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October

Cultural Diversity Board shows its true colors

On Sept. 19, the student Cultural Diversity Board (CDB) at Colorado Mesa University held its first True Colors Run. The run was planned and implemented by the executive board of the CDB, Brittney Maglangit, J.C. Hernandez and Nicholas ...

The Maverick arrives in time for Homecoming

The Fall 2014 issue of The Maverick, Colorado Mesa University’s magazine, hits mailboxes this month. This issue explores the far-reaching consequences of the work being done through a partnership among CMU biology ...

CMU Art Gallery hosts inaugural Artist’s Talk

The Colorado Mesa University Art Gallery’s will celebrate downtown Grand Junction’s November First Friday event with an Artist’s Talk by Mai Wyn Schantz. The talk will be 6:30pm on Nov. 3 at the recently ...

Fall comedies in two theatres

The Colorado Mesa University Theatre Arts Department continues its 2014-15 season with On the Verge, by Eric Overmyer. A comedy, On the Verge tells the story of three female Victorian explorers, each with her own ...

The Mavs bring it home

It’s Homecoming 2014 and Colorado Mesa University athletics is doing the university proud. The Colorado Mesa University football team scored two touchdowns in the final two minutes to defeat Western New Mexico University 45-35 on Oct. ...

OurCMU extends giving opportunity to campus community

The end of the year is approaching and the Colorado Mesa University Foundation hopes to be foremost in people’s minds as the giving season gets underway. The foundation has launched OurCMU, an on-campus giving campaign ...

CMU Bookstore pricing an open book thanks to new software

In recent years, the Colorado Mesa University Bookstore has seen an increase in competition from off-campus bookstores, online book services, student-to-student sales and direct sales from publishers. In an effort to continue providing the best ...

Faculty Profile: Elizabeth Sharp

You’d be lucky to catch Elizabeth Sharp, PhD, taking a break. If the assistant professor of kinesiology is in her office, she’s advising students or preparing for her new role as President-Elect of ...

Tomlinson Library closes Dec. 12

The Tomlinson Library expansion and renovation began earlier this month. Due to input from the Colorado Mesa University community, the building will remain open through finals week of the fall semester, closing on Dec. 12. Most library services ...

Houston room named for professor emeritus

On Oct. 8, Houston Hall Room 205A was named in honor of Don MacKendrick, a long-time history professor at Colorado Mesa University. MacKendrick, now a professor emeritus, taught from 1956 to 1990. He served from 1977 to 1990 as dean of the ...

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