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Panama Papers: Portrait of a Pulitzer Prize

Panama Papers: Portrait of a Pulitzer Prize

On April 10 the Denver Press Club welcomed Kevin G. Hall, the chief economics reporter for McClatchy DC, to speak about President Trump’s business dealings, his connection to Russia and the Panama Papers. Hall and his team, along with reporters at the Miami Herald, found out earlier the same day that they had won the […]

Reduction of health insurance rates slated for fall semester

Reduction of health insurance rates slated for fall semester

Students can now look forward to lower numbers on their tuition bill starting in the fall semester of 2017. Student health insurance rates are going down for MSU Denver students who rely on the school’s services. Usually, rates go up and benefits get cut, making it hard for young people to have health insurance. The […]

Student presidential election heats up

Student presidential election heats up

Kicking off on April 11, the MSU Denver Student Government Assembly election week is in full swing. Campaigns began in late February and the final list of the candidates was released on April 3. The student government president helps make many crucial decisions regarding student funding and spending. Three students are finalists for the position. […]

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 […]

The Damned in Denver, 40 years strong

The Damned in Denver, 40 years strong

When punk burst on the scene in the mid ‘70s none received more recognition than the Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Ramones. Although punk progenitors The Damned hardly received the recognition and praise of their contemporaries in the mid ‘70s, they have proven just as influential. The Damned is a name on the list […]

New law protects free speech rights on campus

New law protects free speech rights on campus

Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill April 4 aimed at protecting free speech rights at public institutions. Senate Bill 62, sponsored by Republican legislators Sen. Tim Neville and Rep. Stephen Murphy, along with Democratic Rep. Jeff Bridges, passed the House unanimously, 64-0, in late March. The new law will prohibit public institutions, such as universities, […]

Joe Salazar eyes attorney general seat

Joe Salazar eyes attorney general seat

As the Trump presidency approaches week 11, Joe Salazar has reached the conclusion that Coloradans need protection from Trump’s terrorizing administration. Not one to sit on his hands when communities are targeted, Salazar has decided to step up and take action.  Democratic state Rep. Joe Salazar filed paperwork for attorney general for the 2018 election […]

San Francisco: Nativist storm brings disparate communities closer together

San Francisco: Nativist storm brings disparate communities closer together

Sharing a post about an Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid on social media may seem like an efficient way of helping immigrants in the community. In reality, it spreads fear among the community due to misinformation proliferating into cyberspace. A 24/7 local rapid response network hotline was established in San Francisco by a group of […]