosphere photographer Brandon Sanchez won the award for best […]

Going with the flow: Water careers on display

Going with the flow: Water careers on display

The Water Association of Student Steward Urban Program held their third annual career event on at St. Cajetan’s Event Center Feb. 28. “This third fair was the most successful,” he said. “We’re going to maintain momentum from that and go forward,” said MSU Denver student McCarthy Kessler. He has been a WASSUP member for two […]

Podcast: U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Snow Interview (3/8/17)

Podcast: U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Snow Interview (3/8/17)

Met Media welcomed United States Army Major General Jeffrey Snow to the Met Radio studios Wednesday to discuss opportunities for college students with the U.S. Army. Met Radio music director Vinnie White, a Marine Corps veteran, conducted the 15-minute interview and also asked Maj. Gen. Snow to recite the best advice he has ever received. Earlier Wednesday afternoon, […]

The 25 annual Bridge Speaker event examines empathy through poetic expression

The 25 annual Bridge Speaker event examines empathy through poetic expression

Poetry can enact social and political activism, and is a tool for understanding difficult topics such as sexism, racism, homophobia and transphobia. It allows for people of different backgrounds to sympathize with one another and also learn about the history of each others cultures. Through poetry, people of all genders, races, religions and abilities can […]

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