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Met Opinion: Inside the news room

Met Opinion: Inside the news room

If Met Media collected a nickel for every time someone accused a member of our news staff of over stepping their bounds, asking questions they “shouldn’t” or misrepresenting someone or something on Auraria Campus, we would empty out a sizeable jar on a regular basis. This is not to say that we are unethical or […]

Opinion: Facing the faceless foe

Opinion: Facing the faceless foe

It’s safe to say Donald Trump’s refugee ban has fallen short of lessening people’s fears of terrorism. After passing an executive order Friday barring refugees and immigrants from seven major Muslim countries while deporting some who are already in the United States, many people quickly rose up in opposition. Protesters gathered at major airports in […]

Opinion: Yearly progress without the pressure

Opinion: Yearly progress without the pressure

For many Americans, the conclusion of the holiday season comes with a balanced mixture of celebration and stress.  After the shopping sprees have ended and the tree has been taken down, the prospects of a new year with new possibilities creeps into the forefront of many people’s minds. Creating realistic New Year’s resolutions can prove […]

Op-ed: The art of awkward dating

Op-ed: The art of awkward dating

Let’s talk about the wonderful world of awkward dating. I feel the inherent right to unleash my vast knowledge of the subject. What gives me that right? I am the longest running single twenty-six year old in my district (kisses three fingers, and holds them up to the sky). All jokes aside, I am hesitant […]

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