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MSU Denver students vote in new SGA members

The votes are in. MSU Denver will start the fall semester with new Student Government Assembly administration. According to a certified list presented by Naomi Bolts, chair of the election commission, Patricia Ordaz and Morgan Swaney were elected to be the new SGA president and vice president. Joseph Boss, who was a senator for the

Dr. Luis Torres was awarded a lifetime service award from Servicios de La Raza, a non-profit organization. Photo by Michael Ortiz mortiz26@msudenver.edu

Servicios de La Raza recognizes Torres with lifetime service award

Dr. Luis Torres was awarded a lifetime service award from Servicios de La Raza, a non-profit organization. Photo by Michael Ortiz mortiz26@msudenver.edu Yet another MSU Denver faculty member has been recognized for his outstanding achievements outside of Auraria. Dr. Luis Torres, the deputy provost for the university and vice president of academic affairs was awarded

Steven Zansberg explains the First Amendment

A First Amendment lawyer spoke on Auraria Campus about the importance of American rights. Steven Zansberg spoke April 15 to a group of students and faculty about the First Amendment to the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment to the United States Constitution states that “Congress shall make no law” concerning religion, free speech, the

AHEC eyes brewery comeback, Tivoli Entertainment Multiplex

The Auraria Campus is considering some big renovations. A multiplex theater, a conference center, a craft brewing location, and a taproom for the said brewery make up the three large proposed renovations for Tivoli Student Union. “Plans are in development for the proposed Tivoli Entertainment Multiplex,” said Barb Weiske, executive vice president for administration of

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