Daily Archives: October 6, 2017

Odesza: A Moment Apart

In an era when it feels that anyone with a computer and some spare time can create their own music, music identity is becoming increasingly hard to create and develop. For Seattle’s own Odesza, this concept seemed to come together overnight. Through Summer’s Gone and In Return, Odesza made a name for themselves through a…

Hurricane Harvey Affects Mines Community in a Variety of Ways

While southeast Texas is hundreds of miles from Mines, Hurricane Harvey’s devastating impact hits close to home for many CSM alumni, students, and industries. Hurricane Harvey was the third hurricane of the 2017 hurricane season and was the first major hurricane (classified as a category 3 or stronger) to hit the United States since Hurricanes…

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Counseling Center Now Offering New Service: TAO

Located on the second floor of the Student Health Center, the Counseling Center provides mental health services to students. The Counseling Center provides confidential, voluntary, short-term solution-focused counseling to students at Mines. Counselors are trained and licensed and provide support to students in resolving concerns that interfere with their ability to meet daily demands. Concerns…

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New Initiative On Campus: Orediggers Connect

For many engineering students, there is a major dichotomy between university studies and life in the real world. While the academic curriculum emphasizes technical learning and problem-solving skills, engineers in industry rely upon a network of strong connections and effective communicative abilities as well. “In the working world it’s a balance of everything,” expressed Allison…

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