MSU Denver Insider (Arts )

2017
November
13,
2017
Award-winning author joins Mayor Hancock for conversation on race as part of Denver Talks initiative. ...
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November
06,
2017
From firefights in Afghanistan to funerals in Colorado, this student-veteran and combat photographer captures moments in military life. ...
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November
02,
2017
From music to sports or anything else, here are top bets to help you better the practice… of practice. ...
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October
31,
2017
Halloween is often the day most closely associated with the dead, but another celebration has a much deeper meaning. ...
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October
31,
2017
English professor (and fright fanatic) Christina Angel names some ghoulish dudes you wouldn’t want to meet in a dark alley. ...
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October
30,
2017
How a dance student turned the tragedy that left him blind into a haunting and beautiful ballet performance. ...
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October
26,
2017
As a forensic anthropologist, Christine Pink helps build cases against the accused. Her recent work, however, could help build a case for sainthood.   ...
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October
17,
2017
An engine for the city’s creative life, the Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry redefines applied interdisciplinary work. ...
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October
03,
2017
Southern Poverty Law Center representative discusses how modern extremist views take root – and what to do about it. ...
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August
28,
2017
How do you win an international award for a debut novel? Here's alumna Jessica Thummel's success story.  ...
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August
24,
2017
How did Troy Walker go from a 1.9 GPA to law school and a break-out career in comedy? He stopped by for a Coffee Break to clue us in. ...
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August
08,
2017
As solar-eclipse fever is sweeping the nation, here's a look at why it’s a big deal now – and why it has been for millennia. ...
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July
27,
2017
Psychologist Travis Heath dishes on young rosters, avoiding slumps and whether the team can make a second-half run. ...
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July
20,
2017
Student taps personal experiences to guide refugees into their new lives.  ...
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July
12,
2017
For Marialuisa Burgos, harnessing the power of community-based performance has opened a window to the world. ...
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July
10,
2017
Sci-fi film series explores the science of how imagination takes flight into other dimensions. ...
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July
07,
2017
Our English faculty round up statewide hidden gems to route your writerly summer road trip. ...
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June
22,
2017
Looking for some great books for the season? We’ve got you covered with these picks from one of our English department experts. ...
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June
21,
2017
Summer semester mural-painting class allows students to collaborate and brighten a campus building. ...
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June
05,
2017
What does a song look like? Students stretch their perceptions through the synesthetic study of ‘Sight Sound Syntax.’ ...
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May
03,
2017
Veronica Barela is tough. She’s determined. And as a savvy community-builder, she knows how to get things done. ...
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April
24,
2017
For Roadrunner artists, the chance to display their work for legislative leadership is a Capitol achievement. ...
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April
21,
2017
In observance of Earth Day, we spotlight an MSU Denver theatre ensemble changing lives, one drop at a time. ...
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March
10,
2017
English Professor Cynthia Kuhn just released her latest mystery novel; her debut was recently nominated for a major award. ...
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March
10,
2017
Industrial design students debut concepts for a better rain barrel, compete for cash prizes on March 15. ...
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February
24,
2017
Yeeeee-haa! To mark the 100th anniversary of the legendary frontiersman’s death, marketing professor Darrin Duber-Smith looks at the man behind the legend. ...
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February
23,
2017
Recent statewide mariachi workshop and concert celebrate the music of families and educational opportunity. ...
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January
31,
2017
Through experiential opportunities in a contemporary arts community, the CVA proves curation is an art in itself. ...
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January
23,
2017
Organized as an offshoot of the Washington march, the Women’s March on Denver had thousands of participants. ...
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January
23,
2017
We asked the chair of the music department to give some context on the convergence of music and politics. ...
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