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MSU Denver students know Valentine’s Day plans, not next university prez

February 16, 2017

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Students unaware of Janine Davidson on Valentine’s Day By Miriam Mimi Madrid DENVER, Auraria Campus — Students shared their thoughts about Valentine’s Day, while Janine Davidson, the finalist for the university president position at Metropolitan State University, visited their campus. Several students with doubt on their faces admitted to being completely unaware of the university’s […]

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MSU Denver Alumni Reaching New Horizons

December 13, 2016

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The Art of Open Horizons By Catherine Kerr With a degree in journalism and soon to be acquired events management certificate under her belt, MSU Denver graduate Sara J. Whitney finds herself with new and interesting opportunities. Her most recent professional experience was a marketing copywriter. “My degree and skills have definitely led me to […]

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Public parking concerns Auraria drivers

November 15, 2016

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – With over 40,000 cars using the parking lots on Auraria Campus each week, some began to wonder if the public was abusing the parking facilities that students, staff and faculty rely upon. After seeing a Denver Water shuttle parked on campus near the less expensive $3.25-a-day Aspen and Beech lots on […]

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Metro Students Ambivalent About Politics and Broncos

September 30, 2016

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Rivalries in Football and Politics take over Television By Shannon Hoffman and Abby Bowen DENVER, Auraria Campus — This Sunday kicked off the week with a win for the Broncos, and Monday tackled it down with a loss for American politics. The general census from students who watched both the Broncos game and the political […]

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MSU Denver greets young journalists

July 28, 2016

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By Taylor Kennedy, Victoria Edstedt, Vanesa Terrazas DENVER, Auraria Campus — Youth Journalism Day at Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver), offers local teens a chance to learn from journalism professors about different parts of journalism. Five professors broke down a part of journalism and gave the youth journalists’ activities to incorporate what they have just […]

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Spring Fling Equals Food, Fun and Food

April 28, 2016

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SPRING FLING MEANS….FOOD!!! By Craig Hall DENVER, Auraria Campus—It’s that time of in the semester that stresses both students and faculty, last few weeks. The annual Spring Fling offers a welcome diversion from the stress for students and faculty by allowing them to feel the vibes of the ancient world bazaar. Amusement, games, and most […]

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Super Bowl “Trumps” GOP Debate on Auraria

February 2, 2016

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Super Bowl Trumps GOP Debate in Terms of Student Interest By Greg Bullinger and Cat Kerr DENVER, Auraria Campus —“Don’t get me started on Trump,” said Becky Ruhter, a Human Services major. “I’m part of a minority group.” Ruhter, who is in her senior year, connects herself among three separate minority communities, finds the idea […]

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MSUD Journalism and Tech Comm Grads Doing What They Love

December 10, 2015

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Do What You Love By Rachel Bruner DENVER — Adam Reynolds certainly lives by his motto: “Do What You Love.” The alumnus started his own photography and video production company, Acentric Video, Inc., along with sister companies Dance Pixs and Enchanted Photo Studio. Reynolds, who earned a technical communication degree from Metropolitan State University of […]

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2015 Volunteer Fair on Auraria Campus

September 8, 2015

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Organizations Recruit Ambitious Volunteers at the Volunteer Fair on Auraria Campus By Kavann Tok, Khaleel Herbert and Mark Goldman DENVER, Auraria Campus — Students eagerly conversed with various organizations Sept. 3, near the Physical Education and Tivoli buildings to explore and gain new volunteer opportunities that the 2015 Volunteer Fair had to offer. The Denver […]

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Metro Post-Telegraph’s Melaine J. Rice wins SPJ award for Online Feature Stories

May 6, 2015

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Metro Post-Telegraph’s  Melaine J. Rice wins SPJ award for Online Feature Stories

DENVER, Auraria Campus — Metro Post-Telegraph reporter Melaine J. Rice won first place in the  SPJ Region 9 Mark of Excellence Awards in Online Feature Stories category for her article “Women wear invisible cloak of homelessness.” https://post-telegraph.com/features/women-wear-invisible-cloak-of-homelessness/ The  awards ceremony was part of the SPJ Region 9 Spring Conference, held on the Auraria Campus April 24 & 25, followed by a luncheon […]

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