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DreamHack Masters event kicks off North American tour that has Denver in its crosshair

DreamHack Masters event kicks off North American tour that has Denver in its crosshair

Vegas has been home to some of the best head-to-head sports matchups in history; Tyson vs. Holyfield, McGregor vs. Diaz, and now Virtus Pro vs. Astralis. That last one may boggle your mind, but in the world of eSports and Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), this is one of the more exciting professional gaming matchups […]

Students gather to discuss student-athlete compensation

Students gather to discuss student-athlete compensation

The ongoing issue of student athlete compensation was debated by MSU Denver Associate Director of Athletics John Kietzmann and MSU Denver Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Ethics and Social Justice Samuel Jay on Feb. 16. Kietzmann, Jay and about 20 students gathered for the conversation, which was a part of the weekly tri-institutional Hot Topic series. […]

Women’s basketball peaking at right time

Women’s basketball peaking at right time

Don’t look now, but the MSU Denver women’s basketball team has won six of its last seven games and is currently sixth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The Roadrunners continued their hot play Feb. 10 and 11 with wins over Chadron State and Regis University. Junior guard Georgia Ohrdorf played a stellar game against Black Hills […]

Gender equality keeps MSU Denver football team on sidelines

Gender equality keeps MSU Denver football team on sidelines

With more than 19,000 students, a 150-acre campus and an insatiable hunger for it statewide, one may wonder why MSU Denver doesn’t field a football team. Dustin Porter, like many other MSU Denver students, wonders why MSU Denver doesn’t have a team. “We have so many other sports teams that football would make more sense,” […]

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