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This is what democracy looks like

Highlights from a webinar on campus demonstrations and empowering students to speak their minds while maintaining a safe, respectful environment.

Breakfast of champions

Tickets are now available for the MLK Peace Breakfast and there is still time to nominate a deserving student or colleague for the Peace Award. 

Nuestros Destinos: (Re)Claiming Space, Identity, Power

Symposium to highlight contemporary Manifest Destiny and gentrification in Denver’s Latino communities.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Awards

Nominate a member of the MSU Denver community for the 2017 MLK Peace Awards by November 11.

Class on a rooftop, or along a clean, available wall

Community Painting course allows art students to study and create the murals of Denver.

MSU Denver opens doors to its most diverse student population yet

Annual fall census shows a 4.7 percent growth in diverse students, 7.4 percent for Latino students.

Making an impact

Luis Torres to receive the Cesar Chavez Leadership Hall of Fame award from the Denver Public Library this Saturday, Sept. 10.


MSU Denver student Cristian Solano appointed to the White House It’s On Us Student Advisory Committee.

Inside the Cabinet

The July 5 President’s Cabinet meeting focused on implementing changes to the University’s shared governance plan and proposed revisions to the FRIP and TOP hiring documents.

Special assistance

MSU Denver welcomes Velveta Golightly-Howell and Esther Rodriguez to the President's Office.

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