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People experiencing homelessness detained exiting Central Class Room restrooms

May 19, 2017


AHEC hires lobbyists in opposition of homeless “decriminalization” efforts DENVER, Auraria  Campus– On Feb. 28, Auraria Campus Police officers stopped suspected vagrants after exiting the men’s restroom in the Central Classroom Building to run their identification. “It’s not the first time I have cops messing with me. I just want to take a leak,” said […]

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Spring Fling Fest brings Alumni and Delicious Food to Campus 

April 21, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – Hundreds of students at the Auraria Campus visited over 70 outreach tables for the annual Spring Fling 2017 festival before grey clouds rolled in the skies on Thursday, April 20. Adela Guadalupe Vargas, MSU Denver senior, says the Spring Fling festival is a great way to learn about what is happening on campus. “It’s a great way to show […]

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Latina Rebel unapologetically closes the Women’s Leadership Conference

March 30, 2017


DENVER, Auraria Campus– Prisca Dorcas Rodriguez, founder of Latina Rebels, closed the 21st Annual Women’s Leadership Conference with laughter, realness and advice on March 9, 2017 at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. A racially diverse audience of about 70 people gathered at the Tivoli Turnhalle sighing, laughing and gasping in unison during Rodriguez’s engaging […]

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Denver demonstrators disrupt Wells Fargo in answer to international call for solidarity with Standing Rock

February 19, 2017

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DENVER — About 300 protesters filled the Wells Fargo Center lobby, 1740 Broadway, on Feb. 10, 2017 demanding divestment from companies investing in the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline that’s scheduled to run through North and South Dakota’s Standing Rock Reservation. The thunderous sounds from the large drum carried by five men reverberated in the atrium […]

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