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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 […]

Love Your Body workshop educates body love when the world tells you to hate it

Love Your Body workshop educates body love when the world tells you to hate it

With today’s easily accessible technology, people are constantly being barraged with images that influence how they think they should look. Am I thin enough? Does my hair have a natural shine?  Is my skin clear? The pressure to fit society’s concept of beautiful can be a heavy additional burden to an already stressful life. MSU […]

Colorado teachers worried over DeVos

Colorado teachers worried over DeVos

Students and teachers in Colorado are concerned with Betsy DeVos’ confirmation as secretary of education. Although the Colorado state legislature has more influence over Colorado’s schools than DeVos may have, she does have the power to push her policies. “DeVos’ policies will affect my school along with other public schools because her policies devalue the […]

GOP bill may affect DACA students

GOP bill may affect DACA students

The introduction of a new bill presented by state Rep. Dave Williams, R-Colorado Springs, has received varied reactions from politicians and Colorado residents. The Colorado Politician Accountability Act makes it a crime for elected officials to enact sanctuary policies. The term “sanctuary city” is a name given to cities that have adopted a policy of […]

Board of Trustees finalizes Janine Davidson as new president

Board of Trustees finalizes Janine Davidson as new president

Months of searching concluded Feb. 14 when the MSU Denver Board of Trustees moved to formally appoint Janine Davidson as the successor to President Stephen Jordan. The appointment was preceded by a two-day visit to campus during which Davidson met with faculty, staff, administrators and others. Students had the opportunity to meet Davidson in an […]

Women’s basketball peaking at right time

Women’s basketball peaking at right time

Don’t look now, but the MSU Denver women’s basketball team has won six of its last seven games and is currently sixth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The Roadrunners continued their hot play Feb. 10 and 11 with wins over Chadron State and Regis University. Junior guard Georgia Ohrdorf played a stellar game against Black Hills […]

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