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Youth Journalism Day: This Is On the Record

July 23, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – Youth Journalism Day is part of a Denver Post program that provides 8 to 14-year-old students practical experience in a variety of journalism fields. This is the second year that this educational event has been hosted on the MSU Denver campus, although it is part of a larger educational program that […]

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People experiencing homelessness detained exiting Central Class Room restrooms

May 19, 2017

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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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On-air with DIME Denver

May 9, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – You can’t teach rock ‘n’ roll. But at DIME, they’re showing Metro State University of Denver’s students how to turn it into a career. Rooted in modern and commercial music theories, DIME Denver offers an alternative to MSU Denver’s traditional music program degrees (Classical, World and Jazz). “DIME Denver focuses on […]

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Career fairs and more for MSU students

May 4, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – MSU Denver Career Services hosted several  career fairs and networking events for all of its majors during the Spring and Fall semesters. On Feb. 2, around 30 employers came to the 22nd STEM Job Fair. Students in the area of Sciences (Physics, Biology, Geology, Chemistry, etc.), Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, were […]

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Women in Science and Engineering Members Wanted

April 5, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – Jena Jacobs, president of MSU Denver Women in Science and Engineering, is looking to recruit new members before she graduates this spring. W.I.S.E. is an organization that reaches female students attending the university’s Math, Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science and Physics careers. They meet monthly to keep in contact with one another and organize […]

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Latina Rebel unapologetically closes the Women’s Leadership Conference

March 30, 2017

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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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Board of Trustees Announces New President

February 25, 2017

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Board of Trustees Announces New President By Celeste Zubia DENVER, Auraria Campus- MSU Denver Board Chairman Michelle Lucero, announced Feb. 14, that Janine Davidson Ph.D. would be the new president of Metropolitan State University of Denver. A student forum was held for students to listen and ask questions for Davidson who take Stephen Jordan’s, Ph.D., position […]

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Janine Davidson to be MSU Denver’s next president

February 23, 2017

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — Janine Davidson was announced as the successor to current MSU Denver President Stephen Jordan by the Board of Trustees on Feb. 14. Davidson, who was the 32nd undersecretary of the Navy, will officially take over for Jordan on July 1 after a two-week period in which both Jordan and Davidson will […]

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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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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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