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Spring Fling 2015 ushers in the end of the semester

April 28, 2015

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Spring Fling: Neat Stuff! By Luna Nasreldin DENVER, Auraria Campus —Jackie and Jenny Logan are a mother and daughter combination that run a gift shop called “Neat Stuff” located in Denver. They come to Spring Fling every year so they can market their small business. They also come because it’s a great way to meet […]

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Auraria Students Indifferent About Bronco-Free Super Bowl

January 31, 2015

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Broncos Support Undeterred By Impending Super Bowl By Cheyenne DeChristopher DENVER, Auraria Campus — The Denver Broncos playoff elimination prompts disinterested fans to find different ways to spend Super Bowl 2015. Students at the Denver Auraria Campus remain indifferent about the two teams headed to the Super Bowl, the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots. […]

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Attack of the Tumbleweeds!

December 1, 2014

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Attack of the Tumbleweeds By Aaron Lambert The sight of a tumbleweed gently rolling across the earth may seem a serene one, but the truth is that tumbleweeds are no laughing matter. The sub-zero arctic storm that blew into Colorado on Monday brought with it more than just snow, below-freezing temperatures and a wicked wind […]

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Getting out the vote!

November 6, 2014

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Regardless of what political side you are on, voting is a powerful way for student’s voices to be heard and educating students who don’t understand who or what to vote for is important for upcoming generations and the direction of our country. Here’s what Aurarians had to say…. Voting as Important as Ever on MSU Denver’s […]

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Auraria Students seem to know more about the Ray Rice incident than Obama’s ISIS Press Conference

September 17, 2014

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Presidential Speech and the NFL Discussed by Students at Auraria Campus By Mackenzie Matt, Sabrina Naccarato, and Michelle Perez DENVER- So far, September has had students at Auraria Campus talking. The news circulating around campus has included everything from the recent presidential address to top pop culture stories concerning the National Football League. President Obama […]

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“Man of Steel” is faster than a speeding bullet, but it doesn’t soar

November 14, 2013

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METROPOLIS – I’m a big fan of “Superman: The Movie” (‘79). Christopher Reeve was the perfect Superman/Clark Kent. As a bonus, the storyline had the right combination of tongue planted firmly into its cheek. Thirty-five years later enter “Man of Steel,” an ambitious and more realistic reboot of the sagging franchise that director Bryan Singer […]

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Taking Sides: Should The U.S. Strike Syria?

September 9, 2013

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Auraria Students Speak out on The Syrian Question By Jessica Culey There is a big issue involving the United States and Syria right now. President Obama has to make a decision whether or not to take military action against Syria to protect Syria citizens and possibly Americans against chemical weapons. Many Syrian civilians have died […]

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Cupid’s Arrow and Asteroids are a Hit and a Miss on Auraria Campus

February 19, 2013

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Sweethearts Embrace Valentine’s, Just for One Day By Tony White Red and white balloons adorn the front steps of Auraria’s St. Cajetan Center, as a young women passes by carrying a bouquet of roses. It’s that time of year again. Valentine’s Day brings expressions of love, gestures of compassion and, to some, an awkward day […]

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Campus Reacts to bin Laden’s Death

May 5, 2011

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Campus Reacts to bin Laden’s Death By Corey Ward DENVER- Two days after the White House announced the death of Osama bin Laden, students at Auraria Campus shared their thoughts on his death. “I was watching Family Guy when they cut away to announce it,” said Connor McNa, a junior at Metro State. “I was […]

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A night inside Westminster PD

May 1, 2011

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By Tyler Grimes “Given the nature of the job we see people in their worst moments in life. They are frustrated about something whether it’s their out of control; kid, their spouse, their job or other life situations and usually when we’re called they have done something in frustration because of that.” – Officer Smeester […]

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