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May

Animation Festival brings academics to life

Colorado Mesa’s graphic design students wrapped up a year of hard work on May 10 at the annual CMU Animation Festival in the University Center ballroom. Facilitated by Professor of Graphic Arts Carolyn Quinn-Hensley and senior students ...

WCCC receives $2.5 million TAACCT grant

Western Colorado Community College will soon launch six intensive, 16-week certificate programs as part of an initiative to re-train and employ military veterans, their spouses and individuals who are unemployed due to their employer moving ...

Festival to benefit Maverick Club student-athlete scholarship fund

The Maverick Club will host the third annual Grand Valley Beer Festival, presented by Fisher’s Liquor Barn, May 18, from 1-5 p.m. on the University Center’s terrace. Featuring over 100 beers from more than 50 breweries, the ...

ASG spring election results

Associated Student Government election season is over and the winners have been determined. Ariel Diamond and Ashley Pulido won the election and will serve as President and Vice President for the 2013-14 academic year. Nicholas Powell was elected ...

Beneficiaries need checkups, too

Financially well individuals are aware of their financial situation and manage it wisely. To improve your financial wellness, it may be time to dust off the beneficiary form you completed when you started saving in your workplace retirement plan ...

When cells talk, McQuade listens

Growing up on a farm, Kyle McQuade spent a lot of time thinking about biology, considering the way things grow and how they’re affected by the environment. As an associate biology professor at Colorado Mesa, he teaches science the way ...

Department of Theatre Arts announces summer season

The Department of Theatre Arts has announced selections for the second summer season of Mesa Repertory Theatre (MRT). The season runs for three weekends June 13-29. This year, MRT will present the musical Altar Boyz, the comical Complete History ...

GSA promotes diversity on campus and beyond

Christy Morris, GSA Vice President 2012-13 and Casey Sadahiro, GSA President 2012-13 Last month, a remarkable thing happened. The first active male athlete from one of the major American professional team sports came out as gay. The sports world ...

SHRM takes sixth in regional conference

Student Human Resource Management (SHRM) club members Laura Allen, Chelsea Knoll and Luke Jackson attended the SHRM Southwest Central Regional Student Conference in Austin, Texas April 19-20. The team took sixth place in a case study competition ...

Commencement brings joy — and a few jitters

This year, Colorado Mesa University will award approximately 1,050 degrees to more than 950 graduating students. On May 18, members of the class of 2013 will cross the stage in Stocker Stadium to applause from friends, family and supporters. The ...

Women's Study Group hits the ground running

Chari Capps, Ryan McConnell, Ariel Diamond,  Amy Hollingsworth and Brenna Bishop are the association’s co-founders and executives. Last fall, Ariel Diamond and Brenna Bishop were in a group of Colorado Mesa students touring ...

Earn Merit Award & Michrina Scholarship

Recognizing the academic achievements obtained by students after they begin college is an important step in CMU’s mission to make higher education an attainable, accessible experience for students, according to John Marshall, Vice ...

Mavericks wrap up the spring season with honors

After becoming the 2013 RMAC regular season champions, the Mavericks hosted the RMAC Baseball Tournament May 8-10 at Suplizio Field. The team fell in the championship game to the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves, 7-5. The Mavs forced the ‘if ...

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