Hundreds gathered at Longmont’s Roosevelt Park to raise money and show appreciation for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The day also highlighted 10-year-old Leukemia survivor Quade Marks. Left Hand Brewing Company hosted the event that generated immense support for the society. Craft beers and a tribute band also showcased this year’s Leftapalooza party. Leftapalooza joined other […]
The NFL preseason kicked off this past week and many still question why quarterback Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned. Some argue it’s because of his kneeling protest during the national anthem. Others argue that the NFL has a race issue and Kaepernick happens to be a victim of it. While that may partially be the case, […]
The Festival of Felines, held July 29 at the Cat Care Society, gave the public an opportunity to meet all their cats currently up for adoption. Cat lovers walked into a hallway littered with cats. Black cats, calico cats, tabby cats, white cats, orange cats-there was no shortage of variety. Some of them approached people […]
Shootout for Soldiers held its annual 24-hour lacrosse tournament during July 29-30 at Aurora Sports Park. The tournament featured a new lacrosse game every hour for 24 hours and raised money for veteran-focused nonprofits. Public fundraising events are important for nonprofits like Pets for Vets. They increase awareness of the organization and raise necessary funds. […]
The MSU Denver women’s soccer team enters the 2017 season with its sights on the school’s 16th consecutive playoff berth under new head coach Tracy Chao. The Roadrunners, who lost a 1-0 heartbreaker in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament semifinals after reaching the playoff for the 15th consecutive year, are returning seven of […]
After an impressive post- season run that nearly secured berth in the 2016 NCAA Tournament, MSU Denver’s men’s soccer returns for head coach Jeremy Tittle’s third season in 2017. The Roadrunners had a successful 2016 regular season. They flirted with top-25 NCAA Division II ranking for the majority of the season and ended with an […]
Although Auraria campus remains free from hate crimes so far in 2017, students feel tension due to the current political climate and racial divides across the nation. The lack of reported hate crimes this year differs from 2016, when there were four reported hate crimes against students at school related events both away from campus and […]
About 1,500 people attended the 44th American Legislative Exchange Council annual meeting that took place at the Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Denver beginning July 19. Conservative legislators, lobbyists, corporate stakeholders and ALEC members came together under one roof to network and discuss government policies. One of the major topics discussed was school choice voucher […]
MSU Denver President Dr. Janine Davidson held her first cabinet meeting Aug. 7. Davidson outlined the guiding principles for her staff, among other news.
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