April 2010 Issue
The Crestone Peaks rise over a herd of grazing bison on the Medano Ranch, in the San Luis Valley, Colo. The photo was taken by Stephen Weaver, CC's technical director of geology, and is featured on this year's State of the Rockies Report Card and poster. See story here.
Eighteen CC alumni, spouses, and family members participated in a journey to Antarctica led by CC Geology Professor Christine Siddoway, who has been conducting geological research in Antarctica for more than 20 years.
The Year of the Tiger has arrived. As we said goodbye to one of the most challenging years in memory, we look forward to seeing what 2010 has in store, both personally and for Colorado College.
Woolsey became the chair of the CC Board of Trustees in May 2009; she was recruited to join the board at a parents' event in the mid-1990s.
Fred Sondermann is a legendary name at Colorado College. He taught political science at CC from 1953 until his death in 1978. Those on campus during that time were fortunate to have known him; those who came later were aware of his lasting influence.
You've seen the bumper stickers, or the t-shirts: "I am a liberal arts graduate. Would you like fries with that?" While we believe the value of a liberal arts education is self-evident, two programs at Colorado College are helping to ensure that students move successfully into postgraduate projects and careers — the Public Interest Fellowship Program and the Transitions Fellowship Program.