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Marc Rabinoff, Professor Emeritus of human sport and performance at MSU Denver, fires a .45 caliber handgun at the Centennial Gun Club Aug. 29. Rabinoff is assisting the gun club in offering free concealed carry classes to Denver metro area educators. Photo by Steve Musal • smusal@msudenver.edu

Retired professor aims to arm K-12 teachers

Retired professor aims to arm K-12 teachers

Marc Rabinoff, Professor Emeritus of human sport and performance at MSU Denver, fires a .45 caliber handgun at the Centennial Gun Club Aug. 29. Rabinoff is assisting the gun club in offering free concealed carry classes to Denver metro area educators. Photo by Steve Musal • smusal@msudenver.edu When talking about citizens who carry concealed weapons,

Dee Funkhouser discusses labor trends, resume construction, job seeking and vari- ous other topics with MSU Denver alumni Aug. 27 in the Tivoli.
Photo by Michael Ortiz • mortiz26@msudenver.edu

Colorado labor manager speaks to MSU Denver alumni

Dee Funkhouser discusses labor trends, resume construction, job seeking and various other topics with MSU Denver alumni Aug. 27 in the Tivoli. Photo by Michael Ortiz • mortiz26@msudenver.edu Dee Funkhouser, manager of training and outreach at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, presented Metropolitan State University of Denver alumni with labor market information for

Students walk outside the Student Success Building. The building’s air conditioning system has proved inadequate, and is scheduled to be augmented by a supplemental system by July 2015. Photo by Alyson McClaran • amcclara@msudenver.edu

New AC to come for Student Success Building… in 2015

Students walk outside the Student Success Building. The building’s air conditioning system has proved inadequate, and is scheduled to be augmented by a supplemental system by July 2015. Photo by Alyson McClaran • amcclara@msudenver.edu A fully functional cooling system in the Student Success Building enters its second year. As the MSU Denver Facilities Planning team

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Auraria Higher Education appointed Micheal Phibbs as Chief of Auraia Police Department. Photo by Phillip Poston • pposton1@msudenver.edu

Interview with Michael Phibbs, new chief of Auraria Police Department

Michael Phibbs was appointed chief of the Auraria Police Department. Photo by Philip Poston • pposton1@msudenver.edu After a nationwide search, the Auraria Higher Education Center appointed Michael Phibbs as chief of the Auraria Police Department. Phibbs joined ACPD on Aug. 11, 2014. Phibbs brings with him 20 years of experience, and, as a graduate of the University

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