Denver is the pioneer city fueling the marijuana industry. The hoopla surrounding the 4/20 stoner holiday seems to grow every year from the annual Civic Center Rally to more unconventional events like a cannabis-friendly church and pot themed wedding expos. As marijuana becomes more mainstream, the commercial aspect will continue to be excessive, but I […]
Ever wonder how you can go from being high to stoned? Well, it’s not always how much you smoke but what. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the most widely known compound found in cannabis, but isn’t the only thing that can add to your weed smoking experience. Typically, a marijuana strain testing over 15 percent THC is […]
On a cold October night on the eastern plains of Colorado, the comfort of your car is the best place to watch this certain type of high school football. As cars park around the field as if it were a night at the drive-in, some mistakenly leave their headlights on causing a small uproar from the […]
Whether you’re nearing retirement or graduating from college, hanging up your cleats for good can be tough. Stepping away from the game you love cold-turkey doesn’t seem fair. That’s why for some, like senior Forrest Lambert, it only seems fit to exchange his cleats for a clipboard. After coming off a successful 2016 club lacrosse […]
Can cannabinoids be an alternative to addictive pain killers, or is the stigma surrounding marijuana too large to overcome?
The Roadrunners baseball teams had a great season. Catch the highlights in this season review. Garcia goes pro, team earns RMAC and academic honors.
The Spring Sports Festival is a five-day event where 76 collegiate teams and 20 other qualifying individuals compete for NCAA titles in six sports.
Student athletes can attest to the demand placed on them academically, physically and mentally. The persistence it takes to be successful in each area doesn’t always come naturally, especially if you’re working with children. Marcell Kelly, an MSU Denver student and founder of 5280 Dynamic Athletes, started his non-profit after he noticed a lack of […]
Although it’s the offseason for Roadrunners soccer, the men’s team is making big changes in preparation for the 2016 fall season. Head coach Jeremy Tittle was promoted to his current position after serving as interim coach in 2015, where he finished 13-4-2 overall and 8-2 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Athletic Director Anthony Grant […]
MSU Denver Athletic Director Dr. Anthony Grant announced Jenny Glenn as head volleyball coach March 8 and she began her duties just two days later. Glenn has spent the last nine seasons at Northern Colorado as an assistant coach and in 2012 was promoted to Associate Head Coach. With the opportunity of taking a head […]