Welcome back to Indie Radio Sessions 00:2! Pleased to have you checking out the show each week. This week’s sessions featured a wider variety of artists. Starting this week out with Opia. Opia is a three piece band from Australia. Their music has a lot of inspiration behind it and a lot of meaning, which […]
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.
Music filled the air around the Bluebird Theater Sunday night as hip-hop artist Grieves performed for a second night. Many fans filled the concert venue around 10:30 p.m. as the last opening act finished. By 11:10 puffs of smoke rose from dark corners across the venue and the smell of marijuana permeated the room, although […]
The Denver Broncos kicked off their season and Vance Joseph made his head coaching debut in Monday night’s victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. The Broncos finished with a record of 9-7 last season and failed to make the playoffs one year after winning the Super Bowl. As a franchise historically known for success, the […]
Veteran coach Trent Mack became the newest addition to the MSU Denver cross-country family on July 7 when he was introduced as the head coach of the cross-country team. Family is perhaps the most crucial element of a team. With the physical and mental strains that come with running for hours every day and 5,000 […]
Powwow dancers of all ages, from tots to elders, swayed in their colorful regalia to the thundering drum and the belting of native singers during the 28th Annual Friendship Powwow and American Indian Cultural Celebration on Sept. 9 hosted by the Denver Art Museum. Hundreds gathered at the Acoma Plaza, the space between the Denver Public Library […]
Imagine a world in which the characters of “Jane Eyre,” “Little Women,” “Pride and Prejudice” and “Wuthering Heights” all exist together. “You On the Moors Now” creates that very reality.
Representatives of students and faculty from MSU Denver gathered in the Student Success Building on Sept. 11 to address the issues surrounding the Trump administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in six months. “I genuinely don’t understand how people cannot be in support of this generation of young people who […]
There is a growing amount of conflict within government regarding the legalization of marijuana, putting states and the federal government on opposing sides. On May 18, Rep. Diana DeGette introduced the Respect States’ and Citizens’ Rights Act of 2017 which will amend the Controlled Substances Act. “I introduced this bill and it goes in and […]
Modern musicals a more raw and realistic look at human stories, creating their own ideas of what a happy ending should be. “Once” falls into that category.