education

Latinx summit builds on activist legacy

Latinx summit builds on activist legacy

Rising out of the fields, “Si se puede,” journeyed from a slogan popularized by Cesar Chavez during the labor struggles of the ’60s to the summer of Obama’s first election campaign. Roughly translated, it means “Yes, we can.” Cesar Chavez Day was celebrated at St. Cajetan’s Church at the 13th annual Latinx Leadership Summit. The […]

Colorado teachers worried over DeVos

Colorado teachers worried over DeVos

Students and teachers in Colorado are concerned with Betsy DeVos’ confirmation as secretary of education. Although the Colorado state legislature has more influence over Colorado’s schools than DeVos may have, she does have the power to push her policies. “DeVos’ policies will affect my school along with other public schools because her policies devalue the […]

New bill accelerates veteran education

New bill accelerates veteran education

Any veteran seeking higher education at MSU Denver may find their degree load easier thanks to a new bill introduced into Colorado’s House of Representatives. House Bill 17-1004 seeks to direct Colorado’s Commission on Higher Education to draft a metric that would make it possible for military education and training to count toward academic credit. […]

Colorado Community leaders speak on the steps of the Capitol

Colorado Community leaders speak on the steps of the Capitol

As the nation scrambles after Donald Trump wins this election, Colorado community leaders gathered Thursday Nov. 10, 2016 to stand in unity and lets the citizens of Colorado know minority voices will be heard.   Photos from Denver’s anti-Trump rally.             In Defense of Our Communities Photos: Denver unites for […]

The Daily Met – 9.26.16

The Daily Met – 9.26.16

The gang talks the growing trend online podcast horror theater. With environmentalism on the rise, humans are looking to modernize how we dispose of the deceased. A recent case of self protection in Georgia has everyone talking gun rights. We discuss the ever-growing concern of drug a drug resistant bug epidemic

The Daily Met – 9.21.16

The Daily Met – 9.21.16

The Nightly Met’s Avery Anderson joins us as we discuss a peculiar incident on campus. We discuss the death penalty and the double standards that come with it. The gang discusses Donald Trump Jr. and his comparison of refugees with Skittles. We discuss a recent case of Wells Fargo employees committing identity fraud for bonuses.

Proposed state budget could increase tuition

Proposed state budget could increase tuition

Students may be footing the bill for a $76 million shortfall in the state’s higher education fund. The $76 million figure is comprised of a $20 million budget cut to the higher education fund as well as an estimated $56 million rise in higher education operating costs across the state. “The state is abandoning families […]

MSU Denver business school gains coveted accreditation

MSU Denver business school gains coveted accreditation

MSU Denver’s College of Business received a business accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business awarded to fewer than five percent of U.S. universities. The AACSB was founded in 1916 by 17 renowned institutions including Dartmouth, Harvard, and Yale. Based in Tampa, Florida, 755 institutions across 51 countries hold this accreditation. The accreditation pertains […]

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