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Posts from the December 2011 issue

Chas in Costume

The statue of Charles Leaming Tutt Jr. (“Chas”) in front of Tutt Library has been decorated and costumed by CC students and others since soon after it was installed in 1992. Thanks to the Tutt Library staff, especially Jessy Randall, curator of Special Collections, for these photos. [nggallery id=7]    

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Is Debt Bad?

Believe it or not, government debt is not always a bad thing. In fact, it is often quite the opposite. Just as private citizens and businesses often have perfectly legitimate reasons to borrow in order to finance projects that will increase their future earnings, so it is with governments. Just as individuals may need temporary…

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Homecoming and Parents Weekend 2011

Awards Ceremony At the Homecoming Convocation and Alumni Association Awards, held in Shove Memorial Chapel, President Jill Tiefenthaler and Alumni Association President Alan Harris ’77 presented the Benezet, Worner, Riley and Spirit of Adventure Awards. Recipients of the Louis T. Benezet Award for career achievement were: Susan Phillips Cohen ’66 and Marc Webb ’96. The…

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Colorado’s Poet Laureate David Mason Takes Poetry on a State-Wide Road Trip

  Whether he’s in a CC classroom or at a podium somewhere in Colorado, English Professor David Mason ’78 is sharing his love for the written word.   These days Mason may be best known for his award-winning verse novel, “Ludlow.” But this is no one-trick poet: Since July 2010, he’s been the Colorado Poet…

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Letters from Mary

The year was 1992 and it was the beginning of seven years of correspondence between Mary Chenoweth and me. Mary was the print teacher at Colorado College for more than 30 years. Mary never just sent a letter; she would always include a small paper collage print or a watercolor. I, in turn, would send…

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New Fitness Center Creates Community

Two distinctive CC student traits are a love of the outdoors and the desire to be involved in sports of all kinds. Just walk across campus on a sunny day and you will see many of the following: parked cars with bicycle and ski racks; skateboarders and bicyclists zipping across campus; students lugging hockey and…

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