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 […]
The Denver Nuggets will tip off their 50th season on Oct. 18 against the division rival Utah Jazz. The Nuggets come off an encouraging season in which they missed the playoffs by just one game in the standings. In a stacked division and star-powered Western Conference, they will have their hands full this season. In […]
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, […]
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 […]
It was a sunny, breezy day around Confluence Park as people gathered for a 1.8-mile march to the Colorado State Capitol for the Nationwide Solidarity March for Peace. Young and old people from all races and cultures took the streets of Denver on Oct. 14. Before the protest started, marchers gathered for a Native American […]
MSU Denver was officially reaccredited by the Higher Learning Commission after a multiple month long process. The HLC is responsible for accrediting universities in 19 different states. Many current and future students choose MSU Denver partially because it’s accredited. Accreditation is a form of endorsement that colleges and universities use to let potential students know […]
In this opinion piece, Montana Martin discusses concert etiquette 101 for seeing your next show. For more op-eds, please visit www.MyMetMedia.com.
How many people do you know that would take a bullet for you? For most of us that would be a short list. For our men and women in the armed services, it would be every person they served with. Soldiers adapt a different mindset in war. They learn to trust and rely on the […]
Debate whether robots would make better umpires in the Major League Baseball by Sports Editor Richard Allen and writer Cameron Liffick.
Growing up, yes another growing up intro, I was terrified by my imagination at night time. My bedroom was at the corner of the house which provided two windows with thinly blue curtains. Outside my bedroom was a lonely street light with […]