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Pomona and Poudre High School Communities Unite in the Playoffs

December 7, 2017

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GOLDEN, North Area Athletic Complex– Parents, coaches and players gathered in pride and unity to honor the Poudre community along with Josh and Kelly Cortez in an emotional playoff game. The Pomona Panthers hosted the Poudre Impalas at the North Area Athletic Complex Friday, Nov. 10, for the first round of the CHSSA 5A high […]

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Tumbleweeds, a Wild West Symbol, or Just More Russian Meddling?

December 7, 2017

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Separating Outlaws and Sheriffs in the middle of a deserted old western town, in a stare down a tumbleweed bounces through the dirt road. DENVER- One of the major symbols of the Wild West, tumbleweeds are often associated with cowboys and old west standoffs. Tumbleweeds have become a symbol of pride for cowboys and desert […]

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The Traveling Playwright: Rebecca Gorman O’Neill’s Journey in the World of Theater

December 3, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — For 14 years, Rebecca Gorman O’Neill has taught the drama writing workshop class in the English department at MSU Denver. She’s the only person certified to teach the course because she holds a Master of Fine Arts in Dramatic Writing. Life in Akron Before her life in Denver began, she was […]

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Brian Flynn: The Comedian of Many Mediums

November 26, 2017

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DENVER — Brian Flynn isn’t your typical college student. When Flynn isn’t studying English at Metropolitan State University of Denver or making dough from his grind at the Crema Coffee House, he does stand-up at local Denver clubs, records his own podcast and hosts a late-night comedy show. The Beginning of a Beautiful Passion Flynn’s […]

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9th Annual Tivoli Trick or Treat Street

November 7, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — The air outside is brisk and crisp to the touch, clouds set in and darkened the sky leaving the world feeling eerie. It is Oct. 31, Halloween, the holiday in which brings fear and frights to all, but not everyone is fearful, instead the pre-schooler’s of the Auraria Early Learning Center […]

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Tumbling Tumbleweeds

November 7, 2017

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Army of Insects Thwart Flaming Tumbleweeds By Adam Barnhardt Imagine your commute to work being interrupted by an onslaught of cascading tumbleweeds. Now imagine if those same tumbleweeds were on fire. The flaming tumbleweed has become a looming threat to storm chasers in Lubbock, Texas. Due to arid climate and high wind, actual balls of […]

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STEM Day: MSU Denver’s second annual conference encourages women to enter STEM field

November 7, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — On Oct. 27, Metropolitan State University of Denver joined some of the greatest minds in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields together at the second annual Women in STEM conference at Auraria Campus’ St. Cajetan’s. Dr. April Hill, a MSU Denver chemistry professor, got the idea for this conference […]

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LatinX takes Auraria

October 12, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – In an attempt to make the LatinX services on campus more aware to students, the Sept. 19, gathering at St. Cajetan’s Center was a huge hit. Multiple booths filled the area in front of the campus cathedral’s steps offering information on tutoring services, graduate programs, various clubs and organizations available to MSU Denver […]

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LatinoX welcome event exemplifies diversity

October 10, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – The LatinX Welcome event helped bring students of different backgrounds together by offering resources that all students can benefit from. The event was put on to help the large Latino community at Metropolitan State University of Denver. The event was held on Tuesday Sept. 19, outside of St. Cajetan’s Center. There […]

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MSU Denver makes it known, LatinX welcome!

October 5, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus—Shortly after the Sept. 5, DACA protest, MSU Denver held its annual “LatinX Welcome” event on Tuesday, Sept. 18, in front of the St. Cajan’s Center. Although it was a Latino event, all students were welcome to participate. Booths from various departments on campus were set up so that anyone could ask them […]

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