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Winning While Losing: Civil Rights, the Conservative Movement and the Presidency from Nixon to Obama Kenneth Osgood, associate professor in the Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies and director of the McBride...

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Honoring and Supporting Our Own

For those working in the energy industry in unstable countries around the world, the risk of terrorism is a daily reality. Miners who have lived with such risk would have been particularly alarmed by news of the January 16 attack on the gas plant in In Amenas, Algeria. We were also concerned.

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Darrell J. Beckley ’53

Darrell J. Beckley ’53 of Brush, Colo., died August 29, 2012. Born in 1926, Darrell served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1947. Upon his discharge, he enrolled at Colorado School of Mines, where he joined Kappa Sigma...

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Denver M. Barb ’43

Denver M. Barb ’43 of Lakewood, Colo., died June 22, 2012. Denver was born in Alton, Kan., in 1921 shortly before his family moved to Golden so that his father, Clark Barb ’25, MS ’28, could attend Mines. He...

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Gordon L. Royce ’60

Gordon L. Royce ’60 of Mobile, Ala., died September 28, 2009. A native of Durango, Colo., Gordon was born in 1938. He was in the ROTC at Mines, where he earned a professional degree in petroleum engineering, and was...

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