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Posts from the April 2011 issue

Pamela Shipp Has Reached Her Harbor

Pam Shipp ’69 has come home. Although in some ways, she never  really left. Shipp joined the Boettcher Counseling Center in January, where she works in the same office  she had in 1985, when she had just completed her Ph.D. in counseling psychology. She currently is a part-time counselor at the center, as well as…

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Sports Briefs

Swimming and Diving Team Rewrites Record Board Led by Jordan DeGayner ’12, who was named Men’s Swimmer of the Meet after winning three individual titles, the men’s swimming and diving team posted its highest finish ever by taking third at the 2011 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championships. DeGayner broke a conference record while winning…

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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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About the April 2011 cover

Mark Fiore ’91 created this illustration of CC then and now. Fiore, whose animated political cartoons appear on, the website of the San Francisco Chronicle, won the Pulitzer Prize in 2010 for editorial cartooning. Fiore was a political science major at Colorado College. It was the first time since the category of editorial cartooning…

Issue: April 2011