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Amid a pilot shortage, aviation students get a shorter runway to their careers

MSU Denver earns new FAA authorization that allows graduates to apply sooner to jobs with major and regional air carriers.

Outside hitter Rylee Hladky. Photo by Edward Jacobs Jr.

The mechanics of success

Rylee Hladky leads Roadrunners volleyball team into NCAA regionals.

Christkindl outdoor holiday market is 20-year tradition in downtown Denver. Photo courtesy Visit Denver

Big idea, small footprint: The business of pop-up shops

Marketing expert Darrin Duber-Smith explains the strategy behind seasonal sidewalk sales and temporary retail outlets.

DIA baggage claim. Photo courtesy Denver International Airport

Have a stress-free flight this holiday season

Expert tips can help smooth out some of the turbulence involved with air travel.

MSU Denver photography student Travis Broxton. Photo by Sara Hertwig

Scholarships, resources help adult learners finish what they started

New program provides incentives and support to adult learners and transfer students whose educational journeys have been interrupted.

Photo by Alyson McClaran

WATCH: U.S. Navy Leap Frogs drop in on Auraria to honor vets

MSU Denver and other campus institutions welcomed the elite U.S. Navy Parachute Team as part of a celebration of students, faculty and staff members who have served their country.

Alexis Benda, who suffered a season-ending injury this month, served the first point on Senior Night. Photo by Edward Jacobs Jr.

No. 1-ranked Roadrunners set sights on postseason after winning RMAC regular-season title

MSU Denver volleyball team finishes 18-0 in RMAC play, heads into conference tournament as top seed.

Photo by Mark Woolcott

Amid a pilot shortage, aviation students get a shorter runway to their careers

MSU Denver earns new FAA authorization that allows graduates to apply sooner to jobs with major and regional air carriers.

MSU Denver graduate Daniel Strawn is a key player in the fast-accelerating space race as a systems engineer at United Launch Alliance. Photo by Alyson McClaran

Space race propels Colorado careers

Rocket scientist Daniel Strawn talks about his work on a next-generation launch vehicle and offers advice for Aerospace students who share his passion for space exploration.

Forget slush and snow piles – Mile High snowfall Is a superior model.

The weird and wonderful world of Denver snow

Forget slush and snow piles – Mile High snowfall is a superior model.

Photo by Amanda Schwengel

Scholarship for displaced Aurarians expands

Eligibility for free college tuition has been extended to include all direct descendants of residents displaced from their homes when the Auraria Campus was constructed decades ago.

Aerial-videography company Angel Hawk deploys drones to film high school football games. Photo by Amanda Schwengel

Drones find new fans: high school football coaches

WATCH: Aerial-videography company Angel Hawk provides athletics programs across the state with a bird’s-eye view of teams' action.

What started as an experiment quickly turned into a successful social media advocacy platform for walking artist Jonathon Stalls, who is using a TikTok account, @pedestriandignity, to bring attention to people who have no choice but to “walk or roll” as their means to get around Denver. Photo by Alyson McClaran

Walking the walk (on TikTok)

Longtime artist and advocate for pedestrian-friendly communities hits his stride with the upstart social-media platform.

Ghost of La Llorono. Shutterstock illustration.

Why do we love ghoulish stuff?

It seems our fascination with things that go bump in the night is stronger than ever. Plus: Six spooky spots to visit in Denver.

The Great Resignation has prompted many Americans like Ree Varcoe to leave longtime jobs in search of more meaningful work in mental health counseling. Photo by Alyson McClaran.

Changing careers to change lives

The Great Resignation has prompted many Americans to leave longtime jobs in search of more meaningful work in mental health counseling.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a widespread and devastating impact on Colorado Latinos, according to a new statewide survey that underscores racial disparities in infection, death and vaccination rates in Colorado. It also highlights significant economic hardships that the state’s Hispanic community has suffered.

Colorado Latinos hit hard by Covid-19

A large statewide survey provides a startling view of the hardships that Hispanic communities have suffered during the pandemic.

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