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Articles in "Camp"

Learn all About the King Center and its halls. 

Tyler Ramirez

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Mountain Men were people who traded the Indians and Manufacturers for items they needed and wanted ,And known for their trapping skill.
 

On July 20, 2017, a small group toured King Center to learn more about it. King Center is a beautiful building on campus at Metropolitan State University. Built in 2000, this large attraction is home to the performing arts and three stunning theatres.

     I wrote this artical about the Auraria library I hope you enjoy!!

Technology has made a great impact on those today. It is quickly getting faster and better, leaving us to wonder- "Where will it be in the future, and what will it impact?"

  Art awaits students on MSU Denver Campus

All the halls in the Kenneth King Center are stunning. With all the information on them they seem mind boggling.

 Learn about the King Academic and Performing Arts Center in this detailed article! You'll read about all of the things it contains! Take a memorable journey through the King Center!!!!

Industrial Design

All the halls in the Kenneth King Center are stunning. With all the information on them they seem mind boggling.

The historical times throughout Kings Center. An adventure behind the scenes of the theaters. 

 
Industrial Designers touch everything we see before we see it, they play a key role in our everyday lives and make everything pleasing to the eye, safe, and as useful as possible. Here is a look into metro state’s industrial design program…

An Adventure through the halls of the Kenneth King Center. Through this journey you will find the value of what theatre really means.

Going through the different halls of the King Center was not what I expected that it would be. 

From 1898 to today, the issues that plague Colorado's water supplies have been a problem for almost one hundred and nineteen years

Bailey Taylor

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Colorado is a booming state with its beautiful mountans and nice landscape. But a problem might be coming around the corner. More then 30 million people are using water from the Colorado River and there is less and less of it every day.

 Mrs. Pytlinski tells all about the design, art, and complexity included in the student success building.
 

 
The environment affects our water quality in many ways, some of them being oil spills, toxic waste, incorrectly built pipelines, corrosive water which causes pipes made out of copper to melt, and people.
 

Youth journalists explore meteorology with Becky Ditchfield and Cory Reppenhagen straight from 9 News.

        Here comes the Weather Titan and Storm catchers !!!

 

Cora Delmonico

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Holly Arnold Kidney wrestled a bear, slept with one and grew up at Bent’s Fort replica. As an adult, she still tells tales about the bear today.

Spencer Peck

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Professor Amend at Metropolitan State University of Denver teaches college students the art of video editing in journalism. 

Clara Hrouda

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Sissy the bear was a friend to everyone and influenced them at her home, the first replica of Bent’s fort.