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Meet Chuck Hinshaw: One of MSU Denver’s first, and current students

October 13, 2015

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — As the saying goes, “It’s never too late.” It’s never too late to switch careers, to go back to school. Chuck Hinshaw, one of Metropolitan State University of Denver’s first students, is a prime example. Among the 20,000 MSU Denver students roaming the Auraria campus, Hinshaw may not be a familiar […]

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The Beloved Journey of Bo Scaife

August 15, 2015

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DENVER– The Mile-High City is home of the Denver Broncos, Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets and the Colorado Rockies. However, what you might not know is that there are some professional athletes who grew up in Denver, but never played for our hometown teams. That’s where this NFL athlete and Mullen High School graduate comes in. […]

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Success Starts from the Top

April 23, 2015

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — That unmistakable musty smell of freshly vacuumed carpet hung in the air as it does in all office-type buildings. Busy people strode about with purpose, decked out in suits and clearly too busy to even notice that there is another human being crammed into the criminally-small space that exists in the elevator. […]

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Robyn Hilleary

March 26, 2013

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DENVER — Robyn Hilleary’s alarm clock rings out at 6:30 a.m. on Monday. As soon as it rings she hits the snooze button thinking, “just 10 more minutes.”  Two minutes into Hilleary’s snooze session she hears her sons, Ryan and Shawn, yelling at each other from down the hall. Hilleary rises out of bed sheepishly […]

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The Fragile, Life-Giving Art of Being a NICU Nurse

March 24, 2013

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DENVER – “Being a nurse for babies is the most life-giving type of work. A baby is the future of a family. When you care for a baby, you care for the future of their family.” This sentiment shared by Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nurse Katie Hepp may seem scary and pressure-filled to many, but […]

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Senior Transfer Leads Playoff Push

November 2, 2012

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DENVER – As the volleyball season begins to come to an end, Metro State’s volleyball team is currently in a dogfight for playoff seeding.  One of those players who will be leading the way for the Roadrunners is senior outside hitter Amy Wong. “Yeah the tournament is definitely something that we’ve talked about,” says Wong. “Just […]

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Kirk Williams' brave new world

March 29, 2010

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Kirk Williams' brave new world

Last November, Kirk Williams took his mountain bike for a typical day out in the mountains. As an active skier, rock climber and swimmer, Williams was always outdoors and staying active. However, this day wasn’t like the rest.

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Hockey’s journalistic hero; A profile

March 24, 2010

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Hockey’s journalistic hero; A profile

Hockey and journalism are two professions that feed off one another’s talent. One plays, the other reports. Danielle Furlong does both.

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