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Brewing and history combine for fun study time

Brewing and history combine for fun study time

Tucked back in the south wing of the 162-year-old Auraria Higher Education Campus building, you will find Colorado’s oldest brewery. The Tivoli Brewing Company dates back to the late 1800s. German immigrant John Good, father of the Tivoli Brand, arrived during the Colorado gold rush. Over the next hundred years Tivoli Brewing changed names and […]

Women’s soccer season ends in Pueblo

Women’s soccer season ends in Pueblo

The MSU Denver women’s soccer team saw their season come to a close after losing in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament on Oct. 31. The Roadrunners dropped their matchup at four seed Colorado State University-Pueblo in a 1-0 loss, eliminating them from the tournament. As the schedule ends, so does […]

Auraria sends a clear message to Betsy DeVos

Auraria sends a clear message to Betsy DeVos

Recent changes to how schools handle Title IX violations spurred Phoenix Center counselors and campus officials to connect students to campus safety resources. The result was the “Dear Survivor, Title IX Rally” held on Auraria Campus Oct. 18. It reminded students of the multiple support resources available to all Auraria students. Secretary of Education Betsy […]

MSU Denver athletics review

MSU Denver athletics review

Athletics department announces partnership with Nike The MSU Denver athletics department has announced a partnership with Nike and Eastbay, making the two companies the exclusive jersey and apparel providers for the school’s athletics teams. Outside of clothing, the partnership outlines promotional endeavors, such as discounted jerseys and in-game events for fans. The deal runs through […]

MSU Denver meets HSI requirement for Hispanic students enrolled

MSU Denver meets HSI requirement for Hispanic students enrolled

MSU Denver cleared a significant hurdle in its quest to become a Hispanic Serving Institution, according to the last census it conducted. The university met the demographic requirement necessary to apply for HSI status. To qualify for HSI status, a university’s student body must be composed of at least 25 percent Hispanic students. Credit for […]

If faith ignites violence, only balance can be the answer

If faith ignites violence, only balance can be the answer

Almost 3,000 people died on 9/11. An estimated 1.7 million‌ people died in the Crusades. And between 3-11.5 million people died in the Thirty Years’ War. These are just a drop in the flood of religious conflicts that have resulted in high death tolls. In an effort to understand how religion is misused and exploited, MSU […]

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 […]

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