Beginning Russian to be offered in fall 2017

Fall 2017 will bring another foreign language option to the course catalogue for Colorado Mesa University students: Beginning Russian.   The class will be taught...

Build muscle while you eat

Recently I was asked, “I can’t make gains, what am I doing wrong?” “A lot of things,” I said, almost on instinct. Muscular growth is...

Independent coffee shops

There’s no doubt about it, indie is in.  Whether it’s applied to music, film or clothing, the indie label is sure to draw out...

STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Fireworks fly for Mavs this weekend

The Colorado Mesa baseball team went 3-1 this weekend in a four game series with Colorado School of Mines. The Mavericks pushed their win...
Looking to finish the regular season strong, the Colorado Mesa University women’s lacrosse team was on the road in Salt Lake City, Utah to face off against Westminster College. Coming off a game where the Mavericks put up 22...
Don’t you just love when your parents use the “back in my day” line, whenever you have the slightest complaint concerning buffering speed on a video, or how you are upset the next season of “Narcos” hasn’t arrived on...

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LATEST REVIEWS

Boeing Boeing delivers a delightful farce

The Colorado Mesa University production of “Boeing-Boeing” delivered laughs from the opening monologue until the conclusion of the curtain call. Even after the last...

LOCAL

Planning commission recommends three bills

The Grand Junction planning commission held their final meeting of April on Tuesday. On the agenda, there were three topics up for individual consideration....

District 51 ramps up suicide prevention efforts after student deaths

Two high school students committed suicide on back-to-back days at opposite ends of Mesa County. A Fruita Monument High School student, committed suicide on...

City Council grants project on Mariposa Drive

All four items in Wednesday’s Grand Junction City Council meeting passed, with the biggest discussion taking place over the project on Mariposa Drive. The...

Grand Junction votes to keep mayor but not event center

Wednesday was Grand Junction’s City Council’s first meeting for the month. The meeting took place one day following the municipal election. Highlights included Mayor...

Scholarship going to WCCC

The Quarterly Forum Scholarship was awarded to The Colorado Mesa University Foundation on Thursday at the University of Denver. This scholarship consists of $150,000...

PROF TALK

Prof Talk: Brenda Wilhelm

Where are you from? “I’m from Brookfield, Wisconsin (a suburb of Milwaukee).” Where did you attend to receive your education and degree? “BA from the University...

Beginning Russian to be offered in fall 2017

Fall 2017 will bring another foreign language option to the course catalogue for Colorado Mesa University students: Beginning Russian.   The class will be taught...

CMU housing rolling back some pricing

Colorado Mesa University students will have two cheaper options in the selection of on campus housing next semester.   Residence halls Tolman and Rait will...

Over a thousand students to graduate this spring

Every year, senior students wait in anticipation for the moment when they are handed their diploma. That moment will happen soon for graduating Colorado...

Rocky Mountain PBS hosts tour of studio

Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Service partnered with Colorado Mesa University four years ago to build two television studios, an audio production room and a...

Planning commission recommends three bills

The Grand Junction planning commission held their final meeting of April on Tuesday. On the agenda, there were three topics up for individual consideration....

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