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So you want to host SportsCenter?
Profile of MSU Denver alum Gary Striewski, ESPN media personality and SportsCenter host.
The zigzaggy road to Springfield
Magazine story profiling MSU Denver alumna Rebecca Totman, associate producer for long-running animated sitcom "The Simpsons."
Our Favorite Moments and Things You Missed From The 2022 Underground Music Showcase
Collectively authored piece reviewing Denver's Underground Music Showcase (responsible for Friday section).
Hello, world: AI comes to life
Is Google’s LaMDA chatbot self-aware? Computer scientists and philosophers consider the implications of what it means to be alive. Tech trend feature on sentient AI for MSU Denver RED.
Posters and prints have emerged as a contemporary component of wall decor. This piece traces the history of the form, as well as several Denver-based retailers, creators, and curators.
Food as a family legacy
Magazine story/food review profiling MSU Denver hospitality alumna who opened a family-run restaurant in Denver's Sunnyside neighborhood.
On the front lines of exploitation
In-depth feature on efforts the Colorado hospitality industry is doing to fight visible and invisible human trafficking. Interviews with community experts, faculty members and students.
Recipe: ají amarillo chicken with diosa verde
Video and written package highlighting hospitality faculty for National Grilling Month. Includes interactive recipe card (built in Infogram).
Waste not, feed more
This feature discusses food waste nationally and statewide, highlighting Denver-based efforts (Food Bank of the Rockies, Roadrunners Give Back Day, MSU Denver Food Pantry) to combat it. Contains a philanthropic call-to-action.
Who’s left out of the legal weed boom?
Panel discussion in conjunction with Rocky Mountain PBS on NOVA: The Cannabis Question featuring social equity entrepreneurs in the Denver cannabis industry. Quick-turn coverage feature in conjunction w/photo + video elements
Art is working
Explainer looking at Denver's generation of nearly $2 billion in arts and cultural activity in 2017.
Denver-based Consume & Create are more than a design studio--they're a go-to for small business creative communities. This profile covers their formation, ethos, and features several client examples.
Use your words: how to disagree constructively on a college campus
Panel coverage of bipartisan free-speech initiatives on college campuses. Featuring Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and former CO Secretary of State Wayne Williams, along with campus experts.
7 study tips for passing the test
High-traffic listicle on overcoming test anxiety, featuring MSU Denver faculty member as subject-matter expert.