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 […]
The Colorado Dragon Boat Festival descended on Sloan’s Lake for the 16th annual year bringing culture, education and entertainment to Colorado residents. Modeled after an ancient Chinese custom celebrating the poet Qu Yuan’s life and sacrifice, the Dragon Boat Festival brings together teams from around the state to compete. It has continued to grow as one […]
Asbestos will be removed from the East entrance to the Physical Education, Recreation, and Event Center, which will close the building from August 6 to 15.
On a typical weekend, kids and dogs rule the streets of Elyria-Swansea. Swansea Park comes alive with laughter, a rubber basketball’s slapping blacktop, bicycle tires’ scratching gravel and the occasional yelling and uproar over an elementary school-age fistfight. In the 23-mile stretch across this neighborhood of northeast Denver, yards are a patchwork of varying maintenance. […]
Summer signals the season of beer and festivals in Colorado, two things that draw people to Denver. Kicking off this year’s festival season was The Sun Drenched Music Festival which began on May 14.
Taurus April 20 – May 20 Whatever advice you give will have more importance for its recipient than you might think it would, so be careful about how adamant you are that they follow it. Gemini May 21 – June 20 If you’re trying to solidify a relationship with someone, try picking a fight with […]
On March 30, The Metropolitan published my story about a homeless man named Bob Embrey who was residing near the East Bay in San Francisco. Bob was dog-sitting two massive Newfoundlands when I came across him during my stay at San Francisco for a journalism class. Upon interviewing Bob and finding out more about his story, I […]
The rating of “The Huntsman: Winter’s War” averaged out to 17 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, making it one of the worst choices for a movie night. Critics and movie fans with one voice warn not to waste your time and money on a dreadful interpretation of a beloved Grimm’s fairy tale. The film has compelling […]
When MSU Denver graduate Chantal Baca hears the words higher education, she thinks about pushing limits. Baca has surpassed challenges and obstacles in her life as a woman of color and first generation college student. At the 29th Annual Outstanding Women’s Awards, Baca was recognized for her accomplishments in the higher education community and encompassing […]
Beyoncé has stopped the world once again. On April 23, she debuted her visual album Lemonade and proved that her creativity knows no bounds. The hour-long special aired on HBO, which was appropriate for the subject matter and language depicted. The combination of stunning visuals, heartbreaking poetry, and the rawest and most personal album from […]