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Annual Security Report details campus crime

Annual Security Report details campus crime

Auraria Campus remains one of the safest higher education environments in Colorado according to Auraria’s Annual Security Report. “I feel safe. I have night classes and I don’t feel uncomfortable walking from campus to my car.” said MSU Denver senior Hailey Knight. She said that as a woman she can feel threatened but was reassured […]

MSU Denver raises faculty members’ salaries

MSU Denver raises faculty members’ salaries

At their meeting in September, the Board of Trustees approved pay raises for faculty and administration for the current fiscal year. The 2017-18 budget allows for full faculty and administration to receive a one percent bump in their salaries. Affiliate faculty will see a 2 percent raise. At the same time, Student Engagement and Wellness, […]

Men’s and women’s soccer both chasing playoff seeding

Men’s and women’s soccer both chasing playoff seeding

As MSU Denver men’s and women’s soccer teams head into the final weeks of the regular season, both teams have their eyes fixed on taking a conference title back to Denver. The MSU Denver men’s team began the season by losing their first five games as they devolved into a what seemed like a lost […]

MSU Denver excels at reaccreditation

MSU Denver excels at reaccreditation

MSU Denver was officially reaccredited by the Higher Learning Commission after a multiple month long process. The HLC is responsible for accrediting universities in 19 different states. Many current and future students choose MSU Denver partially because it’s accredited. Accreditation is a form of endorsement that colleges and universities use to let potential students know […]

NCIS director calls students to duty

NCIS director calls students to duty

Hundreds of MSU Denver students and faculty flocked to hear Andrew Traver, director of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, give a talk at the Tivoli Turnhalle on Oct. 12. During the two hour event, Traver stressed the need for proper training to avoid police shootings and used the opportunity to address the rising importance of […]

Faculty senate grants excellence awards

Faculty senate grants excellence awards

On Oct. 4, the faculty senate awarded three professors for their dedication to their subjects. Each of the selected professors expressed a deep appreciation for their respective fields, the act of teaching and their students. Roland Schendel, head of the Teaching Excellence Awards Committee, kicked off the ceremony by discussing the committee’s future. The Teaching […]

Despite appearances, no discord in athletic department

Despite appearances, no discord in athletic department

Since December 2016, six of MSU Denver’s 11 total athletic head coaches have either been fired, resigned or moved on to different schools. The women’s soccer and golf, tennis, track and field, and men’s basketball and baseball programs all have had head coaching changes in the past 10 months, which has fueled speculation that things […]

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 […]

President Janine Davidson’s vision for the future

President Janine Davidson’s vision for the future

President Janine Davidson unveiled her vision for MSU Denver at a pair of events last week on Sept. 13 and 14. Rebranding the annual president’s breakfast as a “Welcome Home” event for Davidson, the president announced the creation of five new councils. The role of those councils will be to advise the president’s cabinet on […]

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