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Posts from the August 2010 issue

Jane Cauvel: CC's New Ombudsperson

The ombudsman office provides an informal, confidential, independent, neutral, off-the-record, alternate channel of communication for faculty and staff to resolve workplace and learning environment issues.  It works to ensure that all members of the community are treated equitably and fairly.  The ombudsperson is neutral and does not advocate for a visitor or the institution, but…

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Class Notes: '30s, '40s, '50s

 

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Colorado College also says farewell to six retiring faculty members

Marie Daniels, Professor, Romance Languages: “I’ll be tending my garden, reading detective novels, and getting ready to greet and help mentor the new colleagues in Spanish. I’ll have an office in the emeriti house and hope to keep up my Italian and audit some art history classes. As far as CC goes, I am grateful…

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CC Welcomes New Faculty

Daniel Arroyo-Rodriguez: Instructor of Spanish Arroyo-Rodriguez comes to Colorado College from the University of Michigan, where he received his Ph.D. in Spanish literature in 2010. A native of Spain, Arroyo-Rodriguez earned his B.A. in English philology in 2000 from the Universidad de Sevilla. Arroyo-Rodriguez specializes in 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century Spanish peninsular literature and cultural…

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Class Notes: '70s

 

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Safe Classrooms: More Student Interviews

Senani Mamba ’12 Major: Biology Swaziland Q: Do you feel that CC allows students to speak freely during classes and to voice their opinions? A: I think it depends on the professor, because I have had classes where I couldn’t question the professor’s point of view. The professors point of view just had to be…

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Alumni Trustee Election Results

Thank you for your participation in the alumni trustee election for the college’s Board of Trustees. We are pleased to report that Karen Rechnitzer Pope ’70, P’04 was elected alumni trustee in a very close election in which nearly 2,200 votes were cast. Karen will serve a six-year term as an alumni trustee.

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Class Notes: '60s

 

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