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MSU Denver seniors Lindsey Erickson, left, and Ryland Dominguez answer questions and phone calls at the IT department from students regarding the university switching student email accounts from Google Mail to Microsoft 365. Photo by Alyson McClaran • amcclara@msudenver.edu

IT: Email switchover confusing, but needed

IT: Email switchover confusing, but needed

MSU Denver seniors Lindsey Erickson, left, and Ryland Dominguez answer questions and phone calls at the IT department from students regarding the university switching student email accounts from Google Mailto Microsoft 365. Photo by Alyson McClaran • amcclara@msudenver.edu MSU Denver Information Technology Services’ migration of student, faculty and staff emails to a unified Microsoft Office

Map information compiled from The Denver Post. Colorado shooting information from The Denver Post and Westword.

Homeroom History X

It’s unpredictable, undeniable and has tragically become a part of our culture. School-based violence is on the rise and the resulting fear is becoming a new normal. Since the middle of January, there have been five incidences of school-related violence in the U.S. Jan. 17 at South Carolina State University a student was shot and

Hickenlooper signs ASSET at MSU Denver

History was made in Colorado April 29 when Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the ASSET bill into law. And he chose MSU Denver to do it. Hundreds of tuition-equity advocates filled the Student Success Building lobby and cheered for the Advancing Students for a Stronger Economy Tommorow bill, which will allow undocumented students to receive in-state

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MSU Denver remembers Ghawi

As the Colorado community attempts to recover from the impact of the Aurora shooting, MSU Denver has been working to cope with the loss of student Jessica Ghawi. On her blog, the 24-year-old aspiring sports broadcaster described herself as “not your typical sarcastic, feisty redhead attempting to perfect the trifecta of class, sass and crass.

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