MSU Denver awards associate’s degrees to stopped-out students

Lisa Johnson, a 59-year-old grandmother of six, was “overwhelmed” when she learned she would receive a her degree. “I was…

Students have until July 1 to fill out the FAFSA for fall aid

Last fall, the U.S. Department of Education released a simplified Free Application for Federal Student Aid form intended to make…

Pipeline program guides low-income students to a college degree

First-generation college students from low-income backgrounds face unique hurdles in navigating the academic expectations and red tape that are part…

President’s Award winner blazes his own trail

Gabriel Trujillo knows about journeys, and not just because commuting from his home in Colorado Springs to Metropolitan State University…

Career hub connects college grads to the industries that need them most

Few things are more anxiety-provoking for college students than the question of how to translate their educational achievements into meaningful…

Hospitality industry stalwarts serve Colorado’s health care needs with $10 million gift

A Colorado couple known for decades of success in the hospitality industry is also making a mark on the future…

Cleo Parker Robinson’s legacy to be honored at MSU Denver

Growing up during the Jim Crow era, Cleo Parker Robinson learned not to take her freedom for granted. Parker Robinson,…

Forgotten film rises from the dead

You’ve got to admit, there’s a certain irony to a vampire film coming back from the dead. For decades, it…

Newly purchased space gives young musicians a place to call home

Paloma Ress is experiencing something of a full-circle moment these days. A second-year Music major at Metropolitan State University of…

Infrastructure bill takes aim at Colorado’s shortage of health care workers

Editor’s note: On May 1, Gov. Jared Polis signed HB24-1231 into law. The State Funding for Education Projects Act allocates…

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