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Lambasting the monogamy trap

Lambasting the monogamy trap

Dr. Stephanie Webb led a conversation on diversity, inclusivity and social responsibility in romantic relationships at the second Hot Topic of the semester called, “Relationship Status.” The tri-institutional partnership hosted the Hot Topic on Feb. 13 in the Multicultural Lounge, where participants were asked to think critically about monogamy. “Many people follow the script of […]

Denver cracks down on landlords

Denver cracks down on landlords

Denver is closing licensing loopholes in the local short-term rental market, as reported to the Business, Arts, Workforce and Aeronautical Services Committee on Feb. 14. With the rise of marketing technology in the housing industry, search services such as Airbnb, Zillow and Craigslist have made looking for affordable housing easier. While these services can snag […]

A resistance to ink! Coffee

A resistance to ink! Coffee

CU Denver students and administrators met on the morning of Feb. 9 to discuss the addition of an ink! Coffee in the upcoming student wellness center. At the meeting, two students described their displeasure with the school’s impending collaboration with the controversial coffee shop. Two school administrators participated in the meeting to address student concerns. […]

Aviation initiative takes flight at MSU Denver

Aviation initiative takes flight at MSU Denver

United Airlines announced a new program with MSU Denver to create a clear path for students to fly for United Airlines.   The career path program addresses United Airlines’ need for new pilots and creates a pipeline for well-trained pilots to work for United Airlines. The partnership is historic because it is the first time […]

MSU Denver Hot Topic: A conversation on net neutrality

MSU Denver Hot Topic: A conversation on net neutrality

In response to the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality, the first Hot Topic of the new semester focused on what protections are at stake. The tri-institutional meet-up hosted two members of MSU Denver’s staff and two net neutrality activists. Each individual focused on the threat posed by the repeal of net neutrality. “The […]

Faculty senate discusses graduation deadlines

Faculty senate discusses graduation deadlines

The Faculty Senate met on Jan. 18 to discuss changes to the graduation process and student athlete mentorship. The senate had two guest speakers at the meeting, Associate Registrar Connie Sanders and Shawn Worthy, professor of Human Services and MSU Denver NCAA faculty athletic representative. Sanders discussed changes made to the graduation timeline for students […]

Immigration Services addresses legal questions

Immigration Services addresses legal questions

MSU Denver’s Immigration Services Program will be hosting legal advice sessions throughout the spring semester concerning the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and other immigration policies. After President Donald Trump’s announcement in September that the DACA program will stop renewing permits on March 5, many people across the country are unsure of what their […]

New marketing campaign strives for appeal

New marketing campaign strives for appeal

MSU Denver’s Run Your Own Road marketing campaign is getting a makeover from the school’s Marketing and Communications department. The school hopes to reach potential students while retaining old ones through new messaging. The Run Your Own Road campaign was a marketing effort started in 2017 to reach students considering MSU Denver as their college of […]

Environmental campaign comes to campus

Environmental campaign comes to campus

Environment Colorado is bringing their fight to preserve the Canyon of the Ancients and Browns Canyon to the Tivoli Quad on Feb. 1. They will be hosting an event called Day of Action to collect signatures on their petition to save Colorado’s national monuments. There is concern for those national monuments because their safety has […]

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