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Graduating Eagle Ridge Academy senior Cala Everhart, of Brighton, Colorado, shifted her plans from enrolling at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, to MSU Denver. “A lot of my teachers went to MSU and they all have really great educations,” Everhart says. “I thought that MSU would just be a better fit for me.” Photo by Amanda Schwengel

COVID-19 forces the Class of 2020 to remap higher-education plans

MSU Denver is fitting into the reimagined futures of recent high school grads.

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‘Telehealth’ booms amid COVID-19 pandemic

Prior to the coronavirus, Americans were slow to adopt virtual health care. Now, they’re clamoring for the services. Here’s how the state and universities are responding to deliver digital medicine.

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COVID-19 brings beer boom and bust

Beer sales are up, but not all breweries are benefiting. Here's what Colorado is drinking and how the state’s fabled craft brewers are innovating to stay afloat.

MSU Denver alum Scott McMillan leads the efforts in raising money and awareness for the Help Colorado Now program through a Flyover Fundraising Parade and Aerial Salute. Photo by Amanda Schwengel

Aerial parade supports Colorado COVID Relief Fund

WATCH: Classic planes take to the sky to honor essential workers and raise money for Coloradans in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Banking on success

A new degree program and innovative pathways jump-start college careers while upgrading a workforce for the in-demand financial-services industry.

Graduating Eagle Ridge Academy senior Cala Everhart, of Brighton, Colorado, shifted her plans from enrolling at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, to MSU Denver. “A lot of my teachers went to MSU and they all have really great educations,” Everhart says. “I thought that MSU would just be a better fit for me.” Photo by Amanda Schwengel

COVID-19 forces the Class of 2020 to remap higher-education plans

MSU Denver is fitting into the reimagined futures of recent high school grads.

Virtual Japantown

Virtual reality reveals new possibilities for remote learning

With her campus closed, this Japanese-language professor took her students on an immersive, experiential field trip in Second Life.

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