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The lowdown on low fat

As a nutritionist, it’s in my job description to discuss what people eat, and why. Here at Colorado Mesa University, one of the most common elements among diets of health-conscious people is avoiding fat. The question is, then, is a ...

Locations of library amenities announced

Tomlinson Library will close for renovation and expansion at the end of the semester, but many of its services will still be available to students, faculty, staff and the community in locations across campus beginning Jan. 2. In December, most of ...

Fall season wraps up with honors as winter season kicks off

This month, Colorado Mesa University’s volleyball, men’s soccer and football teams all celebrated victories. Volleyball won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) regular season and tournament championships, earning the ...

Recital hall named to honor Carolyn Love

Colorado Mesa University has named its recital hall in the Moss Performing Arts Center the Carolyn D. Love Recital Hall in recognition of a substantial endowment established by the late Carolyn Love’s husband, Bill. Carolyn ...

Colorado Ute Museum director presents annual Michrina Lecture

The second annual Barry Michrina Memorial Lecture was held at Colorado Mesa University on Nov. 13. The presentation was given by C.J. Brafford, Director of the Colorado Ute Indian Museum in Montrose. Brafford is the former director of the Colter ...

Hundreds to graduate this fall

This fall, Colorado Mesa University will award approximately 600 degrees to more than 540 graduating students. On December 12, members of the class of 2014 will cross the stage in Brownson Arena to applause from friends, family and ...

Mechanical engineering students light the way

Since June, drivers on I-70 have seen something a little strange in the road. Solar-powered LED lights have replaced road reflectors on a small portion of the interstate outside of Idaho Springs. These lights are a step forward for driver safety ...

Scholarship season is on its way

The holidays usher in the season of feasts, fun and family. Sometimes we lose sight of things lurking around the corner at the start of the new year — and one of those things is scholarship season. Higher education traditionally opens ...

Dan Schultz-Ela, associate professor of mathematics

When Dan Schultz-Ela, PhD, was working as a geologist, people loved to ask him questions about rocks in their backyards. Then he transitioned into a new career. Now, when the associate professor of mathematics tells people he teaches math, ...

Theatre department falls for dance

On Nov. 21 and 22, Colorado Mesa University’s dance program will present its annual fall dance concert, Fall for Dance. The concert features a variety of dance styles — from modern and jazz to tap and contemporary. CMU faculty ...

Intensive English program brings international attention to CMU

Each year, Colorado Mesa University welcomes international students to campus. Often, these students come from English-speaking countries or have studied the language and are proficient enough to succeed in CMU classes. Occasionally, a student ...

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