August 2010 Issue
About the cover:
A lone sombrero added a festive tone to Colorado College's 129th Commencement ceremony, held on Monday, May 17. Wade Davis P'10, anthropologist, ethnobotanist, and explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society, addressed the Class of 2010. Photo by Tom Kimmell. See more commencement photos here.
Colorado College welcome its new 2010-11 tenure-track faculty.
The ombudsman provides an informal, confidential, independent, neutral, off-the-record alternate channel of communication for faculty and staff to resolve workplace issues, and works to ensure that all members of the community are treated equitably.
These are students in the truest sense – lifelong learners. They are alumni, parents, and friends who return in droves to CC's Freedom and Authority class at Homecoming and Parents Weekend.
Associate Professor John Gould discusses creating a safe place for courageous questions in the liberal arts classroom.
Between the academic demands of the rigorous Block Plan, collegiate sports, and down time with friends, there are few hours left in a day for Colorado College students. But many make room for volunteer commitments.
Ellis U. Butler Jr. ’40 was one of the earliest African-American students to attend and graduate from Colorado College. With his passing in 2009, Butler left a legacy to CC that will benefit students for years to come.