About Davy Burke

Davy Burke is a broadcast journalism student at MSU-Denver. Davy is a big sports fan and enjoys watching, covering, and broadcasting sporting events. He is also passionate about writng any news story possible.

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Every College Students “Major” Decision

April 28, 2013

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — Everyday students on the Auraria Campus, and all over the country, make “major” and sometimes “minor” decisions that shape their careers both during and after college. Those “major” and “minor” decisions determine what they want to study while in school. For many students, selecting a major and a minor is not […]

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42 Proves to be Grand Slam

April 28, 2013

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The life and legacy of Jackie Robinson is celebrated in the recently release biopic 42. The Warner Brothers picture, released on April 12, has been anticipated for a while and has received positive reviews. 42 has created an enormous buzz for both movie goers and baseball fans, as it gives a great history lesson of […]

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Jefferson Proves to be Metro’s Shooting Star on and off the Court

March 27, 2013

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DENVER, Auraria Campus- The legacies of great players are cemented in big moments. These moments are what define a player’s career, and are met through hard work, determination and passion. Those that were at the Auraria Event Center on March 9 witnessed Metro State point guard Brandon Jefferson’s big moment. With nine-seconds left with the […]

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Stress and the Life of a College Student

March 9, 2013

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Stress and the Life of a College Student

DENVER — Going to college is a very important part of millions of American lives. Going to college can also be the first step for great things to come in a person’s life. However, the life of a college student is not always as smooth as silk. As many know college life can be stressful, […]

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Flu Epidemic Keeping Students on Edge

March 9, 2013

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Flu Epidemic Keeping Students on Edge

DENVER, Auraria Campus — Many college students know that in order to succeed in school, they must stay healthy and not miss class. While staying healthy and attending class has not been a major issue for students in the past that has changed this year due to the flu epidemic, which has hit the nation […]

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Roadrunners Run with New Number 1

February 10, 2013

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DENVER — From professors, to students, to the campus itself, Metro State is home to numerous magnificent things. All of this gives every Roadrunner, past and present, pride in being apart of the MSU-Denver fabric. Now, Metro State is home to something else great. That is the Metro State basketball team (17-0 overall, 13-0 in […]

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Return of the Corn Mothers, Proves to be Success in Community

November 13, 2012

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — The Center of Visual Arts presented the Return of the Corn Mothers art exhibit last month. The exhibit presented art work from Corn Mothers from around the western US as well as workshops and guest speakers to coincide with the exhibit. A Corn Mother is described as a woman who has […]

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