Campus

News related to, and affecting, the campus of Colorado Mesa University.

Criterion signals move toward separating from Student Life

The Criterion has recently opened up the conversation about seeking independence from Student Life, citing potential conflicts of interest as a motivating factor. Leaving...

Students work with CMU administration to make campus more transgender friendly

Colorado law states that individuals are allowed to use the facilities, restrooms, locker rooms dormitories, etc., of the gender with which they identify or...

Criterion advisor retires after 10 years, new advisors announced

At The Criterion, like all other clubs at Colorado Mesa University, there is a faculty supervisor, called an advisor, that helps the students with...

Foster does not expect highest marks from HLC visit

In the last few weeks, students may have been aware of an increase in surveys on campus and emails with subject lines like “16...

Your week on campus (1/22-1/28)

Heads up, what events are going on this week on the Colorado Mesa University campus?  What you need to participate in this week: Mavericks, this...

New monument sign signifies increasingly defined campus

A new monument sign was put up over Christmas break at 12th Street and Walnut Avenue near the Health Sciences Building. The new monument...

The ultimate list of CMU events for spring 2018

Games, concerts, events, oh my! Spring semester has taken off with a Winter Welcome week full of events. Now, looking forward to the rest...

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