Mental health deserves more attention

Mental health deserves more attention

Today it is common to hear people talk about how stressful their lives are. People are getting less sleep, spending less time with their loved ones and working harder than they ever have before. Maybe that is why we hear the term “mental illness” abundantly these days, and it affects everyone from the elderly, to […]

Opinion: Spreading kindness in a hateful world

Opinion: Spreading kindness in a hateful world

Over the last few weeks, the world has seen an abundance of chaos and hatred. From protests and rioting in the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, to the ongoing threat of extreme policy changes, tensions are rising for people living in the U.S. Particularly in the suburban neighborhoods of liberal cities like Denver, you can feel the political […]

Chinese culture through food lens on Auraria

Chinese culture through food lens on Auraria

The fragrance of salt, pork and onions wafted into the halls and out the doors, luring students walking by the Clear Creek building inside. The Community College of Denver invited Auraria students to celebrate the Chinese Food festival by cooking up traditional dishes Sept. 20. The event was the first of several festivities that kicked […]

Panel assures DACA students of their safety

Panel assures DACA students of their safety

CORRECTION: The version of this story in the Sept. 13 issue of The Metropolitan contained inaccuracies. A quotation about immigration enforcement should have been attributed to Auraria Police Chief Michael Phibbs, not to Steven Lee, assistant director of the MSU Denver Counseling Center. Also, the CARE Team (Consultation, Assessment, Referral, Education) is a part of […]