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Inaugural Author Showcase features 35 Colorado Mesa faculty and staff

Riemann Surfaces and Algebraic Curves, Rogue Justice, Oil War and Onomástica e Intertextualidad were just a few of the book titles on display at the Colorado Mesa Author Showcase hosted at Tomlinson Library on Wednesday, Oct. ...

New Bravo Cabaret Series benefits Music Theatre Scholarships

CMU's Department of Theatre Arts will present a new series of cabaret performances as an opportunity for students to gain further and varied experience and to raise money for music theatre scholarships. The Bravo Cabarets are a series of concerts ...

CMU Hockey Team’s first fundraiser to benefit local cancer survivor program

With just a few days left until the big event - Pink the Rink - the Colorado Mesa University Hockey Team is 40 percent of the way to attaining its fundraising goal of $10,000 for the St. Mary’s Cancer Survivorship Program, a local ...

The newest addition to the Maverick family

What is two years old, 600 pounds and new to the Maverick family? A rusty-brown Corriente steer aptly named Rowdy, CMU’s new four-legged mascot. “We wanted to get a live mascot in hopes of boosting school spirit and starting ...

Para-cycling national championships heading to Grand Junction

Come late April 2017, there will be an influx of 450+ cyclists to the Grand Valley including 100 para-cycling riders competing in the USA Cycling Para-Cycling Road National Championships. The Greater Grand Junction Sports Commission (GGJSC) ...

Colorado Mesa's Greek life grows to four chapters

In just a few short years, Colorado Mesa University’s Greek life has grown from zero to four including two fraternities, Kappa Sigma and Theta Xi, its first sorority, Alpha Sigma Alpha, and the newest sorority added this fall, Gamma Phi ...

CMU celebrates Homecoming 2016

Grand Junction – Colorado Mesa University will kick-off a week full of activities for students and alumni on Sunday, Oct. 15, as it celebrates Homecoming 2015, presented by Bank of the West. Homecoming is a time when alumni, students, ...

Colorado Mesa University Business Students Host 6th Annual Children’s Harvest Fest

Grand Junction - Colorado Mesa University’s Future Business Leaders of America- Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) is hosting Harvest Fest for children 12 and under on Saturday, October 29, from 4:30-7:00 p.m.  The Harvest Festival ...

Homecoming Week 2016

There is only one week each year that brings students, alumni, faculty, staff, family and friends together - Homecoming. Celebrating 91 years of tradition, Colorado Mesa University continues to grow homecoming week. This year, homecoming week is ...

Colorado Mesa launches a new online well-being hub

Do you know yourself? Your strengths and weaknesses? What makes you a good student? What you can work on as an individual? The new You@CMU website can help students, faculty and staff alike explore those questions. You@CMU is a gateway to ...

Maverick Stampede takes its show on the road

Colorado Mesa’s 155-member marching band, the Maverick Stampede, is headed east for a three-day tour that will include performances in Glenwood Springs, Arvada, Lakewood, Littleton and Parker. “We are doing it for recruitment, ...

Distance Learning highlighted with week-long celebration

Colorado Mesa University, along with its Office of Distance Education and universities around the nation, will celebrate National Distance Learning Week (NDLW), Nov. 7-11, with workshops and contests for CMU faculty and students. “We ...

New faculty member to perform improvisational score in Washington DC

New faculty member and tenure track dance professor, Meredith Lyons, will travel to Washington DC October 7-9 to present an improvisational score that she developed with two other choreographers at the National Dance Educators Organization ...

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