About Aaron Lambert

I am a convergent journalism major in my senior year at MSU Denver. I was born and raised a native here in Colorado, and I currently live in Westminster, CO with my wife and pup. I am an avid lover of music, specifically heavy/extreme metal, and I regularly scribble words about such topics over at the underground metal blog Heavy Blog Is Heavy.

Aaron Lambert's Stories

Denver Hospitals Taking Precautionary Measures Against Ebola

December 1, 2014

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DENVER – Several Denver hospitals have jumped on the preparedness bandwagon are taking necessary precautionary measures to combat the Ebola virus should any cases arise in Colorado. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has designated three hospitals to treat any patients displaying Ebola symptoms: Denver Health Medical Center, University of Colorado Hospital and […]

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Jeffco Students Speak Out Against Curriculum Changes at School Board Meeting

October 23, 2014

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GOLDEN, Colo. – Jeffco students of all grades exercised their First Amendment rights on Oct. 2 during a controversial school board meeting, speaking out against a proposed curriculum review committee appointed by Jeffco school board members to review the school system’s Advanced Placement U.S. History curriculum. Students and parents alike held signs that said things […]

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“Daniel the Lion Day” Celebrates Lives Taken Too Soon

September 25, 2014

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BROOMFIELD, Colo. – The birthday of a lost loved one can be a day of sorrow and mourning, but for the Jaramillo family, it has become an opportunity to celebrate the life of their baby son, and invite the community, and others who have experienced similar hardships, to do the same. On Aug. 31, the […]

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The Shape of Punk to Come: R.I.P AMP and Hails & Horns

May 5, 2013

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Perhaps Mr. Bob Dylan said it best when he sang, “The times, they are a changin.’” The times are changing indeed, especially for journalism. Ask any hot-shot media mogul and they’ll say traditional print newspapers and magazines are being phased out rather quickly by intangible, digital counterparts, and the Internet is becoming the preferred medium […]

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The Fragile, Life-Giving Art of Being a NICU Nurse

March 24, 2013

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DENVER – “Being a nurse for babies is the most life-giving type of work. A baby is the future of a family. When you care for a baby, you care for the future of their family.” This sentiment shared by Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nurse Katie Hepp may seem scary and pressure-filled to many, but […]

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Pope’s resignation unlikely to bring changes in Catholic dogma, experts say

March 13, 2013

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DENVER – In light of Pope Benedict XVI leaving the Vatican for the last time on Feb. 28, marking the first resignation of a pope in almost 600 years, many people, Catholics and non-Catholics alike, are expecting some of the more controversial church teachings to be given leeway when a new Pope is elected by […]

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Colorado Bill Could Strengthen Workforce, Increase College Attendance Opportunities

February 27, 2013

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DENVER – Four-year Bachelor’s degrees at community colleges may seem unheard of, but a number of states have been offering them for some time, and Colorado may soon jump on the bandwagon. The recently proposed Senate Bill 165 would allow Colorado Community Colleges to offer a limited number of four-year degrees not offered at higher […]

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No Plans to Implement Smoking Ban at Auraria

February 10, 2013

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DENVER – While the smell of tobacco may be dissipating over at University of Colorado in Boulder, it’s distinguishable scent remains at Auraria Campus, and it’s likely to linger into the unforeseeable future. Last week, CU-Boulder administration approved a campus-wide smoking ban prohibiting anyone from smoking while on campus, which will be enforced through self-policing […]

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