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House Bill 1131

House Bill 1131

Financial aid and the College Opportunity Fund are two things that Colorado students heavily rely on. COF provides a stipend to eligible undergraduate students, and College Assist is a nonprofit guarantor for the Federal Family Education Loan Program. The two work together to ensure that college can be affordable for all Colorado students. HB 17-1131, […]

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 […]

Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place exhibit opens at the Denver Art Museum

Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place exhibit opens at the Denver Art Museum

The Denver Art Museum opened their new exhibit, Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place, last week. The site-specific commission showcases Hispanic and Latino artist from the American Southwest and their interpretation of place. Place was defined in many different ways. Artists expressed place in terms such as: home, location, country and border. The exhibit consists […]

Sports Stance: Rockies finally giving fans hope

Sports Stance: Rockies finally giving fans hope

For the first time in what seems like forever, the Colorado Rockies enter spring training with something the fan base hasn’t seen in almost seven years – legitimate optimism. It’s been common for the Rockies to start the season hot with dominant hitting and passable pitching. However, as the season goes on, injuries creep up […]

MSU Denver Theatre Tackles the Mattress

MSU Denver Theatre Tackles the Mattress

  MSU Denver Theatre Department’s latest production of ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ opened last weekend in the Eugenia Rawls Courtyard Theater and provided a fun night at the theatre.   ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ is a musical rendition of the Princess and the Pea with music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer. The […]

Tokin’ with Tolbert: Chocolate takes over at the Hemp & Cannabis career fair

Tokin’ with Tolbert: Chocolate takes over at the Hemp & Cannabis career fair

Cannabis has become an integral part of the Colorado community. As resourceful entrepreneurs continue to make their way to the Mile High City with hopes of owning their own businesses, the need for qualified employees has become even more evident. Cultivated Synergy, a collaborative workspace that brings together cannabis related businesses hosted its’ first biannual […]

Activists unite against immigration policy

Activists unite against immigration policy

Outside the federal immigration center in Aurora, roughly 100 activists gathered in protest on Feb. 25. Their reason was the Trump administration’s aggressive actions in deporting immigrants. As explained by the rally’s organizer Holly Smith, the purpose was to peacefully illustrate the solidarity that exists between Colorado residents and immigrants throughout the country. Smith said the […]

Sports Stance: A look at Derrick Clark’s leadership

Sports Stance: A look at Derrick Clark’s leadership

The atmosphere within the men’s basketball organization has been a mystery ever since head coach Derrick Clark was suspended and junior guard Cam Williams was dismissed. At the center of this is Clark’s future at MSU Denver. On Jan. 28, Clark was suspended and Williams was dismissed. The athletics department issued a press release that […]