Categories
Mines News News

On Labor Day, Mines RA Helped Rescue Injured Woman

On Labor Day, one Mines student stepped in to help the Golden community in a harrowing rescue. Officers Dennis King and Thomas Hoak of the Mines Police Department were dispatched to aid an injured woman near the Clear Creek footbridge by Highway 6. The injured woman was in pain and not able to place any […]

Categories
Mines News

Mines Alum Completes Long Journey to U.S. Citizenship

As Mines students returned to school at the end of August, one Mines alum celebrated the culmination of a long and difficult process. Dr. Guillermo Dante Ramirez Rodriguez and his wife, Martha Lorena Renteria, were granted United States citizenship at Rocky Mountain National Park on Wednesday, August 10th. Dante received his PhD in Mining Engineering […]

Categories
Mines News News

Inside Energy: The Future of Energy Policy

Energy and energy economics have always been at the core of institutional specialty here at Mines. Colorado is a widely varied area of energy production and consumption, which makes it a unique place to research the effects of energy policies, some of which have been in place for over a century. On Thursday, September 8th, […]

Categories
Mines News

TEAM-UP Program: Get Your Teaching Degree at Mines

Engineering is not for everyone. Not every student who walks onto the CSM campus falls in love with the rigorous, highly technical, and difficult job of engineering. But what do students do if they are at Mines and come to the realization that engineering may not be right for them? In the fall of 2015, […]

Categories
Opinion

Power(ful) Suits

Each September, I blindly wander around a commercialized mecca to locate the perfect career day outfit. My intimidation is great. I outsource all fashion choices to a most trusted advisor–my mother. Together, we struggle to craft an image that will project professionalism, confidence, and a flare of eccentricity simultaneously. Each year I dream of a […]

Categories
Community Spotlight Music

Denver Music Scene: Overslept

The local music scene in Denver can be extremely hit or miss, though there are a few diamonds in the rough. One such band is Overslept. With extremely clever and meaningful lyrics that feel as though they are being absorbed directly by the heart, Overslept is one of the few bands with listeners that cannot […]

Categories
Community Spotlight

Golden Farmer’s Market: Fresh Food, Good Company

Every Saturday, Golden residents and vendors from across Colorado gather together in the parking lot next to the Golden Library to enjoy the Golden Farmer’s Market. The Golden Farmer’s Market runs every year from the first Saturday in June until October 1st. Open from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., Golden residents and anyone else who […]

Categories
Student Organizations

Club Spotlight: CSM Pokefans

Are you crazy about Charizard? Excited about Eevee? Are you looking for a place to chat about Pokemon, play card and video games, and get to know other people just like you? Then the Pokefans club is the right place for you! John Bristow, the president of the club, Mitch Pradis, the vice president, and […]

Categories
Opinion

Life With Nick Sammons

The United States may be on its way to being free of the Zika virus. The travel ban on the Miami neighborhood with a known Zika presence has now been lifted after 45 days of no new recorded transmissions. Authorities still warn to avoid all mosquito bites in the area, but the ban has been […]

Categories
Campus Issues

Oredigger Radio, We Need to Talk

If you go to Mines you know the famous Micah, master of the omelet and all around nice guy to talk with as you drink your morning coffee. If you have spoken with him recently you will have heard of his disdain for the music playlist in Mines Market. And he is not alone. Don’t […]