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Right: Tanya Gatlin, an assistant professor and MSU Denver flight team advisor, stands next to the plane she safely landed after engine failure. Photo courtesy of Tanya Gatlin

Aviation prof safely lands plane after engine fails

Right: Tanya Gatlin, an assistant professor and MSU Denver flight team advisor, stands next to the plane she safely landed after engine failure. Photo courtesy of Tanya Gatlin No one was injured when a small, single-engine propeller aircraft made an unscheduled landing in unincorporated Adams County Aug. 24. The pilot, Tanya Gatlin, is an assistant

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

Don’t get burned by heat illness: hydrate

Sarah Steele is a physician assistant at the Health Center at Auraria. Hot temperatures can pose a significant risk to student health. Therefore, it’s important to use caution during the hot summer months, particularly during exercise and exertion. The body loses heat through radiation and evaporation. Radiation of heat requires a cooler outside temperature and

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