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Auraria students remember 9/11

September 11, 2011

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Many young adults were children when the 9/11 attacks took place. However, many still can recount the day. MSCD freshman, Mohamed Elbashirir recalled his feelings on the tradgedy. Born Jan. 4, 1992, Elbashirir was only 9 years old when the attacks took place, but he is still deeply affected. – James Crussell “I was here […]

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Pointless Surveys

May 10, 2011

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By Monica Garcia Surveys. We all love to hate them. They are everywhere! On the bottom of your receipt at the store, in your email after you make an online purchase, in your mail, need I say more?! My latest survey experience took it to another level of hate, I mean love for surveys. I […]

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Into Africa

April 7, 2011

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By Tyler Grimes “We can’t move him by Mutatu or his blood pressure will sky rocket and he’ll die.” “Well, he can’t stay here, he’s not improving.” KIPKAREN, Kenya — I opened my eyes just enough to see the soft light from the lantern cast tall shadows of the doctor and Nelly as they discussed […]

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A Sky High Career

April 6, 2011

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By Justin Schoenborn Denver – It’s a beautiful sunny Saturday in Larkspur, Colo. All geared up, Matt Dunn is ready to fly. He’s flown his chopper countless times, and for him, it’s just another Saturday in the air. The whir of the chopper blades is a familiar sound. So is the smell of the gasoline […]

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Fencing exciting to watch, fun to do

November 18, 2010

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Fencing exciting to watch, fun to do

Denver-Some of the most popular films of the last decade have sword fighting in them. “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Lord of the Rings” and “Star Wars” have exciting sword fighting in them.

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Mythica “Be the love you want to see in the world.” Gandhi

October 28, 2010

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Mythica “Be the love you want to see in the world.” Gandhi

A certified hypnotherapist, wedding officiant, Reiki master, keynote speaker on non-traditional topics such as seeing sex as positive and LGBT issues, psychic, chalk artist, actress, poet, Mythica von Griffyn or the artist formerly known as Manea Von Griffyn, is a well- known figure on the Metro campus.

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Finger lickin' good

October 28, 2010

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Finger lickin' good

Smokey ribs that fall off the bone and melt in your mouth, mustard greens with hot sauce, and cheesy Mac and cheese that are all home made.

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Edible tumbleweed provides spinach alternative

October 28, 2010

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Edible tumbleweed provides spinach alternative

Tumbleweeds serve as an enigma of sorts, transporting those with vivid imaginations back to the Old West. Others are finding that tumbleweeds, which are essentially the exoskeletons of plants, can be useful in cooking.

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Gorinto Wednesdays at the Merc

October 18, 2010

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Gorinto Wednesdays at the Merc

DENVER – The Mercury Café, 2199 California St., prides itself on diversity. On Wednesday nights they host Gorinto, which celebrates the distinctions that exemplify why the café attracts people and encourages self-expression.

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A pirate’s life

October 15, 2010

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A pirate’s life

DENVER – Pirates pulled in and dropped anchor here in…Denver? Yes, they did. Just because Denver is a landlocked city doesn’t mean it doesn’t have pirates

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