National News

Daytime Duo 2/9/2017

This week’s guests are Leah Marvin-Riley, Matt Rouch and Nick Thomas, plus Avery and Deanna dish on the Lady Gaga, the Santa Clarita Diet, the NOH8 campaign comes to Denver and more.

Metropolitan News Briefs – Nov. 18

Metropolitan News Briefs – Nov. 18

MSU Denver Student activism continues Casa Mayan is hosting a walkout on Nov. 16, in support of undocumented immigrants. The event page on Facebook calls for participants to commit to “putting our bodies between Trump/ICE and undocumented students.” The walkout will take place from 3-6 p.m. and meet in front of Auraria Library. Denver Homeless […]

Election breakdown: National results by state

Election breakdown: National results by state

Every vote counted in the early hours of the race for the United States presidency with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump fighting neck and neck for vital steps. Early counts showed Trump controlling states in the southern U.S. while Clinton took most votes along the East and West coast. However, Clinton’s firewall began to crumble. […]

Democrats brace for next four years

Democrats brace for next four years

Confidence turned to dumbstruck despair as Wolf Blitzer rattled off the results to the 2016 U.S. presidential election in a hotel ballroom full of Hillary Clinton supporters on Nov. 8. “I fear that this is the wrath of the ex-union voter come back to roost among Democrats who have left them behind,” said Michael Neil, […]

Political Panel: Foreign Policy

Political Panel: Foreign Policy

The United States does not exist in a vacuum, and its relationships with the rest of the world impact millions of lives. Challenges facing the nation this century include Russia, China and an unstable Middle East. Esteban Fernandez and Devyn Deeter discuss foreign entanglements. Fernandez: A prevalent theme this cycle was the desire from base of […]

World Series 2016: Ending one title drought

World Series 2016: Ending one title drought

The 2016 World Series is upon us, and two of the most unaccomplished franchises are the participants. The Chicago Cubs opened the World Series in Cleveland on Oct. 25, losing to the Cleveland Indians, 6-0, at Progressive Field. The Indians have not won the World Series since 1948, but the Cubs’ championship drought extends back […]

Bennet encourages student voting turnout

Bennet encourages student voting turnout

Mingling with students around the Tivoli on Oct. 18, Sen. Michael Bennet and Mayor Michael Hancock urged students to vote in the upcoming presidential election. “If you’re born poor in this country, your chance of graduating with a college degree or its equivelant are roughly nine in a hundred,” Bennet said. During his short speech […]

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