Dreamers of the tri-institution, including MSU Denver, share their stories of coming to their homes in Denver during the campus walk-out on Sept. 5. Students, politicians and DREAMers react in a walk-out to the rescinding of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy by the Obama Administration. Read more about the walk-out with Madison Lauterbach.
Tennis hires head coach The MSU Denver men’s and women’s tennis teams finally have a coach. The athletics department announced on Sept. 11 that Barrett Elkins had been hired to replace former tennis coach Daniel Hangstefer. Elkins comes to MSU Denver just in time for both teams’ first competition. Both teams will take part in […]
FOR For decades people have been petitioning and protesting for the removal of Confederate-era statues and monuments, but with no success. Until recently. NPR conducted a poll recently finding 44% of African-Americans want the monuments to stay compared to the 40% who want them removed, and six out of ten Americans in general want the statues to […]
Comedian Jerry Lewis dies at age 91 Beloved actor, entertainer and comedian Jerry Lewis has died of heart complications in his Las Vegas home. He starred in such films as “The Nutty Professor” and “The Bellboy.” He is also known for his comedy act and film work with the Rat Pack’s Dean Martin. Lewis was […]
MSU Denver President Dr. Janine Davidson held her first cabinet meeting Aug. 7. Davidson outlined the guiding principles for her staff, among other news.
Here are the latest trending news stories affecting Denver, including news on Taylor Swift, Google, Netflix, and Glen Campbell.
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Each year, college students go travel to fun destinations either over Spring Break or at some point in the year. These trips can lead to college students making bad decisions and may experience injuries, sexual assault, or legal issues. Providing educational information to students prevents and reduces the risks involved with risky or unsafe behaviors. […]
If Met Media collected a nickel for every time someone accused a member of our news staff of over stepping their bounds, asking questions they “shouldn’t” or misrepresenting someone or something on Auraria Campus, we would empty out a sizeable jar on a regular basis. This is not to say that we are unethical or […]
On the weekend before she was officially appointed the new president of MSU Denver, Dr. Janine Davidson responded to several questions presented to her by Joella Baumann, editor-in-chief of The Metropolitan, and news editor Esteban Fernandez. The Metropolitan: What specific experiences in your background have prepared you to lead a public university, in particular an […]