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April

From the president

No more pencils. No more books. No more teacher’s dirty looks. So goes the traditional children’s rhyme marking the beginning of summer. You may think that school’s almost out for summer and, for some of you, it may ...

Scholarship fund established in memory of slain officer

The Western Colorado Peace Officers Academy (WCPOA) at Western Colorado Community College and Crimes Stoppers of Mesa County are raising money for the Derek Geer Memorial Scholarship Fund. The scholarship was established in honor of Mesa County ...

Eighth Annual Domestic Violence Prevention Academy

The Eighth Annual Domestic Violence Prevention Academy presented by the Mesa County Domestic Violence Task Force and Colorado Mesa University started on Monday, April 25. The two-day multi-disciplinary conference is designed for law enforcement ...

CMU Innovation Week kicked off with MavTalks

Human progress starts with innovation -- new ways to see, think, solve. Colorado Mesa University takes the lead by bringing together the thinkers, researchers, and do-ers behind tomorrow's new ideas. Students, educators and the general public are ...

CMU business students target childhood hunger

Business Honor Society students joined forces with the Kids Aid Backpack Program to raise awareness and funds as well as collect peanut butter that will be distributed to children in Mesa County. A week of activities kicked off April 18, ...

Spring Sports Recap

As the weather warms up in the Grand Valley, so have the athletic programs at Colorado Mesa University. The softball team has been nearly unstoppable this season. The Mavericks dropped the first conference game of the season, but ...

Spring Into Dance features work by guest choreographer David Taylor

CMU will present its annual "Spring Into Dance" on April 22 & 23 in the Moss Performing Arts Center Robinson Theatre. CMU's dance concerts are an exciting blend of dance styles. From high energy hip hop to thought provoking modern and ...

CMU welcomes final guest artist of 2015-2016 music season

On Monday, May 2nd at 7:30pm, the Department of Music will host guest trombonist Steve Wiest in a concert with Jazz Ensemble and the jazz choir, Vocal Chords. The concert will take place in the Moss Performing Arts Center's Robinson Theatre and ...

New CMU report reviews groundwater and streamflow studies

A new report published by the Hutchins Water Center promises to be a valuable resource for those interested in the interactions between groundwater and streamflows in the region. Understanding these dynamics is essential for understanding how ...

A history of success

Nearly a half century ago, a group of Wayne Aspinall’s Grand Valley friends decided to honor one of the most influential politicians to ever represent Colorado. Aspinall, a longtime Congressman known as “Mr. A” to ...

Field of Flags dedication kicks off Holocaust Awareness series

Assistant Professor Vince Patarino consecrated the Field of Flags with the reading of the poem “Mothers Sing a Lullaby” by Susan Nalugwa Kiguli, an internationally recognized Ugandan poet and literary scholar. Dedication of ...

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