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I.D.E.A. Program by the Numbers*

 

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Presidential Fun Facts, 2003-2011

 

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Laura Hershey ’83: A Determined Spirit

Laura Hershey ’83 was an acclaimed poet, essayist and artist, a passionate advocate and activist, an enthusiastic world traveler, and a loving friend, partner, and mother. Her 20-page curriculum vitae is stuffed with accomplishments. And she did it all from a wheelchair. At 2, Hershey was diagnosed with a form of muscular dystrophy but packed…

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Barefoot in the Park: CC Runners Shun Shoes and Help Launch a Movement

When Michael Sandler ’93 first took off his running shoes, he didn’t expect to help start a revolution. In fact, he just wanted to see if it would help him heal from injuries sustained in a serious accident. In spring 2006, Sandler was rollerblading on a Boulder bike path when he suddenly swerved to avoid…

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Scientific Collaboration Yields Positive Results for Students and Faculty

Teaming up for investigative research, Colorado College faculty and students are making valuable contributions to science while expanding their educational experience. “The joy of science is really in doing it,” said Neena Grover, associate professor and chair of CC’s department of chemistry and biochemistry, about why she consistently mentors undergraduates in her laboratory. Grover said,…

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Achieving Our Vision by the Numbers

 

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