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Campus week of action kicks off with a party

Campus week of action kicks off with a party

As part of Campus Week of Action, the MSU Denver Student Government Assembly hosted the “Consent is Bae” event which informed students about safe and consensual sex by setting up a party-like environment. Speaker of the Senate Aaron Futrell came up with the idea. He said the event was intended to display what qualifies as […]

Hats in ring, gubernatorial candidates debate

Hats in ring, gubernatorial candidates debate

Seven gubernatorial candidates made a play to stand out on Nov. 12 at St. Cajetan’s event center. A mix of businessmen, former politicians and civil servants debated Colorado politics during the three hour debate. The debate was hosted by a coalition of 13 different non profit and activist groups such as Together We Will Colorado […]

Auraria reflects on a year of President Trump

Auraria reflects on a year of President Trump

Nov. 8 marked one year since the country’s political fault lines split into deep fractures and President Trump was elected to office. Through activism and protest, most MSU Denver students are learning to cope with their frustration at the current political situation. “I have come to accept reality right now. I believe there’s really nothing […]

Student focus behind administrative title change

Student focus behind administrative title change

New title changes for existing administrative staff at MSU Denver point to President Janine Davidson’s actions to expand the school’s bureaucracy. The changes were announced at a cabinet meeting on Oct. 17. “President Jordan really wanted to keep his organizational structure lean. We had three vice presidents, a few associates to the president. But he […]

Return of Denver 4/20 rally no longer pipe dream

Return of Denver 4/20 rally no longer pipe dream

Denver-based marijuana dispensary Euflora prepares to snatch up Denver’s 4/20 rally permit despite the current organizers appeal to ban. The current organizers of the 4/20 rally filed an appeal on the ban issued by the Denver Parks and Recreations department earlier this year. The ban prevents the current organizer from being granted any event permit […]

Men’s soccer drops semifinals, end season

Men’s soccer drops semifinals, end season

A semifinal round loss in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament has put an end to the 2017 season for the MSU Denver men’s soccer team. A 3-1 defeat on Nov. 3 to nationally ranked No. 9 Colorado School of Mines concluded an erratic Roadrunners campaign. In head coach Jeremy Tittle’s third season, the team […]

MSU Denver’s undergraduate voting record stands above nation

MSU Denver’s undergraduate voting record stands above nation

Although millennial voting is down nationwide, the opposite holds true for MSU Denver students. The school boasted the highest undergraduate voting rate out of 589 campuses nationwide that compete in the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge. The challenge honors campuses for excellence in student voter engagement. The results of the challenge were announced at a […]

Caffeine addiction helps pay way for DACA students

Caffeine addiction helps pay way for DACA students

Dazbog Coffee is donating $1 to DACA students for every $4.99 travel mug purchased at their Auraria Campus location. Anatoly and Leonid Yuffa, the founders of Dazbog Coffee Company, actively seek to better the lives of students on Auraria. “We’ve had a great partnership with MSU Denver for long time,” said Kevin Wehrly, senior vice […]

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 […]

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