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Also in Memoriam

Maynard F. Ayler `45, MS `63 January 5, 2009 Bartholomew P. Caruso `70 January 4, 2009 Lathrop V. Denslow `61 January 1, 1980 Charles J. Diver `52 December 1, 2008 Joseph C. DuBois Jr. `50 September 1, 2010 Jerry T. Hanks `63...

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The Global and Microscopic Community

The cover design of this issue was partly inspired by a presentation in the Arthur Lakes Library by Associate Professor John Spear MS ’94, PhD ’99, delivered long after Lisa Marshall wrote the article,...

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Half a Century of Outreach: The Peace Corps Turns 50

An assembly of service-minded individuals from Mines has pledged muscle and mind to countries cooperating with the Peace Corps over the last half-century. As the 50th anniversary of the organization recently passed, we asked some of those volunteers why they went, what they did, and how the experience has influenced their professional and personal journeys.

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Geothermal Ingenuity

The article on geothermal technology in the fall 2011 issue took me back to my experience in 1979, when I was transferred by Aminoil from the Middle East to the Geysers Field, 60 miles northeast of San Francisco, to manage their...

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Mining Omission

More than one reader pointed out that in the sidebar about the history of George R. Brown Hall in the fall 2011 issue, we inaccurately stated that Brown Hall was originally built ‘to house the newly established engineering...

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Mines Welcomes Home Alumnae

For the first time, Alumni Weekend (April 26-28) includes a reunion for all women graduates of Mines, an event that could be the largest campus reunion ever. To celebrate the tenacity and success of the school’s women...

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Mines Magazine spring 2023 cover of construction engineering students looking at blueprints on a construction site

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