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Passport to sports

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After graduating from Hinkley High School in 2008, I had a big decision to make: choose a college major that would take me somewhere in life. I was always a good student, but I needed to pick a subject that would keep my interest. I quickly crossed math off the list. In my freshman year […]

Cherry Creek Arts Festival

Neighborhood profile: Cherry Creek

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We’re writing about neighborhoods in preparation for our Housing and Resource Fair on May 1. This is part four of our series. Cherry Creek is known for its large houses and upscale retail stores. In this neighborhood, situated between University and Colorado Boulevards and Alameda Drive and Eighth Avenue, you’ll find several mansions and large […]

LoDo at night

Neighborhood profile: LoDo

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We’re writing about neighborhoods in preparation for our Housing and Resource Fair on May 1. This is part three of our series. If you’re an Auraria student and you’ve missed all of the fun things to do in LoDo, your eyes must be closed. From restaurants and bars to art galleries and shops, this neighborhood […]

Neighborhood profile: Englewood

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We’re writing about neighborhoods in preparation for our Housing and Resource Fair on May 1. This is part one of our series. I love Denver and the many communities that make up its metro area. Every neighborhood has its own distinct flavor to offer to broader life in the Mile High City. Today, I’d like […]

Student Media earns eight first-place SPJ Region 9 awards

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MSU Denver Student Media received 16 awards, including eight first-place honors, in the Region 9 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence competition. The awards for outstanding student journalism were announced April 13 at the regional conference in Santa Fe, N.M. SPJ Region 9 includes Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. The Metropolitan student newspaper […]

Back from heartbreak

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Before Sunday afternoon turned into the big letdown, I had this blog entry all mapped out as part rant about The Denver Post’s uneven coverage of Metro’s assuredly title-bound men’s basketball team, part frustration with the Post’s season-long reluctance to include kmetradio.org in its radio/TV listings, plus a little praise for the university, which paid […]