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Posts from the August 2011 issue

Athletics Briefs

Perkins, Grossinger Named Top Senior Athletes Emily Perkins ’11 and Tom Grossinger ’11 were named recipients of the annual Laura Golden and Van Diest Awards as CC’s top female and male student-athletes among this year’s graduating class. Perkins, a middle blocker on the volleyball team, is one of only two Tigers to earn first-team All-America…

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New Tipi Heralds NASU's Pride

For the first time ever, CC’s Native American Student Union (NASU) has a tipi, made possible by a cooperative effort across campus. “It has really brought staff and students together,” said Suzi Nishida, advisor to the group. The Arapahoe-style tipi features lodgepole pines and is 27 feet tall and 18 feet in diameter. The tipi…

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Retiring and New Faculty

We asked this year’s three retiring professors what they plan to do. Their replies: Peggy Berg drama/dance My retirement “plan” is to have no plan at all! I love the way life unfolds in unexpected ways and I have every hope that my life will continue to surprise and delight me as I enter this…

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Tigers to be Part of New Hockey Conference

In a bold move that will launch Tiger Hockey into a new era two years from now, Colorado College jointly announced with five other high-profile programs on July 13 that it will become a founding member of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference starting with the 2013–14 season. Also aligning to form the NCHC are the:…

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Worner Center, Van Briggle Exterior Undergo Developments

Worner Center, Van Briggle Exterior Undergo Improvements Two major improvement projects have been undertaken this summer at CC: a renovation of the Worner Campus Center and an enhancement of the Uintah Street entrance to the college. The Worner Campus Center, the nucleus of all campus activity, is undergoing a major renovation that will result in a more…

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