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Men’s and women’s tennis start season without coaches

Men’s and women’s tennis start season without coaches

After a season that saw MSU Denver men’s and women’s tennis bring home the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championships, both teams find themselves without a head coach entering the 2017-2018 season. Head coach Daniel Hanstefer departed to take the same position at Ferris State University. With just two weeks before the start of the season, […]

Volleyball coach looking to improve the impressive

Volleyball coach looking to improve the impressive

Coming off 2016 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors, Jenny Glenn enters her second season as head coach of the MSU Denver volleyball team looking to improve upon an impressive campaign. After a season that saw the team finish 27-5 overall and an undefeated 18-0 in the RMAC, the Roadrunners will enter […]

Survivors share stories and support at SlutWalk

Survivors share stories and support at SlutWalk

Donning pasties, attendees adorned with colorful tattoos, fishnets, combat boots and wrapped in yellow caution tape marched toward the west steps of the Capitol holding signs while chanting, “autonomy for all bodies.” Survivors of sexual violence and their allies first gathered at the amphitheater in Civic Center Park to kick off the 7th Annual SlutWalk […]

September Theater Preview: Hits, Adventure and Premieres

September Theater Preview: Hits, Adventure and Premieres

Our monthly theater preview takes a look across the state at hit shows such as ‘Almost Heaven; The Songs of John Denver’. Adventurous titles such as ‘You On the Moors Now’ and the world premiere of ‘Frozen’ here in Denver.

Denver passes bill on immigration policy; sanctuary in all but name

Denver passes bill on immigration policy; sanctuary in all but name

On Aug. 28, the Denver City Council unanimously passed a controversial bill limiting how Denver officials work with federal immigration services. The Denver Public Safety Enforcement Priorities Act is the product of months of work by Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and city council sponsors Paul López and Robin Kniech. The bill reinforces three existing Denver laws […]

East High School coach fired after forcing athletes into splits

East High School coach fired after forcing athletes into splits

Questions remain after Denver East High School cheerleading coach Ozell Williams was terminate following the release of several videos showing him forcing athletes into the splits. The videos weren’t publicly available until they were sent to 9News nearly nine weeks after they were taken. Williams can be seen forcing high school girls as young as […]

DeGette visits newest building on campus

DeGette visits newest building on campus

Rep. Diana DeGette saw the public-private partnership in action on Auraria via MSU Denver’s new Aerospace and Engineering Sciences. DeGette toured Auraria campus’ new AES Building on Aug. 24 with the hope to attract growth in the science, technology, engineering and math fields in Colorado. “More importantly it’ll train the next generation of workers so […]