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The Opening of Marquez Hall Crowns a Year of Bests

A record year in giving, highest-ever SAT scores for an incoming class, more research funding than in any previous year, on-campus recruiting reaching an all-time high, new athletic achievements, and an unprecedented pace of new construction: At the start of its 138th year, Mines can lay claim to a remarkable list of accomplishments.

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Campaign Stops

President Obama spoke to a crowd in Lions Park on September 13, just minutes from the Mines campus. The event took place a few hours before a Romney campaign event a half-mile away in downtown Golden headlined by Mitt...

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CSM Foundation Maximizes Support for Mines

Each year, the CSM Foundation provides approximately $12 million in private support for the university, one-third of which comprises funding made available through the Mines endowment. During fiscal year 2011, the endowment grew in total value from $166 million to $196 million.

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Guy T. McBride Jr.

Guy Thornton McBride Jr., the 12th president of Colorado School of Mines (1970-1984), died March 21, 2011, at the age of 91. Guy was born in Austin, Texas, in 1919. He earned a degree in chemical engineering from the University...

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What Is a Mines Degree Worth?

Colorado School of Mines was ranked first among public institutions for 30-year net return on investment for graduates who paid in-state tuition, and second int he same category for graduates who paid out-of-state tuition.

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Students Design Award-Winning Sound Wall

Mines engineering students designed an award-winning sound-wall that has reduced traffic noise from Sixth Avenue as their Senior Design project. Their project began in 2008, and after construction was completed last spring, the project won the 2010 City of Lakewood Community Sustainability Award for its use of 3,330 recycled tires.

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