Amanda Schwengel

December 14, 2023

PHOTOS: The best of RED 2023

Take a peek at 16 of this year’s most memorable images from our award-winning photography team.

Amanda Schwengel

December 14, 2023

Neurodiverse students get hands-on training in Cybersecurity. The Denver Nuggets kickoff their latest season on the Auraria Campus.  Taekwondo classes help relieve stress and anxiety. An alumnus re-launches the wildly popular Winter Park Express ski train. The RED photographers captured these moments, and hundreds of others, throughout the past year at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Take a look back at editor’s picks for the top 16 shots of 2023.


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MSU Denver Exercise Science students Humberto Pallares, left, and Aranely Dominguez assist NeuAbility client Tyler Wesley with his exercises. Photo by Amanda Schwengel
Neurodiverse students at work in MSU Denver's Cyber Range. Photo by Alyson McClaran
Anistacia Barrak-Barber earned her Professional Water Studies Online Certificate at MSU Denver in 2018. Barrak-Barber poses for a portrait at the fountains at City Park in Denver. Photo by Alyson McClaran
During a taekwondo class at MSU Denver, Abraham Gutierrez Rodriguez, right, breaks a board held by Isaac Hoffer. Taekwondo can help students reduce stress and anxiety by practicing deep breathing, meditation and mindfulness. Photo by Polina Saran
MSU Denver Hospitality alumnus and Amtrak Winter Park Express train conductor Brad Swartzwelter welcomes skiers to the train. Photo by Amanda Schwengel
MSU Denver biology students monitor elk during a field trip to Estes Park. Photo by Polina Saran
MSU Denver junior Brian Ysasaga, an Aerospace Systems Engineering Technology major, has always had an obsession with space. Photo by Alyson McClaran
Denver mayoral candidates raise their hands to answer questions during the election’s first televised debate, hosted by MSU Denver on Feb. 16. Photo by Alyson McClaran
MSU Denver students from left to right Adamaris Hernandez, Dany Aquirre and Tania Padilla, cheer at the opening game of the Denver Nuggets verses the Los Angeles Lakers. Photo by Alyson McClaran
Mattie Smith is among a growing number of high school students participating in concurrent-enrollment programs at MSU Denver. Photo by Alyson McClaran
Call Me MISTER, now offered in Metropolitan State University of Denver’s School of Education, prepares male undergraduate students of color, especially Black men, for careers in K-12 education and aspires to cultivate “revolutionary educators.” MSU Denver student Joshua Barringer meets students at Green Valley Elementary School on Sept. 25, 2023. Photo by Alyson McClaran
MSU Denver student Jackie Schwartz reads about Egyptology with resident Jeanne Dietrich in her room at Clermont Park Senior Living Community. Photo by Alyson McClaran
Metropolitan State University of Denver’s softball team hosted the Miracle League of Denver, a nonprofit that provides children and adults living with mental and physical challenges the opportunity to play baseball, at the Assembly Athletic Complex Softball Field. Photo by Josh Geurink
MSU Denver Public Health major Angelica Marley works at Sprout City Farms harvesting vegetables. As the locality-and-communications manager at Rowdy’s Corner, Marley fosters relationships with local farmers and food suppliers to make sure there’s always a healthy variety of food on Rowdy Corner’s shelves. Photo by Alyson McClaran
Rowdy flies high on the Auraria Campus during the first week of fall classes. Photo by Alyson McClaran
MSU Denver Biology student Jason Morris observes specimens used in the vertebrate zoology lab at MSU Denver. Photo by Alyson McClaran
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