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MSU Denver professor takes life lessons into classroom

MSU Denver professor takes life lessons into classroom

The second thing you notice when you walk into Dr. Joe Quatrochi’s office on the second floor of the Physical Education building on Auraria Campus, is the abundance of plaques covering the walls. The plaques enclose various diplomas and awards that he has earned over the years as well as photographs of former athletic students […]

Three months later: Recap on DACA support

Three months later: Recap on DACA support

After the initial shock and anger over the Trump administration’s proposal to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, MSU Denver’s DACA students find reasons to be optimistic. The university has said it fully supports approximately 400 DACA students and has plenty of resources and tools to help students who qualify under the executive […]

University resources for first-generation students

University resources for first-generation students

Many challenges could stand in the way of students blazing the trail of being the first in their family to go to college. MSU Denver hopes to eliminate some of these barriers by creating a program to benefit these first generation students.   “There isn’t one specific program for first generation students yet, the Center […]

Men’s basketball team splits at home

Men’s basketball team splits at home

Roadrunners men’s basketball The MSU Denver men’s basketball team had its homestand over the weekend, going 1-1 losing to Northwest Nazarene University on Friday night before getting their first win of the season Saturday against the University of North Georgia. The victory at the Auraria Event Center was also head coach Michael Bahl’s first since […]

Women’s basketball extends win streak to four games

Women’s basketball extends win streak to four games

A pair of 20-point victories to start their home season has the MSU Denver women’s basketball team flying high. The Roadrunners took both of their matchups in the Holiday Inn Denver Cherry Creek Classic on Nov. 25 and 26. They first beat the Bemidji State University Beavers, then the William Jewell College Cardinals to climb […]

Roadrunners ride trip to RMAC final to keep season alive

Roadrunners ride trip to RMAC final to keep season alive

MSU Denver volleyball placed second in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament on Nov. 18, securing themselves an invite into the NCAA DII National Tournament. Because of their strong showing in the conference tournament, including an upset over No. 2-seeded Colorado School of Mines, the Roadrunners have earned an invite into the NCAA National Tournament […]

Veterans honored at tri-institutional celebration on Auraria

Veterans honored at tri-institutional celebration on Auraria

Students and faculty from MSU Denver, CU Denver and CCD gathered in the Tivoli Turnhalle on Nov. 9 to observe a ceremony that celebrated veterans both on and off campus. The event was attended by veterans from multiple generations, uniting those who served our country throughout the past century.   The ceremony celebrated the shared […]

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 […]

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