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  • Fireworks & Bonfire - Saturday April 10, 2010

    Fireworks and a bonfire are always a fitting end to E-Days Click through for slideshow ...
  • Senior Class Giving

    Recently, seniors in all the departments on campus have competed to be the most philanthropic on campus, raising $9,043.11 for their departments and $453 for the Mines Fund.The departments were split into two groups: Heavyweights, those with more than 35 ...
  • MGMT's Congratulations doesn't quite live up to hype

    Brooklyn duo MGMT's 2008 album Ocular Spectacular took the airways by storm with songs like the Grammy-nominated single "Kids". The group's psychedelic feel, coupled with it's pop-dance sensibilities, were the perfect combination for their up-beat and ori...
  • Leadership class helps out Mines organizations

    Courtesy Peters Photography Throughout this semester, the leadership class has accepted and reviewed 36 grant proposals from student organizations on campus, to find those most deserving of some additional capital, provided by several ge...
  • Climbing team reaches new heights

    Courtesy CSM Climbing Team Across two months, five competitions, and two states, the Colorado School of Mines Rock Climbing team has blown away the competition, with members sweeping the top three positions overall for the women, and the m...
  • Response to Tim's Two Cents

    Every Saturday, I sit in front of my computer and edit most (I strive for all) of the articles of the paper so that they can be placed error-free on Sunday. This process is fairly straightforward, and I get a fair amount of enjoyment from reading each of ...
  • Music Review: KVDU Live, Volume 1

    In-studio radio performances are often reserved for those few who possess the following: a radio/internet stream and enough sense of memory to actually tune in. I can name more than a few occasions where I have earnestly intended to hear my favorite bands...
  • Pi Mile Fun Run

    Kappa Mu Epsilon (KME) and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) hosted the first annual Pi Mile Fun Run last Sunday. Participants completed a 3.14 mile course while learning facts about Pi written on the pathways. Almost 50 people sho...
  • Pac-Man chomps through Kafadar

    {gallery}0910/i24/pacman/{/gallery}Zach Boerner / Oredigger ...
  • Women's softball challenges Chadron State

    {gallery}0910/i24/softball/{/gallery}Steven Wooldridge / Oredigger ...
  • Mines baseball plays Regis in doubleheader

    {gallery}0910/i24/baseball/{/gallery}Steven Wooldridge / Oredigger ...
  • Scientific discoveries this week: 4-27-2010

    Catalonia, Spain - Fossils of an ancient primate, which separated from the primate evolutionary tree immediately before homonids and Old World monkeys, have been found in Spain. The fossils are believed to come from the first group of ape-like creature...
  • Leaders' Colloquium: Modern problem solving

    "You've probably heard this over and over," said management guru Adlar Comfort at last Thursday's Leaders' Colloquium, "but you guys are the future. You, and the rest of your generation, are responsible for how the world turns out over the next few decade...
  • Geek of the Week: Pete Harmon, Junior, Metallurgy

    Dan Haughey / Oredigger Do you consider yourself a geek? No, I would say nerd though because geek is more insulting than nerd is. Geek is someone that you just don't want to be around, they have volcano zits all over their face and they sno...
  • Men's golf finish strong at RMAC Championship

    The Colorado School of Mines men's golf team closed out their Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) competition last week with a tie for sixth at the RMAC Spring Championship in Florence, Arizona. The young Oredigger team, consisting of two freshmen a...
  • Athlete of the Week: Mark Husted, Senior, Track

    Trevor Crane / Oredigger Earlier this year, Head Track Coach Art Siemers referred to distance runner Mark Husted as the ideal Colorado School of Mines Athlete. Siemers was impressed with Husted's work ethic and rise from anonymity. Unlike m...
  • Minds at Mines: Taking a break

    Finals may be just around the corner, but no one ever mentions that that corner is actually a humongous intersection with pedestrians, emergency vehicles, bikers, stop lights, and the whole enchilada. Before the end of the semester, there are still a myri...
  • What's your beef?

    I think it is ridiculous that the Slate cafe wants to charge me a meal swipe to come get a glass of milk when each meal cost over $6 especially if you have a different meal plan, it's bad enough the food is generally low quality for such a high price but ...
  • Tim's Two Cents: Live Well, Finish Well

    Springtime always gets me. I don't know if it's the sunshine or the greenery, but my mind always begins to wander and I tend to become more philosophical. This year, in particular, has been a bold mixture of sobering and exciting. I have learned more than...
  • Beer Review: The Denver microbrew tour

    Kevin Lock / Oredigger The Denver Microbrew Tour may very well be the best thing you've never done in downtown Denver. Only in operation for the last nine months, the tour is still in its infancy but is becoming more popular by the week. Tr...
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