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WSC Looking To Make Name Change

Oct 20th @ 5:20 pm

GUNNISON  -  Another college is looking toward a name change.  Western State College in Gunnison  maybe making a change.  The Daily Sentinel writes  Colorado Mesa University trustees are asking Western State College President Jay Helman to keep both schools’ interests in mind as they consider their  name change.  One of the reason Helman and the [...]

Western State Thinking About Name Change

Oct 13th @ 3:57 pm

Just a few months ago Mesa State decided on a name change for their school and came up with Colorado Mesa University.  Now Western State in Gunnison is also considering a name change.  Western State Pres. Jay Helman told the Daily Sentinel that his school is considering a name change that will likely contain a [...]

Mesa State….What??

Apr 8th @ 11:06 am

GRAND JUNCTION – Six of the possible name changes for Mesa State College have the word West or Western in them, which highly upsets Western State College in Gunnison. The Daily Sentinel says on March 18th, Western State adopted a resolution opposing any Colorado college using the terms western or west in their name.  Unfortunately, [...]

McMahill Named Division II Wrestler of the Year

Apr 4th @ 1:56 pm

GUNNISON – Western State College’s two-time national champion Donovan McMahill added another accolade to his collegiate career when he was named Division II Wrestler of the Year this morning on Takedown Radio. McMahill received seven first-place votes on the eight ballots to easily win the honor. Nebraska-Omaha’s Mario Morgan finished as the runner-up. “I think [...]

NEWS: Monday February 1, 2010

Feb 1st @ 7:09 am

Officials say two Western State College of Colorado students died in a house fire in Gunnison. Investigators are trying to determine whether the fire that killed 18-year-old Lucille Grace Causley of Harbor Springs, Michigan, and 21-year-old Adam Michael Lockard of Bethesda, Maryland, was intentionally set. The Gunnison Country Times says an initial investigation into Saturday’s [...]

NEWS: Thursday January 28, 2010

Jan 28th @ 11:50 am

The board of Western State College trustees has a new face to join the two others who were already serving on the board. Gunnison Country Times says Governor Bill Ritter appointed Noelle Hagan, former mayor of Montrose to replace Valeri Schmalz. Hagan joins reappointed Sandra Mark and Gregg Rippy. She will serve a four-year term [...]