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Dec
06
2012

Renewable energy lessons from the real world

As it’s often said, the real world can be the best classroom. That’s precisely the idea behind an assignment students in Teaching Professor Chuck Stone’s ENGY 320 Renewable Energy course received: to individually design their own field trips to News
Nov
16
2012

Castle of Cans collects more than two tons of food

The 9th Annual Castle of Cans Food Drive at Colorado School of Mines collected more than two tons of food for needy families, Nov. 14. Fourteen student organizations donated 4,239 pounds of food to be donated to 39 families in the Colorado School of News
Nov
01
2012

Mines student musicians perform at the Vatican

Set in one of the world’s most important cultural epicenters, the city that gave rise to artistic paragons from Michelangelo to Rossini, stands a musician’s dream venue: St. Peter’s Basilica.  It’s known for its acoustic awesomeness; orchestra News
Oct
30
2012

$5M gift boosts underground construction program

A 1976 alumnus has contributed $5 million to Colorado School of Mines to support the university’s Underground Construction and Tunneling Program and to provide scholarships for undergraduate students. Of the total funding, $4.5 million was News
Oct
29
2012

Mines engineering students to build rural bridge in Nicaragua

The Colorado School of Mines student chapter of Engineers Without Borders-USA has raised more than $15,000 to fund the construction of a bridge in Nicaragua. The bridge project, located in the Carazo region, connects a rural community with access to News
Oct
09
2012

Mines students take global championship in PetroBowl

More than 30 universities gathered during the Society of Petroleum Engineers' Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 8-10. At the conference the universities competed in the PetroBowl, in which the Colorado School of News
Oct
01
2012

Mines' outstanding students compete in and out of the classroom

“The fact that success can be measured down to the hundredth of a second is perfectly aligned with being a Mines student,” says Colorado School of Mines swimmer Michaela McNiff, whose major is chemical and biochemical engineering. She’s right. Mines News

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