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        Here comes the Weather Titan and Storm catchers !!!

 

How do we effect the water in our lives and how does this water affect us?

How do we effect the water in our lives and how does this water affect us?

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.
 

Kylie Kirkham

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The Ute Indians celebrate a dance called the Bear Dance.

  Today, July 20, 2017, youth journalists got the opportunity to meet Ted Shin, an industrial Designer at Metropolitan State University.

            

Deanne Pytlinski took us on a short tour of some of the artwork at the Denver Auraria Campus Student Success Building. Outside the building were two benches made by a student. 

If you have not heard about the Pike's Peak Gold Rush, then check out this article to find out more about it.

Photography and film. Both footage of real events. There are many tricks and complications made in photography and film. The result can amaze you, but what do people like professor Amend do to make you become star struck at the result.

Journalism campers find art lurking on campus

Learning to edit video footage can be very complicated to make a great film. But you can still create amazing work with just a few easy skills. Professor Amend from Metropolitan State University shows how a few simple editing tricks can make a video clip as exciting as an action movie!

Dylan Greer

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Water pollution in Denver is becoming a major issue. We need to conservate water for future generations, but other people have different ideas.

Find out some of the history of MSU art made by students.

Grace Suchomski

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A story of two ladies working at a Nature and Science History Museum of Denver to teach 3rd, 4th, 5th, graders.
 

Technology is everywhere around the world. Whether it's looking up a question or finding directions technology is an important part of many people’s lives.

Music in the King Center was very entertaining and heart warming to listen to. Two people Guy and Laetitia (pianists) rely on the King center to become the stars they can become.
 

Chansing storms, early birding, weather predecting, just a day in the life of a meterorologist!

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.
 

The student success building in Metro State University of Denver holds many treasures, but not of gold and silver. 

Meteorologists Becky Ditchfield and Cory Reppenhagen passed down their knowledge from generations before, about Meteorology down to seven eleven year olds at Metropolitan State University in Denver for a summer camp on journalism. Maybe these few children will grow up with this knoledge and become meteoroligists as well.

The industrial design program at the Metropolitan State University in Denver offers atudents opportunities to create efficient products through problem solving.