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Crown unclaimed: Triplicate drought nears four decades

Crown unclaimed: Triplicate drought nears four decades

Photo courtesy of When California Chrome broke from the starting gate at the 146th Belmont Stakes, the three-year-old colt was going to be 12th or 13th in history. Chrome’s fate became unlucky number 13 as Tonalist, who didn’t run in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, won the Belmont. Since 1978, when Affirmed

Op Ed: Metro already a national title contender

For back-to-back seasons, Roadrunner basketball has elevated its status to become the pinnacle of sports here at Metro State. But also in back-to-back seasons, the Runners have fallen one step short of the ultimate goal of bringing a national title back to Denver. Last year was a season that could have gone down in history

Realizing and Remembering

The Saturday before Memorial Day is Decoration Day for the Sanelli family. I rarely attended the family decoration day when I was younger, choosing to sleep in on those Saturday mornings rather than spend time with my family at the cemetery. But as the years wore on, I started going. Being the youngest of the

Farewell, Uncle Gary

I found a mentor my first semester at MSU Denver. I was sitting in the front row of intermediate reporting when my professor walked in. A smallish, balding man, he looked and sounded like 30 years of beat reporting. He was gruff and unsmiling. He started class by asking if students knew who their advisors

Letter to the editor: “‘Vagina Monologues’ feel like a trap”

Letter to the editor As a member of the cast of this year’s production of “The Vagina Monologues”, I am admittedly biased toward any reviews of the play last Friday night. But I am not writing this letter to argue that the opinions of the journalist who wrote the piece “‘Vagina Monologues’ feel like a