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High altitude fun on the Cog Railway

High altitude fun on the Cog Railway

Need a great weekend vacation getaway? Look no further than Colorado Springs. The Springs has many great destinations that a lot of locals tend to forget about or ignore. Colorado has much to offer in the way of vacation destinations and most are a scant fews hours drive away. The Cog Railway in Manitou Springs […]

Theater Corner: Brides of the water emerge in Arvada

Theater Corner: Brides of the water emerge in Arvada

The sound of dripping water, a cold lifeless clawfoot bath tub and three worn out wedding dresses lay silent on stage. These eerie, unsettling sights are what audiences are first introduced to at “The Drowning Girls” now playing at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. “The Drowning Girls” follows the story of the […]

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 […]

A closer look at DiNK

A closer look at DiNK

The second and third floors of the McNichols Civic Center were packed this weekend with sci-fi and fantasy characters from modest and demure to political and outrageous. They were drawn in every style on the covers of comics and graphic novels, enticing visitors walking by to pick them up and give them a read. MSU […]

Anthropologist by day, comic creator by night

Anthropologist by day, comic creator by night

As students, we sit in our classrooms listening to professors that we often know little about. They tell us their credentials the first day of class and as the semester passes they might offer tidbits about themselves, but we rarely learn much about their hobbies or passions. Professor Jeremy Stoll is no different. He teaches […]

Ian Heinisch: From behind bars to MMA

Ian Heinisch: From behind bars to MMA

Ian “The Hurricane” Heinisch is an undefeated middleweight mixed martial artist training out of Factory X. The Hurricane nickname not only embodies his fighting style, but it also symbolizes the whirlwind of a journey this young fighter has faced outside of the cage. “Honestly I try to relive those dark moments right before the fight,” […]

Sports Stance: The search begins

Sports Stance: The search begins

With Derrick Clark’s firing, the Athletics Department must decide what traits and qualification they want in the basketball team’s next leader After MSU Denver parted ways with men’s basketball head coach Derrick Clark on March 27, an immediate search for a new head coach began. During Clark’s seven years as head coach, he was the […]

Theater Corner: Meet the cast of The American Clock

Theater Corner: Meet the cast of The American Clock

Students begin their journey into acting with ’80s production 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 […]