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Journey to Tuzigoot - guest blog post by John Nizalowski

One of my favorite ancient sites in the American Southwest is Tuzigoot, a pueblo ruin located in Arizona’s Verde Valley. Resting atop a 120 foot limestone ridge, which provided the white stones used to construct the pueblo’s many rooms and multistory central tower, Tuzigoot stands against the sky, an outpost of time, a human landscape a thousand years old.  596 more words

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@ColoradoMesaU February 8

My daily post theme for 2017 is on Colleges and Universities.

The plan for starting my blog back in 2014 was at the urging of fellow coaching colleagues to share posts on leadership and/or motivation.  328 more words

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A powerful 5-foot-10, 290-pound football player is under investigation for a brutal and puzzling attack

A football player at Colorado Mesa University lauded for his strength has been charged with felony assault and could be expelled after police say he  broke another man’s jaw in a drunken incident. 352 more words

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Professor Disciplined For Inviting Activist

GRAND JUCTION, Colo. (AP) — Colorado Mesa University has disciplined an assistant professor who invited a political activist to recruit his students to campaign for Hillary Clinton. 125 more words