Student Life

The dance of a baby in Cherry Creek

The dance of a baby in Cherry Creek

Life has often been described as a dance. Each of us are simply trying to figure out how to step next to navigate our lives. “The Baby Dance” at Cherry Creek Theatre tells the tale of two couples, dance together as they decide the fate of an unborn child. This emotional and powerful drama has […]

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 […]

Trans-students protected on Auraria

Trans-students protected on Auraria

MSU Denver President Stephen Jordan issued a statement making it clear that the university’s non-discrimination policy will still protect transgender students regardless of the federal decision that was recently made. On Feb. 22, President Trump withdrew federal protections for transgender students. The decision is now being left up to the states. There are still many […]

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 […]

Davidson’s priorities: Student success and access to higher education

Davidson’s priorities: Student success and access to higher education

On the weekend before she was officially appointed the new president of MSU Denver, Dr. Janine Davidson responded to several questions presented to her by Joella Baumann, editor-in-chief of The Metropolitan, and news editor Esteban Fernandez. The Metropolitan: What specific experiences in your background have prepared you to lead a public university, in particular an […]

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.

The Nightly Met Christmas Special

We are proud to present our first ever Christmas Special. Our Christmas Special was broadcast live Dec. 16th to the Denver are and featured Danielle Ate The Sandwich, Ryan Chrys and the Roughs, Avourneen, Nicole Dalby from the American Cancer Society and the cast of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer- The Musical. Thank you so much to everyone who came […]

The Rowdy Rundown: Nov. 14

The Rowdy Rundown: Nov. 14

The Rowdy Rundown for the events on Auraria Campus and MSU Denver. Week of Nov. 14th: Monday 14th: MSU Denver Early Music Ensemble • 7:30pm – 9:30pm • King Center Recital Hall Tuesday 15th: Roadrunners give back stop and serve • 10am – 2pm • Tivoli Turnhalle Tuesday 15th: Employer Visit Day • 10am – […]

The Rowdy Rundown: Nov. 7th

The Rowdy Rundown: Nov. 7th

The Rowdy Rundown for the events on Auraria Campus and MSU Denver. Week of Nov. 7th: Monday 7th: Understanding Bipolar Illness • 11am – 12pm • Tivoli 651 Monday 7th: Student recitals • 2pm – 5pm • King Center Concert Hall Tuesday 8th: Women’s Volleyball vs. Colorado Mesa • 7pm • Auraria Events Center Wednesday […]

The Rowdy Rundown: Oct. 31st

The Rowdy Rundown: Oct. 31st

The Rowdy Rundown for the events on Auraria Campus and MSU Denver. Week of Oct. 31st 2016: Monday 31st: Masterpieces and Milkshakes • 4-6pm • Tivoli Turnhalle • Painting and delicious milkshakes Tuesday 1st: All-State Band and Orchestra Prep Clinic • 6-8pm • King Center Concert Hall • Contact Charla Bevan Wednesday 2nd: LGBTQ Art […]

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